The Fall Feasts and Chanukah, book
One of the most incredible things about our Almighty God, Creator of the universe, is that He wants to meet with His people. When He gave the Torah to Moses, God commanded Israel to observe seven annual feasts. In these “appointed times,” He called the Jewish people to connect with Him in very specific ways.
The Jewish feasts also hold much meaning for Gentile Believers. Explore the rich spiritual significance of each of the Fall Feasts and learn about the prophetic pictures of Yeshua (Jesus) contained in each one. You’ll discover the cohesive thread running through the Old and New Covenants and the special lessons that the Fall Feasts hold for you.
The Spring Feasts and Purim, book
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is an amazingly detailed and inviting God. He set seven specific “appointments” with His people, calling them to meet with Him during the year. Through each of them, He reveals more of Himself and beckons His people into a deeper understanding and awe of Him. Gentile Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) have much to gain by observing these Feasts as well. You’ll marvel at the intricate pictures of God’s redemptive plan instilled into each of His “appointed times,” or moadim. Though it is not one of the biblical feasts, you’ll see God’s faithfulness in the Purim story and His great love for those who are His. You’ll learn the history and prophetic significance of each Feast and the meaning it holds today for Believers in Yeshua. Holiday recipes will help you celebrate the Springs Feasts and Purim. Discover what God’s appointed times hold in store for you.
2022 Jewish Voice Wall Calendar
Plan your year on this inspiring wall calendar that tells the story of “The Lost Tribes of Israel” and the exciting ways you minister to them through partnering with Jewish Voice Ministries International. This 12-month calendar features beautiful photographs of the people and places helped by your support. Calendar pages identify biblical holidays as well as those for the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Israel. You’ll also find the corresponding Hebrew months, information about the Jewish holidays and an overview of JVMI’s work.