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 […]

September 1, 2019 in Audio, Torah 5779, Torah Commentary by

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Bo 2018-19

If there’s one thing lacking in the believing body today, it’s strength to stand against that which is evil in modern culture. The focus of this year’s teaching on Bo is just this idea, how we can be strong in this world. Topics under this theme include the Hebrew root for “burnt offering,” Pharaoh’s four […]

January 13, 2019 in Audio, Torah 5779, Torah Commentary by

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Genesis 50

Join us for this final Torah Project teaching in Genesis. We begin this lesson by noting the Jewish discomfort with Joseph’s decision to embalm his father’s body, drawing from the discussion an important principle about how we are to relate to God’s creation. We then focus on the little word “perhaps” in verse 15 that, […]

April 15, 2018 in Audio, Genesis, Torah Project by

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Genesis 41a and Hanukkah

The heart of this Torah project teaching is the question “Can we survive as believers in such a fallen world where society is ever more quickly sliding into darkness?” In pursuit of an answer, we look in detail at the family God gives Joseph in Egypt: his wife Asenath, her father the Egyptian priest of […]

December 3, 2017 in Audio, Genesis, The Moedim, Torah Project by

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Matthew 18b

Join Beth Tikkun as we continue our study in Matthew’s gospel. While Grant and Robin were on vacation, Grant enlisted the services of his big brother, Bryan, to fill in. You will really enjoy this masterful treatment of the second half of Matthew 18. Visuals: (No visuals for this teaching)

October 27, 2015 in Apostolic Writings, Audio, Matthew by

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Prayer for Forgiving Others

During Yom Kippur we confess our sins and failings to the King of the Universe as we request His mercy and forgiveness for all of our errors. But this year (2015) during the Kol Nidre service, the congregation was led in a prayer to forgive others the wrongs that they have done to us. As we […]

September 24, 2015 in Articles by

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