“ONE NEW MAN” – What Should this Mean to the Believer? (Part 5)

In the previous blogs of this series, we discussed the separation of the Jew and the Gentile. This led to mixture in the tenets of the Christian faith and disunity among the people. Our Lord had [...]

“ONE NEW MAN” – What Should this Mean to the Believer? (Part 4)

The Apostle Paul saw difficulties coming between the Jew and Gentile. He addressed this issue in several of his letters, with Romans 11 being among the clearest statements of his efforts. [...]

“ONE NEW MAN” – What Should this Mean to the Believer? (Part 3)

In Parts 1 and 2 of the “One New Man ─ What Should this Mean to the Believer?” series we discussed the One New Man message and the divisions that were created between Jew and Gentile Believers. [...]

Hanukkah — A Time to be Filled

Hanukkah, the “Feast of Dedication” or the “Festival of Lights,” is celebrated in commemoration of the re-dedication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem after the victory in [...]

“ONE NEW MAN” – What Should this Mean to the Believer? (Part 2)

In Part 1 of “One New Man: What Should this Mean to the Believer?” we discussed the Jewish Believer coming into the Gentile ‘belief system.’ As Christians, most often the Jewish Believers are [...]

“HANUKKAH—A Festival of LIGHT to the World!”

Hanukkah, which means, “dedication, consecration, or inauguration” in Hebrew, is also known as the “Feast of Dedication,” or the “Festival of Lights.” It is celebrated in Jewish communities [...]

Many Were Invited | A Review

“Many Were Invited,” is a now word that addresses the issues of race reconciliation within the Body of Christ. You can watch this message in its entirety here… Due to the stripping away of the [...]

ONE NEW MAN: What Should this Mean to the Believer? (Part 1)

In today’s Church, there are many conversations regarding the “One New Man” concept that Paul speaks of in Ephesians 2:15. As we see in the Word this is not a new concept… quite the contrary; it [...]

Abraham | Friend of God

Curt Landry Ministries is a congregation made up of Gentile and Jewish Believers—most who hale from an Evangelical background. We are a group of individuals who enjoy studying the Jewish roots of [...]

Sukkot 5778—a Pilgrim Feast

The year 5778 commenced with a shofar blast, and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) is upon us. We transition from a time of Godly sorrow and repentance during Yom Kippur, into a period of [...]