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Teaching From Zion

An excerpt from the book, “A Daughter of the Holocaust” by Melanie Webster I was born on December 7,1956, and yet, as the title of this book says, I am “a daughter of the Holocaust”. You ask, “how can that be if the Holocaust took place between the years of 1939 and 1945?” To my… Read More

God created the father and mother of all humanity to relate to them in the community of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. But Adam and Eve chose to go their independent way of relying on knowledge, thus placing themselves outside the blessed life surrendered to God. Following suit, we, their progeny, struggle to find our… Read More

We need to understand some reliable definitions of a strong biblical family, and the best place to find those definitions is the Bible itself. For more than a decade, I have been teaching that the most significant victim of the 20th Century were not the 37 million casualties of World War I nor the 70-85… Read More

It is an amazing thing to raise a family of faith in Israel, but it can be challenging, too. For the most part, faith is a matter of choice. The matter of choosing to live by faith is an education that starts at home. Living in Israel offers plenty of opportunities to trust and rely… Read More

Picture the scenario. You’re running late. The morning has gotten away from you, and now it’s time to get out the door. You grab your keys, jump into the car, and drive away. That seems like a manageable enough situation. But now imagine you’re running late, the morning has gotten away from you, and it’s… Read More

How do we understand the Biblical Definition of a Father? The first commandment in the Bible is to be fruitful and multiply. The first couple dutifully fulfilled this first directive, and what followed was the creation of the first family: a father, a mother and their offspring. This powerful nucleus called a family is the… Read More

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