Passover 2020

During a Passover Seder, four questions are asked: On all other nights, we eat chametz (leavened foods) and matzah. Why on this night, only matzah? On all other nights, we eat all vegetables. Why, on this night, maror (bitter herbs)? On all other nights, we don’t dip even once. Why on this night do we dip twice? On all […]

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He Lives

Happy Easter. May each of our journeys lead to a point at which we realize we have a Father who loves us so much He sacrificed His own son so we might never be separated from Him again. For God is love, and I can think of nothing more tragic than spending this life or […]

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day

January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The UN chose this date because January 27th, 1945 is┬áthe anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Unfortunately, in the 69 years since, hatred against Christians and Jews has become fashionable again. In predominantly Christian countries Christians are now being branded intolerant, narrow-minded, radical, and dangerous, labels […]

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April 8th, 2013

While we would like to believe that atrocities like the Holocaust– a genocide in which six million Jewish people were murdered– are a thing of the past, that’s sadly not true. Millions in the Muslim world and nations like Iran are openly calling for the destruction from the Jewish people and are close to having […]

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