Rabbi Jeff takes us back to the Old Testament, continuing our third installment of Isaiah's Servant Songs. Today we'll open our Bibles to Isaiah 50. Israel suffers, but receives the benefit of the Servant of the Lord, the Messiah.
Today is World Mental Health day, a time to acknowledge and address our inner struggles, and to promote immediate action and furture prevention. Kelli and Steve ask Andrew Rogers, Professor of Biblical Counseling at Bryce College why Christians struggling with depression are often viewed as having "weak faith." How can we walk alongside our friends and family, and encourage them Biblically, as they walk through dark times?
Rabbi Jeff Adler comes from a family of five generations of Messianic Jews. A native of Cincinnati, he has a Master of Divinity degree, and has led Messianic synagogues is Cincinnati and Indianapolis since 1978. He is currently Rabbi of Congregation Sha’arey Yeshua in Indianaplis. Rabbi Jeff has held offices in the Messianic Alliance of America and the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations. Additionally, he has spoken and taught the Word of God at many Messianic Jewish conferences, both regional and national, and teaches Yeshiva courses for the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues).
Andrew Rogers is the Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling and the Program's Coordinator at Boyce College in Louiville, Kentucky. But Andrew came to Boyce with over 23 years of pastoral experience. He is Fellow and Board Member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, and is a Council Member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He has broad experience teaching in a variety of colleges and seminaries both in the United States and internationally with Overseas Instruction in Counseling. Andrew and his wife, Jenny, have been married since 1994 and have four children.
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