Yom Teruah

It’s hard to believe the fall season is upon us. It seems to be coming much faster these days, don’t you agree? As our team was discussing the upcoming plans

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Church ministry, in some form or fashion, has been a part of my life since my early 20s. I’ve worked in the nursery and children’s departments, in women’s, youth, and

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Opening your Spirit from Victoria Sarvadi

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The Two Trees in the Garden with Victoria Sarvadi

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“Lissa is my very best friend mommy,” my two-year-old said sweetly as we pulled away from Chuckie Cheese after a play date lunch with her “bestie.” “I know, honey.” I

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Please join us as we explore the meaning of this important festival. You can learn more about Pentecost as Dr. Victoria Sarvadi shares the history and meaning of this sacred

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Please join us as we explore the meaning of this important festival. You can learn more about Passover as Dr. Victoria Sarvadi shares the history and meaning of this sacred

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Tu B’Shevat is the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat, a special day when the Jewish people celebrate the breaking forth of seeds underground and the appreciation of

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Shin Bet Tav. These Hebrew letters form the Hebrew root that means repose–desist from exertion–cease–celebrate–and other expressions having to do with an alternation from labor and production to rest and dormancy.

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The Blessing of Peace

Dear Readers: I spend a lot of time with my grand kids, and I’ve noticed I become really merciful and open when they’re around. They’re amazingly generous with their love

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