Re’eh 2018-19

Join Beth Tikkun for a teaching drawn from Torah portion Re’eh focused on one topic: salvation of the soul. While digging into this central topic of the Word, we shift the focus slightly from the traditional Christian emphasis on sharing the basics and praying “the prayer.” Along the way, we explore the concepts of blessing and curse reflected in the mountains Gerizim and Ebal.

Visuals: Re’eh 2018-19.pdf

Medios Visuales: Reé 2018-19.pdf


  1. by Susan Brown

    On September 2, 2019

    Dear Grant ,
    Excellent teaching , I have listened to this 4 times already . I love your teaching you truly open up scriptures to reach my heart and understanding. My sisters and I are still planning a visit to your congregation in October hopefully ,my sister Ruth was in a bad car accident last Friday ,she is recovering from a concussion and bruises and bumps. We praise Adonai because it could of been so much worse, proof of living in the blessing.
    Thank you for your teaching I await every Sunday eagerly for them to be put on the website.
    Orleans Ont Canada

  2. by Elizabeth Farah

    On September 2, 2019

    Brilliant teaching. Thank you so much.

  3. by Sandra Verster

    On September 6, 2019

    Dear Grant
    What a brilliant teaching?!! Not that the others are not brilliant, but once again I realize how many “doctrine” is not according to Scripture. Every believer needs to listen to this. If I only have one opportunity to share God’s Word with someone … I will use THIS teaching.
    Thank you again for every week’s commentary.
    Blessings and Shalom

  4. by Pippa Duffy

    On August 17, 2020

    Thanks for a great message which I nearly didn’t listen to because of the first comment. But this comment has nothing to do with the message. However, it would be great if someone could respond to Donna as I think she has been mislead by someone somewhere along the line.

  5. by L. Grant Luton

    On August 17, 2020

    Thank you, Pippa, for drawing my attention to the comment that someone left. Somehow that one completely slipped by me. I’m not quite sure what it had to do with the teaching, or exactly what the person was trying to ask. Anyway, I decided just to delete it so that it will not deter others. Thank you for listening to the teaching anyway! Shalom, Grant

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