Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

We open 2020 with a new interview series featuring Solomon Lopez and our own Tzefania Pappas! Throughout this month, they will tell the story of Beyond the Mountain, a ministry initiative birthed in their first meeting at the Third B’ney Yosef Congress in Ariel, Israel. What is Beyond the Mountain? As they explain, it’s an outreach of compassion and healing to address some long-overlooked wounds that continue to hinder even the most seasoned followers of Yeshua and prevent our coming together as the family of our Father in heaven.

Gathering Family is the subject of this week’s midrash from  Barry Philips and David Jones – specifically, the covenant family of Israel into which we are adopted. Solomon carries that theme a bit further with some music from his new album, “Out of that Place,” which you can hear and acquire at www.hebraism.org.

Want to know more about Beyond the Mountain? Find them on Facebook, or visit their webpage at: www.beyondthemountain.org/.

Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

Reunion Roadmap 12/21/2019

This week we conclude our visit Aaron Bishop of Grafted Together Fellowship of Marietta, South Carolina. Aaron has much to tell us about the impact of Grafted Together and of Darash Chai (Seek Life), the ministry the Bishop family has established to serve the faith community in their region. Listen closely as Aaron explains the way Darash Chai developed from an idea to improve quality of life into an outreach and teaching ministry that literally helps people choose life!

His testimony is punctuated by the musical gifts of Mason Clover and Miriam Houtz. In addition, Barry Philips and David Jones pay attention to the season of the year that approaches as we prepare this show, presenting a midrash on the subject of “Winter Prep.”

Aaron’s congregation, Grafted Together Fellowship, and his ministry, Darash Chai (Seek Life), are both on Facebook! Look them up there, or visit their websites:

Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

Reunion Roadmap 11/30/2019

We continue our conversation with Aaron Bishop of Grafted Together Fellowship of Marietta, South Carolina. In this segment, we learn about how the congregation came together in its current location, and about Darash Chai, the ministry Aaron and his family have established to serve the faith community in their region.

Mason Clover is our featured musical guest, and David Jones and Barry Philips investigate the connections between Yeshua and Isaac as they continue their discussion on the question of faith.

Aaron’s congregation, Grafted Together Fellowship, and his ministry, Darash Chai (Seek Life), are both on Facebook! Look them up there, or visit their websites:

Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

Reunion Roadmap 11/23/2019

Looking for fellowship in the Greenville, South Carolina, area? Try Grafted Together, a new congregation meeting in the town of Marietta. Grafted Together grew out of a home fellowship facilitated by Aaron and Rebekah Bishop. Aaron is our guest for the next three shows, sharing with us the story of their faith walk and the establishment not only of Grafted Together, but their teaching and community service ministry, Darash Chai.

Along with Aaron, we have a midrash by David Jones and Barry Philips on the question of Faith or Emotion, as well as the music of Lenny & Varda and Melody Joy Cloud.

Aaron’s congregation, Grafted Together Fellowship, and his ministry, Darash Chai (Seek Life), are both on Facebook! Look them up there, or visit their websites:

Reunion Roadmap 1/11/2020

Reunion Roadmap 11/02/2019

We conclude our visit with Sister Georjean Allenbach, Beverly Hall, Donna Matts, and Barbara Wilkins with their final thoughts on the Nations 9th of Av.

In our midrash segment, David Jones and Barry Philips ask when it is appropriate to rebuke a brother. What promotes life and unity among the people of our Creator? The thread of unity and brotherly love is the theme that ties this show together, as we hear in the music of Eved Adonai and Melody Joy Cloud.

There are a number of topics covered in this show that you might want to investigate further. Here are some links that will be helpful: