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
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
The signs of fall are all around us as we put the finishing touches on this November/December issue of Kaleidoscope. Brilliant shades of red, orange, amber, and gold compete for
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
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
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
The story in the Book of Esther is one of many examples in Scripture of the attempted destruction of the Jewish people. Hamen, the viceroy to King Xerxes, concocted a
Greetings Dear Readers: And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life
Our theme this month is All Things New—a new season, new harvest, even a new president. All of this change represents newness of life—so aptly described in God’s Word. Therefore
MARCH OF REMEMBRANCE
The marches were birthed in Tübingen, Germany by Jobst Bitner, a theologian and activist, as a German-Christian response to the Holocaust. The marches have grown to a worldwide movement led by Christian leaders and universities partnering with the Jewish community.
Date: Sunday, April 19th (Yom HaShoa)Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocation: SMU Mack Ballroom - Dallas, TX
The march will be on the SMU campus concluding with a short remembrance ceremony on the lawn.