What We can Learn about Jesus from God’s Tabernacle

What We can Learn about Jesus from God’s Tabernacle

The Bible nerd in me loved talking with Terry Murphy!

Terry Murphy is as much a student as she is a teacher, writer, and speaker. Her goal is to stir wonder by finding fresh ways to retell the story God’s written about himself in both his Word and his world. She’s currently a mentor for Word Weavers International.

Her devotional, A Place for Me in God’s Tent, takes the reader on a 90-day tour of Moses’ Tabernacle, showing just how welcome God makes us in his dwelling place.

You can follow her blog at https://tmurphywrites.com and visit her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/TGMurphy.

Here is a blurb of her book A Place for Me in God’s Tent:

A Place for Me in God’s Tent shows God had family in mind when He drew up His plans for the Tabernacle in the wilderness. Discover what life is like dwelling with Him as you take a step-by-step, personal tour of God’s holy habitation. In this 90-day devotional/Bible study you’ll discover how He made His tent a welcoming place for us. Use A Place for Me in God’s Tent for personal reflection or as a guide for group study. Daily readings, prayer, and “Deeper Still” segments will help you discover how the Old and New Testaments merge into a fresh revelation for today.

A Biblical Chiasm, and Why We Love Them

A Biblical Chiasm, and Why We Love Them

Gena Hood is my guest once again. She is a wonderful Bible teacher who has studied under rabbis and speaks Hebrew.

Gena and I discuss what a chiasm is and why it will help you understand Scripture better. We love them! She will take us to the latter chapters of Exodus to see a large chiasm within these chapters.

Gena Hood has her own blogging ministry at https://resplendentdaughter.blogspot.com/, as well as a program on Messianic LAMB Network, called Mishkan Katan which you can also watch on her YouTube channel.

You can follow her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HoodEduServices/.

Where can I Find God in This?

Where can I Find God in This?

Traci Rhoades is my guest today. She is a writer and Bible teacher living with her family outside of Grand Rapids, Michigan. She is the author of two books; the award-winning Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost, and Shaky Ground: What to do After the Bottom Drops Out. In her writing, she shares her journey of being spiritually curious and falling in love with her Savior, Jesus Christ, and his bride, the Church, a little more with every faith discovery.

Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tracesoffaith

Her Amazon Author Page and books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B07WSH8JWB/allbooks?ingress=0&visitId=a981ef8a-42e7-4bdc-b85f-1682245a89a5

Follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TracesOfFaithBlog

Her website: https://www.tracesoffaith.com/blog/welcome-to-traces-of-faith.html

This Child of Faith by  Sophfronia Scott and Tain Gregory 

Jesus, Anti-Semitism, and Israel

Jesus, Anti-Semitism, and Israel

My guest today is Dr. Lucille Alstine.

She is in her second year of a doctoral program at TKU (https://www.tku.edu/),
The King’s University in Southlake, Texas. In November of 2023, Lucille intends to open a Worship Center
that focuses on Messianic Judaism.

She will be teaching an online Hebrew class at Besorah Institute–https://besorahinstitute.org/classes.

Jen Rosner’s book —Finding Messiah: A Journey into the Jewishness of the Gospel

What is Churchianity?

What is Churchianity?

In today’s podcast, I talk with Luke and Kayte Abaffy. Luke is a videographer and writer. His book, The Truth: Reformation 2.0 is a lighthearted, hard-hitting apologetics resource written to equip Torah observant believers to understand and defend their faith using Scripture.

Katye Abaffy is a Certified Life Coach, who brings biblical wisdom, life-tested tools, and best friend enthusiasm to each client she serves, as she helps them do the things they’ve been meaning to do and become who they were meant to be.

Book blurb for The Truth, Reformation 2.0:

For 2,000 years, Christians taught that trying to keep the laws of the Old Testament is at worst, a blasphemous attempt to earn one’s salvation and at best, a misguided pursuit meant for Jewish people alone. Thanks to our fortunate involvement in the New Covenant, we don’t need to concern ourselves with now-symbolic food laws or the shadow-picture feasts of Leviticus 23 … or do we?

What if those laws are essential to the New Covenant and tied to the very purpose of life? What if they reveal more of Jesus’s example for us to follow? And what if the law of God is a perfect reflection of who He is, allowing us to know Him in a deeper way than ever before?