Sunday, April 29, 2012
Reverend Gail was abused in every way imaginable as a child, became an alcoholic, a drug addict and was involved in a perverted lifestyle. She was angry, confused, and even wanted to take her own life. The L-rd met her and miraculously delivered her!!! Today she is a free woman, strong in the L-rd with a heart of forgiveness towards those who harmed her. In this interview you will learn how G-d touched Reverend Gail and set her free. Also on this show you'll enjoy the music of Beckah Shae, Rivka Whitten, Shani Ferguson and Israel's Hope. To purchase Reverend Gail's book, "My Past Was Just a Set Up for My Future," visit http://www.amazon.com/Past-Was-Just-Set-Future/dp/1432714791/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1335704004&sr=1-2.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Herb Kossover is an Emmy award-winning director with over 27 years experience producing, directing and image consulting. Originally from Brooklyn, Herb has been involved with making films since his high school days. It would take pages and pages to list all of his many accomplishments. For example, in 1996, Herb founded Kossover & Company with his wife, producer/writer Amy Kossover. That summer, Herb began work as director of photography for the official 1996 Atlanta Olympic documentary film directed by the legendary Bud Greenspan. His work was so well received that he was asked to lens the 1998 Winter Olympic Games for Greenspan in Nagano, Japan. Most importantly, Herb found his Messiah and lives for the Lord! He also directed the 2010 Emmy Award winning faith-based documentary "A New Hope" featuring the Angola Prison bible college. A feature-length film version of "A New Hope" is also in development. Also he produced "Flowers of the Sun," and "Awakening," two documentaries about sharing the good news of Yeshua with the Jewish people. "Flowers of the Sun" shows how the people of Israel received the Good News, and "Awakening" takes place in NYC. For more info on these films go to: http://www.jews-for-jesus.org/store/awakening.html or http://videos.mitrasites.com/goto/amazon/asin/B004POWLJK.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Devora Clark grew up in a Catholic home and yearned for a deeper relationship with the L-rd. She gave her heart to Yeshua and developed a love for the Torah. G-d developed her beautiful singing voice and she began writing songs. I know you'll enjoy this interview and hearing her music. For more info about her check out her website: http://www.devoraclark.com/.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Passover is that wonderful time of year where I remember my delight to realize all the parallels there are between Yeshua - the pure unblemished lamb - and the Passover lamb whose blood on the doorposts saved the first-born Israelites from death. Yeshua was the pure unblemished lamb whose blood spares us from eternal death. The Last Supper was a Passover Seder. The disciples were Jewish. When you look at the matzoh you will see bruises, stripes and piercings. And during the seder there is a time where the middle matzoh is broken, wrapped in a linen napkin, and later is redeemed for a prize. Ah, it all makes sense!!! Enjoy this Passover program with special music by Nancy Santiago, Joel Chernoff, Sue Samuel, Sharon Wilbur and Michelle Gold.