Please welcome to Meahltime, Liat Nesher, a Messianic believer from the Holy Land itself!
Find out way I disgraced architects by building an unstable, wall-less shack, only to tear it down a week later.
Dressed in white, my family made our way to the nearest river in our hometown. It’s a beautiful spot to watch the falls cascading down the rocks while a few ducks and geese float along the gentle rapids. We found a clearing near the water, and there, we opened our Bibles in observance of theContinue reading “The Day of Atonement: Down to the River”
Christians can observe the Feast of Trumpets too!
What does Autumn and the return of Jesus have in common?
Ushering in the new year can fill you with bubbles of elation, infusing your mind with dreams and possibilities of the next 12 months to come. So it should. We all need that jolt of motivation and inspiration that charges us to take that extra step. Though December 31st and January 1st feel the exactContinue reading “New Year, New Story”
Spiritually speaking, this week is pretty busy. For my family, it’s not really because of Palm Sunday, Good Friday, or even Easter, but because of three other holidays that are either glossed over or forgotten completely. I’m speaking of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits. Just like with most holidays and not a lot of nearby family, weContinue reading “Christians, Don’t be Afraid of Passover”