Dr. John D. Garr presents a comprehensive analysis of the historical and theological implications of the biblical festival that is foundational to both Judaism and Christianity. This book discusses the history of both Jewish and Christian observance of the Passover.
The Scott Mission first came to my attention in the late 1990s when I worked in the Salvation Army’s public relations department in Toronto. At the time, I saw the Scott as one of the myriad of Christian social service ministries serving those in need in the city.
Reading Toronto-area freelance journalist Ben Volman’s new book, More Than Miracles: Elaine Zeidman Markovic and the Story of the Scott Mission, gave me a new appreciation for the Scott, its ministry and the people who have served there.
Volman, with the eye of a journalist and heart of a pastor (he’s also the Toronto director of Chosen People Ministries and the spiritual leader of Kehillat Eytz Chaim/Tree of Life Messianic Congregation) tells of the triumphs and trials of the Scott and those closest to it: the Zeidman family.
Equip yourself to present the redemptive work of the Messiah to the Jewish community by reading The Gospel According to Isaiah 53. Exploring issues of atonement and redemption, respected scholars show how Christ is the fulfillment of Isaiah's "suffering servant"---and offer suggestions on how to share the good news with our Jewish brothers and sisters. Contributors include Walter Kaiser, Robert Chisholm Jr., Craig A. Evans, David L. Allen, Michael J. Wilkins.
Guaranteed to help make your own Passover seder celebration an unforgettable experience, this booklet will help families, churches or classes have a Passover dinner of their own. How to Prepare for a Passover Dinner includes directions, helpful hints, and suggested menus, as it shows the reader step-by-step how to set up and cook a full Passover seder dinner.