Sep 13, 2021
Yom Kippur- The Cleansing of Sacred Space
Series: Moed'im
We have traditionally held a unique view of forgiveness, that is, that God forgives us of our sin in order to restore fellowship with Him and ultimately gain access to eternal life in heaven. What could be greater than that? What if there was a greater purpose to atonement and forgiveness? In today's teaching on Yom Kippur, we will explore that vastness of atonement and what it means for believers in Yeshua Messiah.
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  • Sep 13, 2021Yom Kippur- The Cleansing of Sacred Space
    Sep 13, 2021
    Yom Kippur- The Cleansing of Sacred Space
    Series: Moed'im
    We have traditionally held a unique view of forgiveness, that is, that God forgives us of our sin in order to restore fellowship with Him and ultimately gain access to eternal life in heaven. What could be greater than that? What if there was a greater purpose to atonement and forgiveness? In today's teaching on Yom Kippur, we will explore that vastness of atonement and what it means for believers in Yeshua Messiah.
  • Sep 5, 2021The Multifacets of Yom Teruah- Names, Meanings, & Traditions
    Sep 5, 2021
    The Multifacets of Yom Teruah- Names, Meanings, & Traditions
    Series: Moed'im
    Rosh HaShanah/Yom Teruah is absolutely packed with meaning & imagery. Also, it carries with it many mysteries for those who are new to it. Through the various mentions in Scripture, we can begin to understand the meanings of this amazing appointed time.
  • Sep 1, 2021IBR Ep 78- Biblical Scholarship w/Matt Nappier
    Sep 1, 2021
    IBR Ep 78- Biblical Scholarship w/Matt Nappier
    Shalom guys! This week we welcome special guest, Matt Nappier. Matt is a father, pastor, soldier, and Biblical Studies doctoral student. Biblical scholarship is extremely important to our understanding of the context of Scripture and Matt is uniquely qualified to speak on this topic. It is important to let biblical scholarship challenge us and allow it to enrich our faith.
  • Sep 1, 2021IBR Ep 77- The Parable of the Net
    Sep 1, 2021
    IBR Ep 77- The Parable of the Net
    The parables of Yeshua should cause a reaction to their readers. Many times that reaction can and should be visceral. In today’s episode, Joe discusses the Parable of the Net from Matthew 13 and what we should consider taking from it in today’s world.
  • Sep 1, 2021IBR Ep 76- We’re Not Doing Our Job
    Sep 1, 2021
    IBR Ep 76- We’re Not Doing Our Job
    Let’s face it, the world is on fire. What effect has the faith community had on our current events? What have we done to elect and hold accountable our governments? What is the state of our nation and what is our Kingdom part in it? This week’s episode tackles these issues and more.
  • Aug 31, 2021Fishers of Men: Parables of the Kingdom
    Aug 31, 2021
    Fishers of Men: Parables of the Kingdom
    We have all read Yeshua's words about being made "fishers of men". We likely even know the parables about the wheat and the tares and the drag net. So what do these teachings of Yeshua have to do with one another? And more importantly, what do they communicate to us today?
  • Aug 24, 2021Teshuva- Returning to God
    Aug 24, 2021
    Teshuva- Returning to God
    Join Janice as she teaches us about what it really means to make teshuva as we approach the Fall Feasts during this incredible time of Elul.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 74- Traditions w/Hanoch Young
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 74- Traditions w/Hanoch Young
    In this week’s episode we are excited to get to speak with our great friend Hanoch Young. Joe and Hanoch will be discussing the Jewish views of traditions.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 73- Devarim- Blind Faith vs. Sure Faith
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 73- Devarim- Blind Faith vs. Sure Faith
    Does God require blind faith? Does needing proof somehow diminish our quest for strong, true faith? In this week’s episode we draw from the first two portions of Devarim to open a discussion about real, growing, and lasting faith.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 72- Parashat Mattot & Tisha B’Av
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 72- Parashat Mattot & Tisha B’Av
    This week we will take a look at where we are in the Father’s calendar, where we’re going, and how it relates to this week’s parsha. The month of Av has traditionally been an extremely turbulent and catastrophic time in the history of Israel. Through destruction, exile, and mass extermination, the Jewish people have not only survived, but thrived. How & maybe more importantly, why?
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 71- Parashat Pinchas
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 71- Parashat Pinchas
    In Parsha Pinchas, we find some incredible and tragic events in the life of Israel as well as instructions on various offerings. This week, we want to focus on the end of the parsha, specifically Sukkot and the theme of water in Scripture.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 70- Parashat Balak
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 70- Parashat Balak
    In this week’s episode, we dive into Parsha Balak.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 69- Shavuot Continued…Redemptions in Ruth
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 69- Shavuot Continued…Redemptions in Ruth
    This week we end our look at the book of Ruth in light of Shavuot. When we consider the story of Ruth, we generally only think about Ruth’s redemption. However, as we’ve walked through her story, we see that the entire book of Ruth is packed with redemption and restoration.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 68- Shavuot Continued…Ruth
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 68- Shavuot Continued…Ruth
    In this week’s episode, we continue to consider the implications of Shavuot. Today we will begin reading the book of Ruth, traditionally read each Shavuot. For many of us, the main thrust of the book of Ruth is Ruth’s proclamation to Naomi, but this powerful statement happens at the end of chapter 1. There are still three more chapters chocked full of beautiful lessons for us to learn. What wondrous truths have we missed? Let’s dive in and discover!
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 67- Shavuot Continued…
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 67- Shavuot Continued…
    Shavuot, the seemingly obscure one-day holiday that ends Pesach, has come and gone. So, why talk about it after the fact? Well, as with all of the Father’s appointed times, Shavuot has implications that ripple through time even after its celebration has come and gone. For the next couple of episodes, we will be talking about those implications and what they mean for us today.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 66- Bechukotai- The Ultimate Consequence
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 66- Bechukotai- The Ultimate Consequence
    This week we are in Parsha Bechukotai, focusing mainly on Lev. 26. There are many consequences for Israel’s disloyalty to God. How should we read these “curses”? In this week’s episode, Joe takes us through the concept of exile found here in Lev. 26 as the ultimate consequence for disloyalty.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 65- Parashat Emor- Much Given, Much Required
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 65- Parashat Emor- Much Given, Much Required
    In this week’s episode, Joe takes us through the Torah Portion, Emor. There are some interesting progressions through the portions surrounding Emor, both prior to and after. Addressing the priests specifically, Emor has some interesting and seemingly harsh instructions to the priests and High Priest himself.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 64- Messiah’s Passion Timeline & Why it Matters
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 64- Messiah’s Passion Timeline & Why it Matters
    Welcome back to another OAM Shabbat Fellowship Replay. In this week’s show, Kyle & Joe discuss the closing chapters of Matthew, including another look at the much controversial last week of Yeshua’s life. There are many different views of the timeline of Yeshua’s death, burial, and resurrection and why it matters. In this episode, Kyle and Joe offer an explanation that will leave you challenged but encouraged.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 63- Atonement…What, When, Where, Who…and How?
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 63- Atonement…What, When, Where, Who…and How?
    Join Joe & Kyle this morning as they tackle one of the most central, foundational, and crucial topics of both Judaism and Christianity…Atonement.
     
    Did you know that over the centuries there have been multiple theories and ways to explain the efficacy of Messiah’s life, death, burial, and resurrection? This will be a very enlightening and challenging conversation that will ultimately lead you to a place of hope and resolve as you’ve never known before.
     
    This week’s episode is a replay from Out of Ashes Ministries’ Shabbat teaching from April 3, 2021. To access the full teaching, please go to our website here.
  • Aug 17, 2021IBR Ep 75- Continuing the Book of Devarim
    Aug 17, 2021
    IBR Ep 75- Continuing the Book of Devarim
    In this week’s episode, we continue to read through and discuss the book of Deuteronomy.
  • Aug 15, 2021Parsha Shoftim- Politics & Judgement
    Aug 15, 2021
    Parsha Shoftim- Politics & Judgement
    This week we are excited to be in Parsha Shoftim. In this teaching we will be talking about one of the hottest topics in our nation today...Politics. We will also discuss how we are to handle judgement of and from others.
  • Jul 24, 2021Va’etchanan | And I Pleaded- Tradition…The Roadblock to Truth?
    Jul 24, 2021
    Va’etchanan | And I Pleaded- Tradition…The Roadblock to Truth?
    Tradition. Even the mention of the word makes some uneasy. For some, tradition has been/is a major roadblock to truth. In Deut. 4:2, we are commended not to add or take away from the Word of God. But what does that mean exactly? Is that what tradition has done as it is so claimed? In this week's teaching, we will talk about where tradition comes from and how essential tradition is to the life of the believer. 
     
    Va'etchanan | And I Pleaded — ואתחנן
    TORAH: DEUTERONOMY 3:23-7:11
    HAFTARAH: ISAIAH 40:1-26
    GOSPEL: LUKE 3:2-15
  • Jun 13, 2021Korach (Korah)
    Jun 13, 2021
    Korach (Korah)
    Just on the heels of the treason of the spies, Israel faces another great tragedy, the rebellion of Korach. This is a challenging event for many reasons and there are connections back to last week's parsha as well as forward to King David. Not only is Korach's story one of rebellion and tragedy, but also one of redemption.
  • Jun 13, 2021Shavuot…Continued 2
    Jun 13, 2021
    Shavuot…Continued 2
    Series: Moed'im
    This week, what does it mean to be a "Lamplighter"?
     
    Also, as we. continue our post-Shavuot journey through the book of Ruth, we will discuss the various redemptions contained in the book of Ruth. There is so much more to this story than you may have realized!
  • Jun 13, 2021Shavuot…Continued
    Jun 13, 2021
    Shavuot…Continued
    Series: Moed'im
    Shavuot is an odd holiday, in that it is only celebrated for one day. This can cause some to devalue, diminish, or at least not take Chag haShavuot as seriously as some other chaggim.