Our visit with Barb and Bob Klika concludes in this show as they relate what has happened in the last several years since they and their friends started Set Apart Ministries. There have been growing pains over the last 19 years, but the congregation is still together, well established as a strong community of faith. How did it happen, and what lessons can we learn from their experience? That’s what we explore in this final interview segment.
Our show continues with more music be Debra Pagel and by the Aleph Tav Band. We also have a midrash from Barry Phillips and Frank Houtz that investigates the question of how to approach the Holy God.
How did Set Apart Ministries get started? That’s what we hear in this fourth part of our five-part interview with Barb and Bob Klika. There is a move of Messiah’s Kingdom happening in northern Wisconsin, and they are deeply involved in it! Their testimony resonates with a discussion between David Jones and Barry Phillips on the spiritual process at work as we count the Omer between Passover and Shavuot (Pentecost). Special music by Debra Pagel and Bill Green round out this edition of Reunion Roadmap!
Is there really an unseen spiritual realm all around us? Yes there is! Barb and Bob Klika discovered it as Barb’s counseling career unfolded. That was one of the main avenues they traveled in their spiritual journey to where Barb is now Undershepherd of Set Apart Ministries. We learn more about that journey in this third part of our interview with the Klikas. Debra Pagel and Jimmie Black share their musical gifts,, and our Elders offer observations on the topic of Rain on the Just and the Unjust.
Did you know Barb Klika has written a book? New to Torah is one of many resources Barb has written based on the learning she and her husband Bob have experienced, along with their community at Set Apart Ministries. You can find New to Torah at their website (https://www.set-apart-ministries.org/). In this show, we return to Wisconsin to continue our visit with the Klikas. We also present music from Debra Pagel and Jimmie Black, as well as a midrash from Barry Phillips and David Jones that addresses something fundamental to Barb’s testimony: Torah and the Ruach.
This week we begin a five-part series featuring Barb and Bob Klika of Set Apart Ministries (https://www.set-apart-ministries.org/) in northern Wisconsin. In this segment, we hear the beginning of their from Lutheran and Catholic backgrounds to join in establishment of a Hebraic fellowship of which Barb is the Undershepherd. Along the way, we’ll hear some special music by Debra Pagel, one of the fellowship’s worship leaders, and from Solomon Lopez. We’ll also get some insights from Barry and David on what to expect in Messiah’s Kingdom in their midrash on the 8th Day.