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Love Feast is available now on Amazon, $5.50 for the paperback, $2.50 for the Kindle version.
Designed for families and groups of friends, the Passover is a festival something like Thanksgiving and something like Easter. There is evidence in the book of Acts the 1st century church enjoyed a modified version of the Passover Seder in their weekly gatherings, often calling it a “Love Feast.”
This haggadah, the product of nearly thirty years’ research and yearly celebration, incorporates the gospel accounts of Jesus’ Last Supper with His disciples, as well as explanations for some key elements in the Passover itself, as it is observed today. The traditional Passover goes long into the night.
This haggadah has been modified so that families with children of all ages can take part, lasting about an hour and a half (including dinner and dancing!).”Love Feast” includes everything you will need to hold your own Passover Seder–order and flow of the worship service, songs, a menu, a list of items you will need, and speaking parts. It concludes with some thoughts on the First Passover, the Last Supper, and our legacy in the Love Feasts of the Bible.
32 Ancient Tales of Faith and Valor
Thirty-two studies of women in the Bible have been crafted to engage both your intellect and your imagination, your reasoning powers and your emotional acumen, your “left” brain and your “right” brain. Each study is designed to help you see for yourself what the passage says, what it means, and how God is involving you.
It is my hope for you to experience something fresh and new from the pages of this ancient, yet living, document, God’s Word, as well as to experience the enrichment of spiritual and emotional connection, as you engage in each part of the study.
Joanne Guarnieri Hagemeyer
STUDY OF EXODUS: Bondage, Deliverance, Freedon, Provision
The Passover provides the chief picture of our redemption in the Old Testament. However, being freed from the slavery and captivity of Egypt was only the beginning…they weren’t home yet. They still had their old wounds, and the wilderness held new trouble.