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Passover Resources

Passover begins the evening of April 19 this year. Here are excerpts from the book A Family Guide to the Biblical Holidays


Christian Hagaddah

Christian hagaddah

The Haggadah is the Order of Service for the Passover Seder Dinner. A copy is used by each participant and is essential for understanding and participation. This 24-page Haggadah is inexpensive and functional and for a Christian Seder. It tells us each step of the seder illustrating the first passover and the symbolism of Christ our Passover. You can print this Haggadah from you computer in color or black and white and fold it for a 6″ by 4.5″ booklet. Print out today. Instant download access: $5.00

Visit our Hebrew Roots Community to discuss the holy days.

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Children’s Book

Green Plagues and Lamb: The Story of Moses and Pharaoh is a fun children’s book.

Green Plagues and Lamb: The Story of Moses and Pharaoh

In the poetic manner of “Green Eggs and Ham,” well-known author Kathy Bostrom offers this charming and delightful rendition of the biblical story of Moses, Pharaoh, and the Exodus. Enchanting poetry characterized by remarkable sing-song rhymes and colorful, child-appealing artwork are combined to help children encounter God and connect the story to their own lives.


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  1. Thanks Robin for all this! I’m so excited as I’ve been talking about and diving into Passover with my boys this month.

    Bless you

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  2. I’ve been studying up on Passover in the Family Guide to Biblical Holidays. Thank you for all these links, Robin! I appreciate all the work you’ve put into your books and websites. I am looking forward to hosting a Passover Seder for the first time. It has been a wonderful year learning about biblical holidays.

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  3. We celebrate Passover when most people do easter.

    We do not “do” easter nor do we attend any church that day because of all the exposure to those people who do and references to the term “easter”.

    However, we have been greatly blessed by celebrating all the wonderful parallels of Resurrection Sunday and Passover with Jesus!!!!

    We celebrate Jesus as the Passover Lamb, the seder plate, the lamb we eat and other special foods, communion, special time of honor and worship to the Lord and finally my husband anoints the doorposts and each of us and blesses us all.

    What a special time for us.

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