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We are building a Sabbath community in the area of Coshocton County and Holmes County, Ohio, United States. Beth Shalom is located Near Sugarcreek Ohio and started in 2006.
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Originally aired 10-19-2012. Sukkot 2012 update for Beth Shalom Messianic Ministries. Also comments on parashah Noach. The last days will be like the days of Noah. Is the earth filled with violence? Are their giants in the land? Is the love of many growing cold? How long do we have left?
A brief introduction to Peter Waldo and the Waldensians. Were they similar in faith to Messianic believers? They were accused and persecuted for being of being Sabbath keepers, Judaizers, re-baptisers, and many other things.
Do Unto Others - a discussion about honesty and treating others the way the Bible instructs us to.
About Sukkot 2012 with Beth Shalom Messianic Ministries.
Originally aired 5/23/2012 on Walkabout, Messianic Lifestyles Magazine http://www.messianicdirectory.info/walkabout.html
Beth Shalom Congregation – Sugarcreek, Ohio
Philip Crossan, teacher and author, spends an hour with host Susan Hooge, discussing the unique experiences he and his congregation deal with in what is predominantly Amish country. Philip relates a number of outreach stories about himself and others of his congregation when they are invited to share Hebrew Roots understandings to other groups (such as the Amish) who are developing a thirst to return to the origins of scripture. Philip has a passion to bring forward the concept of community, having spent many years living in various types of communities. He relates some of his understandings about community and the function of a community. In his book, “Community, Looking at the Possibilities”, Philip lets us know that his book details so much more about the concept of community than what he mentions in his interview. His easy to read book is freely available as a pdf. download on the congregational website; www.bethshalom.cc .
Fellowship in Community II
Continuing the conversation 'in what way does community help us with fellowship'.
Where have we been, what have we been doing, and what would you (our listeners) like to hear on upcoming podcasts?
Did Yeshua eat the Passover? Or was Yeshua the Passover? How could Yeshua be the sacrifice unless He died when the lambs were slain? What is the Fast of the First Born? Why didn't the women come to the tomb on the second day? When is First Fruits? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this edition of A Deeper Look with Philip Crossan, brought to you by Beth Shalom Messianic Ministries.
In what way does community of believers help us in keeping Kosher? When we live in a certain area with other believers we have a greater say in the local market place. We also have accountability one to another. This makes all aspects of our faith easier to walk out.
In what way would living in community help with Feast Days? What benefits can we find concerning Feast Days and living in community?