Feast of Tabernacles 2015 Webcast
Join us for a morning message during the Feast. We will be broadcasting live on Youtube, and cogwebcast.com beginning at 8:30 am/PDT on Monday September28.
For the remainder of the Feast the messages will begin at 9:00 am/PDT. The earlier webcast and the extended broadcasting times will better serve many of our brethren.
The message will be available to view on-line for four hours, then it will be archived for the following day. Check out these links: Cogwebcast.com for live chat
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Feast of Tabernacles 2015 Penticton
Hosted by the Winnipeg Church of God
September 27- October 5, 2015
Come for the Feast of Tabernacles and worship God during His Fall Holy Day season!
The brethren are looking forward to their fifth inspiring year of spiritual feasting and fellowship in Penticton, BC.
The Feast will be beginning Sunday evening September 27 2015 with a Welcome to the Feast gathering.
Located just a few hours drive north of Spokane, Washington, on a major north-south highway, Penticton is a 4.5 hour drive from Vancouver, B.C.
There is regularly scheduled air service to airports at Penticton or Kelowna, about 45 minutes north. Flights to Seattle or Vancouver are also available, with car rental services available from there. For a map and driving directions from Seattle Airport, click here. For a map and driving directions from Vancouver Airport, click here.
The climate tends to be warm and sunny with good weather continuing even into October. The region is famous for its vineyards, fruit orchards, and water sports on two magnificent fresh water lakes, Lake Okanagan and Lake Skaha.
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Celtic Christianity: Lessons for Our Time
Jeff, Jeremiah, and Jeffrey were exploring Ireland to bring to our viewers vital insights from Celtic Christianity that will help us understand the historic struggles that Christians have faced in the past, the challenges we are facing now, and the choices we will need to make in the future. Check here for the latest news on this series.
See, I have taught you decrees and laws as the Lord my God commanded me, so that you may follow them in the land you are entering to take possession of it. Observe them carefully, for this will show your wisdom and understanding to the nations, who will hear about all these decrees and say, “Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.” Deuteronomy 4
Why do Christians celebrate the Feast of Trumpets, Yom Teruah, the day of blowing? Jeff Patton takes you on a tour of the scriptures to understand the meaning behind this annual fall festival. There is coming a time when God will judge the nations, but he has a role for his people to play now in preparation for that time. Do you know what God expects of his people? Are you fulfilling your role as God’s servant? In the future there is a great reward for those, great and small, who understand the message of the Feast of Trumpets.
Days of Awe have historically been considered as a time of judgment, the time between the Feast of Trumpets, Yom Teruah, and the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur. During this time God has a message for the physical people, the descendants of Israel, a message of repentance and reconciliation. For the Christian the message gains a deeper significance as we move beyond repentance to embrace the goal of becoming the telleion man (or woman). Jeff Patton will shed light on this goal and our spiritual journey.
Prophecy is a tantalizing topic, and many people get caught up in prophetic pronouncements made by religious and secular prophets, in newsletters, internet blogs, and books. So how do you know what is true and what is false? When it comes to God’s faithful prophets what is the prophetic message that God wanted his people to understand? And what is the purpose of prophecy in our lives; how should we react or change as a result of a true prophetic message?
Within the old and renewed covenants God created a relationship with his people that offered amazing promises. We who trust in God’s faithfulness look to him to fulfill all that he has promised to Abraham and all who walk in faith with God as Abraham walked. So what are these covenant promises and how do they find their fulfillment in the lives of God’s people?
The apostle Paul wrote of the glory of the old covenant and the ministry of death and the greater glory of the new covenant. What did he mean? Jeff examines the scriptures to fully explain the “ministry of condemnation” that was a vital aspect of the national covenant, and the “ministry of reconciliation” that is possible through a New Covenant relationship with God the Father. Both covenants are indeed glorious covenants