JUST A LITTLE GIRL – MEMOIR NOMINATED FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS 2018 SELAH AWARD

The breakout debut memoir, Just a Little Girl by Dr. Victoria Sarvadi with Allison Bottke was nominated for the prestigious 2018 SELAH Award. Presented annually to authors of Christian works

The Mikveh and The Baptisms

The Hebrew word, Mikveh or Mikvah is a bath used for the purpose of ritual immersion in Judaism to achieve ritual purity. Immersion entails a complete dipping into or a

Question: I so wish we had a home fellowship like you have (as we long for community). Maybe that’s what we need to set up here in Michigan one day?

Question: Dear Dr. Sarvadi: I read recently in a book by Dr. Heidler that Luke was a Gentile! I am surprised, is there some evidence that suggests this? Dionne Answer:

Cheroset Recipe

Cheroset is a traditional apple mixture that is a must for every Passover meal. Cheroset resembles and symbolizes the mortar that the Hebrew slaves used to build the pyramids in

Trees, God’s Mysterious Connection To The Land

In Judaism there are 4 New Years Celebrations: First of Tishrei –Rosh Hashanah (New Year cycle – celebrates the creation of the world and advances the year) First of Nisan

Going To and Fro

Dear Readers: In January, we celebrated Tu B’Shvat, the “New Year of the Trees” which began at sundown on Tuesday, January 30 and ushered in what is known as “The

Acharit Hayamim – End of the Age

The phrase End of the Age or The End of Days is an English translation of the Hebrew phrase Acharit hayamim.  The translation however is often a misnomer. The End

The Culmination of the Kingdom of God

From the time of the fall in the Garden of Eden, man has lived outside the manifest glory of God’s presence. At one time, Adam and Eve walked with God

January/February Focus from the Founder

Dear Readers: It’s hard to believe that this issue of KALEIDOSCOPE marks the beginning of our second year of publication. This bi-monthly email newsletter holds a special place in our