L’Chaim: Discovering and Sharing The Life We’ve Been Given “Go stand in the Temple court and keep telling the people all about this new life” (Act 5:20) As taught by Stuart Dauermann, PhD, Director of Interfaithfulness This workshop is designed to help you better understand, experience, and invite others into the dynamic life made possible […]
A one hour interactional learning session exploring "Why The Gospel We Present to Jews is Different From Our Message to Gentiles." It may sound heretical, but it is deeply biblical.
Judaism, above all other cultures, has deeply, richly, and reverently studied the ethics of human communications--how ought we to speak to others and about others in a manner that shows proper respect for them and toward God? We need this wisdom in our day, and we need to follow it in a manner enhanced by our relationship to Yeshua the Messiah and the teachings of his emissaries.
Plan to discuss prophetic passage about the return of the Jews to the Land of Promise, plus some discussion of the Shabbat readings.
We will consider five kinds of questions Yeshua was asked and how we should deal with these. Then we will consider four questions we should learn to skillfully and respectfully ask others. If you want to participate, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title QUESTIONS. A link will be sent to you IF you […]
Invitation-only conference re: Haredi Judaism.
Rabbi Dauermann will lecture and reminisce over his experiences as a participant in the transition from the Hebrew Christian paradigm to the Messianic Jewish paradigm, and steps in between. And, wearing his hat as a scholar of Intercultural Studies, he will challenge prevailing paradigms of what it means to share the Good News of Yeshua […]
Answering God’s call means “Believing in God and sensing Him drawing your heart to a promise of something that you cannot be or do yourself” (Jack Hayford). This presentation uses the life of Gideon to discover keys to how this can work out in our own lives.
Stuart Dauermann, known as the Father of Messianic Jewish Music, invites his audience to sing along with music that explores and soothes the sometimes sore boundaries between the Christian and Jewish worlds. First as a composer, and later as a Rabbi in the Messianic Movement, Dr. Dauermann has spent the last fifty years helping Jews […]