Mordecai Memo

Ministry Update

July 2021 / Tammuz 5781 Shalom Haverim v’ Mishpocha, (Greetings, Family and Friends) We are back from a mind-blowing and spiritually uplifting trip to the Middle East. We ministered to the Chinese underground church leaders and Iranian next- gen musicians, athletes, students, young hi-tech folks, and pastors. Hard to express our gratitude… these are heroes […]

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Special Bulletin May 2021

May 2021 / Sivan 5781 Oy (Woe!) to those who call evil good and good evil, who present darkness as light and light as darkness, who present bitter as sweet, and sweet as bitter! Isaiah 5:20 Eight centuries before the birth of Yeshua, the prophet Isaiah warned us about the promulgation of what is called […]

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Between Passover and Pentecost

Iyyar 2021 / Nisan 5781 Shalom Haverim v’ Mischpochah! (Warm Greetings, friends and Family) Here in the SF Bay area, the fog is lifting, the wind is blowing and the sun is shining! We believe for the USA, Israel, and the nations: ~The fog of lockdown and draconian governmental control is lifting! (Ephesians 1:22) ~The […]

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Passover is coming!

March 2021 / Adar/Nisan 5781 Special note to SF Bay Area, “Shalomies”, TFH and visitors: WE WILL NOT BE MEETING AS BEIT ABBA ON THE 3rd FRIDAY OF THIS MONTH AS IS OUR CUSTOM. INSTEAD, WE INVITE YOU TO A FULL PASSOVER SEDER WITH A GOURMET CATERED MEAL ON FRIDAY, MARCH 26. THIS REQUIRES REGISTRATION. […]

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For Such a Time as This!

February 2021 / Adar 5781 FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS! Purim is a festive and joyful biblical holiday when the Jewish people in Israel and around the world rejoice and read the Book of Esther, the story of a young Jewish woman in Persia. This unlikely candidate, by this world’s standards, becomes queen and […]

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Love Never Fails!

February 2021 / Adar 5781 Love Never Fails – A few Post-Valentine’s musings I had the honor of interviewing David Rubin, former Mayor of Shiloh, Israel on our podcast [ “To Life! with Myles Weiss / THE Hope behind the Headlines”] It is part one, as we have so much more to speak about regarding […]

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A View to 2021

We will never forget the year 2020, although many of us would like to! The global pandemic presented unexpected challenges and caused all of us to adapt how we live, work, and connect with each other. When the crisis hit last winter, I stated that, “I believe this is 25% medical and 75% political… at […]

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God’s Work of Reconciliation

National holidays yield a fruitful field for teaching from their meaning. The US marks July 4 as its anniversary of severing formal ties with Great Britain. Usually with pride and pomp, we remember our dramatic founding. Fireworks, food and fellowship attend this annual recognition of America as the longest ongoing Constitutional Republic in the history […]

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