When the "former things have passed," the Church will be numphe, a new Bride. Rabbi Jeff Adler takes us to the books of Exodus and Isaiah, as he excitedly shares about the New Heaven and the New Earth: a New Jerusalem.
Are you NOT looking forward to Valentine's Day? Today we're talking spouses, friendships, children and co-workers. Dr. Jennifer Thomas joined Kelli and Steve to talk about the best way to rebuild a broken relationship.
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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).
Jennifer Thomas is a motivational speaker specializing in the five love languages and communication. She is a business consultant and psychologist. Jennifer has a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Maryland. She earned a BA in psychology and religion from the University of Virginia. Her expertise helps readers and leaders know how to keep their relationships on track. Jennifer offers compelling keynote presentations and workshops for a wide range of events, including business conferences, relationship seminars, and staff training on customer service.
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