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Join us for services at Founded in Truth Fellowship this Saturday, Oct. 23rd at 11:00 am EST. We cannot wait to join together in communal worship, dive into this week's Torah Portion, and continue discovering how we can live out God's word in our everyday lives. We continue our series on the Book of Revelation this week as we dive into the seven seals broken by the "slain lamb king" in chapter 6. Each seal brings forth a disturbing vision of God's wrath, including four horsemen that are more than meets eye. We will also discover the connection between these seals, the seven bowls, and the seven trumpets signifying similar visions. The most disturbing section, however, will be the weighty message these images give to believers today.
Join us for services at Founded in Truth Fellowship this Saturday, Oct. 30th at 11:00 am EST. We cannot wait to join together in communal worship, dive into this week's Torah Portion, and continue discovering how we can live out God's word in our everyday lives. We continue our series on the Book of Revelation this week and continue our study of the two witnesses in Revelation 11 as well as discover the theme of "temple" throughout the New Testament as well as in the Book of Revelation. For two thousand years, the temple in Revelation has been a topic of debate. Is it a literal temple that will be rebuilt? Is it symbolic? What about the 42 months? We hope to get clarity as we let scripture define scripture as well as walk away with a real life application.
This week, we continue our series in the Book of Revelation and explore how John emphasizes an overarching theme throughout the Bible concerning the defeat of Babylon. In John's visions, he sees this being achieved through believers bearing witness of the Lordship of Yeshua in the face of kingdoms that have been swayed by the promise of Evil. How do we bear witness of our King? John's vision where the Lion of Judah is displayed as a graphicly slain lamb standing in the throne of God may hold the key.
This week we begin a new series on the Book of Revelation. This letter crafted by John exposes the "theo-political" reality of the world we live in where Yeshua reigns (Rev 1:5, Matt 28:18), despite the tribulations believers may face. Commonly regarded as a collection of visions that promote the end of the world, a great tribulation, and fantastic descriptions of monsters rising from the ground, this book holds to single consistent theme; The Lamb sits on the throne. We hope this series will be edifying as well as spark a desire to revisit Revelation in a way that encourages, gives hope, and strengthens your faith in Yeshua alone.
Join us for a special Yom Kippur service at Founded in Truth Fellowship. This service memorializes the "Day of Purgation" (AKA The Day of Atonement) mentioned in the scriptures as a day of repentance, worship, and reconciliation to God. Join us for a short message about the history of the day, what its significance is, and how we find its fulfillment in Yeshua. This will be followed by a time of reflection, worship, and a community effort to meditate on our own relationships with our God
Special Guest Lt. Col. (Ret), Al McCarn brings new light to a world filled with violence, anger, and bitterness. His career in Army Intelligence during the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and watching the war unfold in Iraq and Afghanistan brings a unique perspective to the Christian mission. What are our tasks as believers in Yeshua when it comes to facing the "beasts" of this world? How do we minister to the brokenness left behind and how do we emulate a Kingdom not of this earth? "Our task is not to tame the beasts of this world, but to be the ministers of our Messiah King even in the domain of the beasts. We cannot stop them from breaking things and hurting people, but we can be there to cushion the blows, pick up the pieces, and heal the hurts. That’s what our Messiah means when He tells us to endure to the end and hold fast what we have until He comes." - Al McCarn
This week we explore a chapter in Matthew's gospel account that is often taken out of context to further the spirit fear when in reality, it is a message of hope. In this chapter, Yeshua instructs His followers to do two things when the world seems to be on fire and out of control. Join us as we explore Matthew 24. When tribulation comes, how should Christian believers respond? 
Join us as we dive into God's word to learn how to kill giants according to the bible. Sometimes the giants before us are not what they seem. Just like the spies that went into the land, it's easy to be distracted by the seemingly unconquerable. Where do we find our help and what is God truly trying to conquer in our lives?
Join us as we look at Luke's portrayal of the parables of Yeshua. In Luke 16, Jesus tells a parable where Abraham refuses to help a rich man that cries out to him. Prepare for a hard warning about the capabilities God gives us and what to expect if we choose to squander them.
 The apostle Peter wrote that Christians live in a type of exile, surrounded by a hostile culture that maligns and persecutes them. And yet, in the midst of these challenges, Peter also says that Christians possess a “living hope” and a “joy that is inexpressible.” How might Peter’s epistle give hope and joy to those of us in “exile” today?
Have you ever wondered why there seem to be so many people today offended by Jesus and his message? A look into Matthew 11 shows that many of the world’s population - even the greatest of religious leaders - can be offended by what Jesus came teaching and preaching, all in the face of clear evidence. But why are people sometimes so offended and refuse to believe in him? People refuse to believe because within them lies an issue at the very core of their being: their heart. In this sermon, we will answer three questions concerning the unbelief of those opposed to the Gospel: What is unbelief? How does unbelief operate? How do we overcome unbelief?
We all know the parable of the Good Samaritan well. There was a victim that was beaten, two men did not help him, but the third man, a Samaritan did. When telling this story, Yeshua intentionally mentions specific details that reveal more about the story. From the priest and the Levite to the specific way the Samaritan helped the wounded man, all find their roots in the Hebrew Old Testament.
In the account of Luke, Luke masters the art of painting a story before our eyes, giving clues and patterns to lead us on a journey of true life. This week we explore the moment Yeshua begins His journey toward Jerusalem. During this journey, he is rejected over and over again, faced with constant opposition, and many turning their backs on Him. This is the journey that leads Him to His victory in Jerusalem, but not in a way the world expects. In this message, we explore how we are to navigate our journey in life, bounce back from the opposition, and how to win as Yeshua did.
As we make our way through the Sermon on the Mount, we discover some radical teachings by Jesus concerning how we are to view and treat other people in regards to bitterness, hatred, and violence. We will also be looking at Paul's striking discussion on living in a new reality in light of Yeshua and looking at the world through the lens of what took place on Calvary.
Join us for services this Saturday, June 19th, at Founded in Truth Fellowship. We are excited to dive into this week's Torah portion, engage in collective worship, and take a look at one of the most common metaphors that are used to describe God as a father. This description is used in the Old Testament as a way to shock the culture that existed at that time. Yeshua Himself also encouraged us to view our relationship with God as our father so that we could grasp the fullness of intimacy found in a relationship with Him.
Join us as we dive into what Yeshua says about the Torah, how He has come to give the greater revelation of the Torah, and how the underlying message of the Torah is that it points us to something greater than itself; Yeshua.
Join us as we take a look at what Yeshua means when He says "you are the salt of the earth". Does this really mean we are a seasoning or do the scriptures give us a clearer context? When we explore this question we may be surprised at what Yeshua truly calls His followers to do.
Join us for services this Saturday, May 8th, at 11:00 AM Est. We are excited to join together with worship, diving into this week's Torah Portion, and taking a deeper look into Paul's words concerning how to speak truth through love.
Join us for services this Saturday, April 24th as we come together for live worship as well as dive into His word! We also have a very special announcement to make concerning leadership. When Yeshua took His disciples up the mount to teach them the Kingdom ethic known as the Sermon on the Mount, he begins with the beatitudes. In this series of blessings, Yeshua lays out the road signs of what a true covenant follower will live like, referring to them as salt and light. Join us as we explore the radical teachings of Yeshua and what it really means to be the salt of the earth.
Join us for in-person services this Saturday, April 10th, at 11:00 am EST. We are excited to come together for corporate worship of our King, dive into this week's Torah Portion, and discuss a story of unity in the book of Acts. Barnabas is a well-known character in the New Testament as well as Paul. Both had a heart for God's Kingdom and a heart for Yeshua's love overtaking the world. Both, however, had blind spots in their own priorities that they put over fellowship. Learn what caused them to split a ministry in two and how God calls us to be one, despite our differing opinions.
Join us for in-person services this Saturday, March 27th, at 11:00 am EST at Founded in Truth Fellowship! We are excited to celebrate the Sabbath with worship and diving into God's word. This Passover, we have a special message concluding our Passover series; Passover in Christ. Join us as we see what the New Testament says about Jesus being the greater Exodus and greater Passover from Sin and Death.
Join us for in-person services this Saturday, March 20th, at 11:00 am EST at Founded in Truth Fellowship! We are excited to celebrate the Sabbath with worship and diving into God's word. As Passover approaches, we continue to look at Passover throughout the narrative of the Hebrew Bible. This week, we visit what Passover represented for the Judean people in exile and what God promised was coming to bring about a new creation!
Mordechai plays a pivotal role in the story of Esther. Despite some flaws, Mordechai was the person that confronted Esther about the true reality that was set before her. Not the one she saw, where there was no hope, where she could not have any impact, or where she did not belong in the royal position. Mordechai confronted her on the reality that God is currently present, despite being unseen and she has been placed in a position to be an ambassador of His Kingdom. What can we learn from Mordechai?
How many times do we find ourselves in a place that we truly feel we are unqualified to be in? Struggling to "fake it til we make it", never having the confidence to fully embrace our environment? Join us as we look at what the Bible actually says about your circumstances and how to know God has placed you there for such a time as this.
This week we discuss the shortest of the gospel accounts, the Gospel of Mark. Discover why mark began his gospel account the way he did and purposely infused a stage of apocalyptic themes from the prophets to present the power of who Yeshua and how it changes us forever.

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