Some 2,000 years ago lived a man that would change the course of history and the world forever. Commonly known by the name of Jesus, His actual name being Yahushua, became one of the most well known, if not the most well known man in all of history. But who was this man who changed the world? What do you know about Yahushua of Natsereth? And what does scripture say about Him? Join us as we learn together more about the only man who was perfect and sinless.
Despite secular accusations, scripture is not misogynistic. The story behind Purim is further evidence of that. A young woman who becomes queen of an empire and risks her own life to save an entire people when she could have had whatever else she wanted. That’s the story of Purim. Join us we learn more about this important event in scripture, in history, and what it means to us today.
As one of the more well known prophets of Yahuweh, Noah is most remembered for building a great ark and surviving the world wide flood that destroyed all living things not on the ark, including the dinosaurs. But that is just the summary of the life of one of the great men of scripture. Join us as we learn more about the life and events of the man called Noah.
At one time there was a fad going around in the christian community. People would wear various items like bracelets, hats, shirts, etc with the letters WWJD on these items. The acronym stood for “What Would Jesus Do?”. It was meant to be a reminder for people to remember what Jesus did and for them to tailor their lives and decisions according to that of Jesus.
However, all of this was unnecessary and subpar as Yahuweh Himself had already implemented a method for remembrance thousands of years ago. Join us as we learn more about tzitzit from the scriptures and one of the ways to tie a tzitzit.
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We wear head coverings of many kinds from hats to helmets to much more. Various cultures and religions even have commonly accepted and even prescribed head covering practices. Even scripture mentions the topic of head coverings. But what does scripture convey about head coverings and how does that apply to us today? Join us as we learn together, the God honest truth contained within scripture regarding head coverings.
Different denominations have different ideas about what salvation is. But how many of them come close to what the scriptures say that salvation is? How close does your idea of salvation come to scripture? Join us as we examine this very important scriptural subject. Let’s learn the God honest truth together.
There are many traditions from many cultures from many different points in time. But what about some of the traditions that we hold to today? Which ones come from scripture and are accurate and which ones aren’t? Join us as we explore some of these traditions that we in the faith hold to.
Today Christmas is a holiday well known by Christians and non-christians alike. It’s a season that places retail companies back in the black and decorates houses with lights and various attractions. But did you know that Christmas was not always celebrated by Christians and that Christmas was even outlawed at one point in time? Join us as we learn more about this holiday and this tradition, the scriptures related to Christmas, as well as the history surrounding Christmas. Come learn the God Honest Truth with us.
Halloween is an old tradition dating back thousands of years. It always comes around on the same date, October 31, of every year making it easy to remember. And it’s a tradition that is celebrated not only by pagans, wiccans, and atheists, but also by some Christians as well. But where did this old tradition come from? What is it meant to symbolize? What does scripture have to say about this holiday? Join us as we learn together about Halloween and what scripture says about this tradition.
Through the years the original sin tradition that has come down to us, at least in some circles, is that human beings are conceived and born as sinners. We’re told that as soon as we’re conceived in our mother’s womb that we are sinners in need of salvation. But is this tradition true? Can we find evidence for this from logic, reason, history, but most importantly Scripture? Come study with us on the topic of “original sin” and let’s learn together.