What is One New Man?
Have you recently joined us for a service but are having trouble understanding this concept called, “One New Man”?
For many of you, the concept of Jews and Gentiles coming together to worship as “One New Man” is a foreign one. For others, maybe you are familiar with this idea but not really sure why the One New Man Lifestyle is important.
We know that you have had questions about this topic, and we are so excited to be able to answer them for you!
At Curt Landry Ministries, we understand that this separation was never God’s desire for us, and that we are empowered to be who we are called to be, with a greater understanding of our Father and ultimately of ourselves. The message of The One New Man takes us deep into the Hebrew roots of Christianity and provides us with a clearer understanding of the foundations of our faith, thus allowing us to better know our God. The message of The One New Man helps us to walk in covenant revelation!
Our free Guide to the One New Man Lifestyle will provide you with valuable information and answer many of your questions.
Have you recently joined us for a service but are having trouble understanding this concept called, “One New Man”? Would you like to receive a response to your much sought after questions?
- What is One New Man?
- Who are we and what do we believe?
- Why do we celebrate the Feasts as Born Again Believers?
- What is the significance of the Jewish calendar to Christians?
- How is the Jewish calendar different from Gregorian calendar and why does that matter?
- What is Immersion and how is it different from Water Baptism?
- What is a Covenant and how does it affect my relationship with God and my understanding of the Bible?
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