Resources

Last update: Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018

Resources

Last update: Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018


Some of the most recent free monthly teachings for FFOZ Friends

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Remembering Yeshua's Chief Disciple

( 1 MP3 track / 32 minutes / 30.1 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsDecember 9, 2018

Simon Peter holds a special place in the hearts of many believers. We find camaraderie and consolation in a man who could plummet from the highest points of discipleship to the lows of denying his Master. His struggles are our struggles; his challenges are our challenges, and with Heaven’s help, his triumphs are our triumphs. Peter is a source of inspiration and even veneration—and not just for believers. Surprisingly, Peter appears a few times in rabbinic literature in a positive light. Join Toby Janicki, FFOZ Staff Teacher and Torah Club Theological Support Coordinator, as he digs into Jewish sources for stories and legends about the apostle.

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The Messiah Psalm

( 1 MP3 track, 39 minutes / 37.0 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsNovember 18, 2018

How can the scribes say that the Christ is the son of David? David himself, in the Holy Spirit, declared, “The LORD said to my Lord, sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.” Yeshua posed a question to his critics which proved to be quite a stumper. Nearly 2,000 years later Psalm 110 still furrows many brows. Psalm 110 is the most often quoted chapter of the Tanach in all the writings of the apostles and shows up frequently in the book of Hebrews. Delve into the text of Hebrews 4:11-5:10 with D. Thomas Lancaster and along the way uncover the significance of Psalm 110, where themes of the incarnation and the priesthood of Yeshua are brought to the forefront.

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The Intersection of Messianic Faith & Disability

( 1 MP3 track, 54 minutes / 50.9 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsOctober 22, 2018

Our Master Yeshua cared deeply for men and women at the edge of society. As his disciples, we should reflect his heart for the disabled and marginalized of this world. First Fruits of Zion’s Director of Outreach, Ryan Lambert, had the chance to discuss this with Messianic Jewish Professor Thomas Boehm. Dr. Boehm is an Assistant Professor of Special Education at Wheaton College in Illinois. He equips teachers to serve the roughly six million students in the United States, and countless more around the globe, who receive special education support and services. Dr. Boehm brings over two decades of professional and personal experience in the intersection of disability and faith.

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