Cuppa Shebrews talks about the B’Ney Yosef Region 35 Conference

Cuppa ShebrewsTeresa Casalino and Kimberly Rogers very kindly invited the B’Ney Yosef Region 35 team as their guests for the October 28 edition of Cuppa Shebrews, the Wednesday morning show on Hebrew Nation Radio.  Al and Larry came on during the second hour to talk about the conference, which is scheduled for December 4-6 in Denton, TX (30 miles north of Dallas).  We were able to introduce our website (http://bneyosef35.com/), provide our email address (bneyosef@gmail.com), present details on registration, and discuss how the idea for the conference developed.  The key point out of that discussion is the desire to see repentance and reconciliation among all segments of the Body of Messiah as an essential prerequisite to the restoration of the Kingdom of Israel.


BFB151029 Hebraic Heritage & Watchman of ZionWe followed an interview with Eddie Chumney of Hebraic Heritage Ministries as he presented his latest Watchman of Zion report.  It is worth your time to listen to Eddie’s presentation about the reasons why Russia is now heavily engaged in the military conflict in Syria, and the prophetic implications of the Russian actions.  (There is much more information at the Watchman of Zion site, including very helpful maps and charts!)

The entire podcast is available at this link below.  Our portion follows the interview with Eddie at 51 minutes into the podcast.

Please click here to access the podcast:  Cuppa Shebrews 10/28/15.


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About Albert J. McCarn

I am a lifelong disciple of Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth, an avid student of the Bible, a devoted husband and father, a 29-year veteran of the United States Army, and a historian who connects people with their own stories.

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