Losing a child is a horrific heartbreak, no matter how old they are. At times one finds difficulty in doing the most mundane tasks. It’s like a paralysis comes upon

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The Crossover Project directed by Mitch and Rozlie Jerome, is a ministry with several outreach components. Today, we’d like to introduce you to The Healing Room. Founded in 2009, in

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Did Jesus celebrate the Passover the night before he died or did he die on Passover? – Kay Answer: Kay Thank you for your question and it’s a very good

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Batya’s Challah Bread Recipe

Challah is the traditional bread that is eaten on Shabbat meals every Friday night in many Jewish and Hebraic Christian homes. In ancient times two loaves of challah (that its

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Precious Gems – Shavu’ot – The Promise of the Father

Lev. 23:15 – You shall also count for yourselves from the day after the sabbath, from the day when you brought in the sheaf of the wave offering; there shall be

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The Promise of the Father

Our Heavenly Father has promised us many blessings, but the most significant gift He has given His children is the gift of HIS Holy Spirit. This miraculous gift became ours on

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“What a lovely building,” I said, as my husband and I drove by the cute little Victorian-era church in our new neighborhood of Kingwood, Texas. “I wonder what it looks

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Every January I dump out three or four tins of stale and broken left-over Christmas cookies, several partially eaten pecan and pumpkin pies, and at least a half-gallon of expired

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Ask Victoria: Why is Israel the most pro-abortion country in the world?

Abortion is a very sad issue and creates diverse opinions among the people of Israel in the same way it does in America. Americans remain divided on the abortion issue,

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The Clues of Passover

I hear many people, Jews and Christians alike, calling the festivals and assemblies of Leviticus 23 “Jewish Holidays.” And while I agree it is the Jews who reverently honor these

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