Join Us for Passover
With only four weeks remaining, we warmly invite you to this year’s Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread in Holts Summit from the evening of March 31 – April 8. Those who partake of the Passover emblems must be baptized into “Yahshua’s” name by an ordained minister, which, for those interested, we can provide on the Sabbath before the Passover. These observances promise to be a blessing for all in attendance. We have scheduled several worship services, Bible workshops, and activities, including indoor volleyball, bingo, board games, afternoon on the Katy Trail, open gym time, and several group meals. For those unable to be here in person, we will be broadcasting our Passover service, the first and last High days, and weekly Sabbath. To learn more, visit us online.
How often should communion be observed? Does communion replace the Passover?
Can you elaborate on the meaning of Hebrews 5:7?
Can you explain Galatians 4:21-31 in the context of verse 10?
What kind of tongue is referred to in 1 Corinthians 14:2-5?
The critical new moon of the first biblical month is scheduled to be seen the evening of March 18. Below is additional information.
- Sunset: 7:18 pm
- Moonset: 8:38 pm
- Moon age: 35 hours
- Moon elevation: 14.3 degrees
- Degrees from sun: 9.3 degrees
- Illumination: 3%
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TEST YOUR TUTELAGE
Who is qualified to baptize?
A. Those who have accepted Yahshua as their Savior
B. Those baptized into Yahshua’s Name
C. Only those ordained to the office of a deacon or elder
D. Baptism is only a symbolic act
The Bible is clear that only those ordained to the office of a deacon or elder are eligible to baptize a believer into the name of Yahshua the Messiah. This can be seen from the fact that all baptisms were done by a person ordained to the ministry, e.g. Acts 8:11-17; Acts 10:45-46; Acts 19:6. As a side note, as seen in Acts 8:17, while deacons can baptize, only elders can lay on hands for the receiving of the Holy Spirit.