This month, Aaron and his wife Michelle Eime blessed the house church with their fellowship and teaching.
Aaron taught us how to understand the scripture from the Hebrew Perspective.
It was truly enlighting to learn the original context in which the scriptures were written.
He also shared how the Spirit of God is moving among the Jews in Israel, and how people are coming to know the Lord as their Savior.
Aaron has been a missionary with the Church’s Ministry among the Jewish People ( CMJ ) for 17 years.
As a family, they are blessed with three children; Micah, Atarah and Tirzah.
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Do not miss the house church gatherings where we share great teachings, prayer and support.
Trinity Sunday falls one week after Pentecost Sunday.
This year, the day fell on Sunday May 31st.
This is the day the Church has set aside to honor the most fundamental of Christian beliefs. The doctrine of the Trinity -the three persons of God: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
On May 31st, The Archdeacon Father Mark Scotton led the Reconciliation Service.
He reminded us that reconciliation begins with us.
Let us forgive and let go of past hurts.
Brothers and Sisters in the faith around the world are being persecuted and killed for proclaiming Jesus as their Lord and Savior. We have freedom of worship, how can we best use our faith?
At the end of our lives, the only thing that will matter is whether we loved enough.
We are called to love. We may not do it perfectly, and we may have shortcomings.
But at the end of the day, love is all that matters.