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In the Lessons from the Land video series, Daniel and Steven Lancaster join together to give you a glimpse into the holy land of Israel. Archaeology, geography, geology, along with the language and cultural history of the Land and the People of Israel make the words of the Torah, the Psalms, and the Prophets—the Scriptures of Israel—come alive. Get ready to experience a small sample of being on a First Fruits of Zion teaching tour of Israel and learn many valuable truths and biblical lessons along the way.
Treasures in Heaven is a challenging and engaging six-session seminar intended to help us review our Kingdom priorities as disciples of the Master. This timely message renews a sense of purpose in these times of uncertainty; it draws from the recent political and economical events using the climate of our times as a motivator to correct our paths and prepare us for the return of the Messiah.
Join D. Thomas Lancaster as he presents material from the second chapter of his book Restoration to explain the gospel's bumpy transition between the Judaism of Yeshua and the apostles to the Christianity of today.
A crash course in extra-biblical literature that will help you make sense of the various sources surrounding the sacred text, like the Talmud, Mishnah, and Jewish sages throughout the centuries.
Boaz Michael offers a fresh understanding on prayer! This fascinating teaching seminar on the ancient rhythms of prayer is rich with biblical understanding. If put into practice, it will transform your prayer life. Understand set time prayer within its rich Jewish context.
Learn the meanings of the ancient prayers of Israel with teachers Toby Janicki and Aaron Eby recorded live at the 2006 First Fruits of Zion National Conference. Join the chorus of traditional prayer and petition and "pray at all times in the Spirit" (Ephesians 6:18). Now available as a 3-Volume DVD set of select sessions.
This seminar challenges viewers to take time out of their busy schedules to be alone with our Father in heaven and communicate with him like a friend. Yeshua himself modeled this method long ago. Be challenged and strengthened as you rediscover the importance of "Pouring out our hearts like water."
Praying the traditional Jewish liturgy allows us to tap into a unity of prayer that already exists. As we pray ancient words and Scriptures, our voices mingle with the prayers of the apostolic community, the generations of Israel, and even Yeshua himself.
Long before any of the other prayers were formulated, the recital of the Shema in the morning and evening was a part of the daily life of Israel. The Shema is much more to Judaism than simply a scripture reading or a daily prayer. Recited twice daily by faithful Jewish people, it is a summary of faith, mission, and identity.
Lessons from the Land Volume 1, Video
Hey, That's Not in the Bible , Video
The Gospel in Exile, Video
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