Category: Events and Administration
This Sunday, February 24, FFOZ will take the big step into broadcast television. For several years we’ve worked toward this goal and it is hard to believe it’s finally going to begin airing this week. Starting this week our message and mission will be broadcast throughout the world. I am anxious to hear the response, meet new friends, encourage God’s people, and share our important message. Our program is...
Tags: Israel Trip
Every disciple of Yeshua should visit the Holy Land at least once. Why not join me and my brother Steven Lancaster of biblical backgrounds for a fabulous study trip to the holy land of our Master Yeshua this fall. Set aside October 28- November 12this year for an adventure with God in His Promised Land. This is not just a tourist trip. It is a serious study tour. We will...
The Passover seder developed naturally as a way to accomplish certain tasks set forth in the Torah. Let's look at the different goals that the seder seeks to accomplish and how they arise from the text of the Torah itself. This will help you to make sure that your seder fulfills its divinely ordained purpose. (The quotes below are from the new Vine of David Passover Haggadah, with emphasis added...
Shalom! This morning my family and I arrived in a cold and wet St. Paul, MN. If you have not looked ahead at the weather, it appears that it is going to remain this way for the next couple of days so bring appropriate clothing, and perhaps even an umbrella or a poncho. We are very excited for this year's conference. Perhaps my wife expressed it best earlier this morning...
Have you had any unique opportunities to share Yeshua or Torah during this Passover season? Last week MyFFOZ members received our email press release entitled "Re-Judaizing Jesus: Christians Returning to Jewish Roots," It was specially crafted for members to share with friends or media in their communities. Immediately following the release we received various requests to interview Boaz and Daniel. One couple in Florida reported to us that they were...
Shavuot 5768 is coming quickly. So, make plans to join First Fruits of Zion once again at Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship in Hudson, WI for the Feast of Shavuot. This year, June 6-10, the First Fruits of Zion team is presenting a new conference called â€śShabbat Shalom.â€ť It will be a time of fellowship, worship, and learning. The teachings will focus on keeping Shabbat holy through joy, reverence, and holiness....
Watching my kids trying to use a hymnal for the first time was like watching what I imagine some of you must feel like attempting to get a handle on the Siddur. It was last Sunday morning and we (my family) decided to attend the Baptist church that sits adjacent to our new building in Missouri. I wanted to meet our new neighbors, and I wanted them to see usâ€”to...
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