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Why are Christians Celebrating Passover?

Passover 2017 will begin in the evening of Monday, April 10and ends in the evening of Tuesday, April 18 The Bible story of Passover has more light, more splendor, more vividness, and a richer application to life than any other story in the book of Exodus. Moses and his brother Aaron went to Pharaoh and told him that the Lord said ... Read More »

Free Bible Copy Work Revealing Jesus in the Old Testament

Subscribe on the bottom of this page to receive access to nine free printable pages of copy work using Old and New Testament Passover Bible verses. Use the dotted print for younger children to practice tracing letters. Use the lined space for older children to copy passages. A Family Guide to the Biblical Holidays Learn the teaching method God uses to teach His children. The ... Read More »

Free Passover Lapbook

Download eleven free booklets to tell Passover story from Moses Birth to the First Passover. Glue the booklets in to a File Folder to create a lapbook. Subscribe at the bottom of this page to access ALL our freebies!   A Family Guide to the Biblical Holidays Learn the teaching method God uses to teach His children. The ultimate hands-on Bible lessons! Teach ... Read More »

Why Christians Should Observe Passover

  Why are Christians Celebrating Passover? More and more Christians are learning about our rich Hebraic heritage through Bible study and celebrating God’s holidays.  TIME Magazine identified growing Christian interest in our faith’s Jewish heritage as one of the ten top trends. Passover teaches us about Jesus The early Christians observed Passover The seder is a special fellowship with God Passover is a ... Read More »

A Christ-Focused Passover Seder

This is a photo of our Passover plate. It has a prominent place of display in a glass cabinet in our living room.I believe it is the one item in our home that the children will remember the most. It is my favorite holiday. Passover begins April 22, 2016. The Passover meal is called a Seder. Seder means “order.”  Every year ... Read More »

30+ Fun Passover Crafts to Teach the Passover Story

Passover begins sundown April 22, 2016. Here are links to several Passover crafts to help you teach your children the Passover story. Some link to Christian sites, some to Jewish sites. You may want to bookmark this site and come back as I am adding to the list. Follow me on Pinterest for more holiday and Bible ideas. A Family Guide to ... Read More »

In-Depth Passover Study: Torah Class Videos

I went from a spiritual desert to a Torah fire hydrant this year!  After twenty-five years studying Jewish roots on my own, God blessed me moving one mile from  Seed of Abraham Fellowship lead by Tom Bradford. TorahClass.com Tom Bradford teaches through the Bible chapter by chapter he doesn’t skip a word.  You can have these teaching free via audio, video and ... Read More »

7 Ways to Deal with Passover Criticism

Every year I deal with the same  remarks by well-intended but misinformed Christians:  they believe observing Passover is legalism or Judaizing. Many people are simply concerned that celebrating the holidays may be an “earning salvation” type of works belief. They are afraid of the negative term “law” and being labeled “legalistic”. They do not fully understand that the biblical holidays ... Read More »

Why Are Christians Keeping Passover?

Jesus shared the Passover meal with his apostles saying, “I have been very eager to eat this Passover meal with you before my suffering begins. For I tell you now that I won’t eat this meal again until its meaning is fulfilled in the Kingdom of God.” (Luke 22:15-16) Read More »

Passover in the Hospital

Our Passover was something. Our close friends Louis and Ibeth and their family of 5 drove down from VA to spend Passover with us. Passover morning they received a call Louis’ mother was killed in an auto accident. They left immediately to FL to be with family. Please pray for the Alvarez family. Before the tragic call, I had to ... Read More »

Passover Resources

Passover begins the evening of April 19 this year. Here are excerpts from the book A Family Guide to the Biblical Holidays Passover Overview Jewish Custom Messiah in Passover Three days Three Nights Celebrating Passover Seder Checklist Traditional Seder Simple Seder Ten Plagues Passover Cartoons Homeschool Section: Sheep Unit Study Passover Matza and other recipe …… Christian Hagaddah The Haggadah ... Read More »