The Fall Feasts are right around the Corner! Join us as we prepare to enter into this glorious season. We will kick-off the season with our Annual Mik-Pik (mivah – picnic), as we prepare our hearts & bodies and prepare to enter into the Fall Festivals of The Creator. A Mikvah is an immersion (aka baptism) which symbolically cleanses us to enter The presence of Yhvh.   If you plan on being Mikvahed or Immersed,Read More
Join us Saturday, July 29 at 10:30 AM. CST, as we welcome Musical Guest Artists, The Lumbrosos! Patrick and Christine Lumbroso sing authentic original and traditional style Jewish music reflecting the heritage of the Early Believers. Dynamic rendition, harmonious vocals, and stirring lyrics. Great for praise, worship and inspiration. thelumbrosos.com                    Read More
… He is our peace, who has made both Gentile and Jew one, and has broken down the middle wall of partition…to make in Himself of two One New Man, so making shalom…                                                              From Ephesians 2 M.D.C.I.’s vision: to facilitate worship of The King through dance. That we may be one as He and the Father are One.   Dance Camp Schedule Sunday Afternoon, June 11th, 2017  3:00 – 4:00 P.M.          – RegistrationRead More
  In this week’s Torah Portion, the Levitical Dietary laws are covered. Do the Dietary Laws of Clean and Unclean Animals still apply to us today? Didn’t Peter vision tell us that we could eat anything and that we should not call anything unclean?   In this video from 119 Ministries, we’ll discover the true meaning of Acts 10 and Peter’s Vision. Acts 10: Peter’s Vision (Transcript) I remember speaking to a Sunday school teacherRead More
Following Passover is the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Seven day feast during which nothing is eaten that contains leaven. This is a commemoration of the Exodus when the Israelites left Egypt, leaving in a hurry without enough time to wait for their bread to rise. During the Feast of Unleavened Bread there is always a Shabbat (the weekly 7th day Sabbath). The day after the Sabbath we are told to bring the “First Fruits”Read More
  As Passover heads are way, we are all getting ready and gathering our supplies and hopefully loading up on Matzah. But there are so many Matzahs to choose from nowadays… So which one should we be using for Passover? And which one did they use in the Biblical days? Here’s some interesting facts from RealMatza.com: In a Coconut-Shell, a Long Brief Discussion What is Matza?   Matza, just like bread, is a food thatRead More