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Archive for June, 2016

SERMON: Orlando and Pulse, Tel Aviv and Sarona, Settlers and Jihad … and lots more…

For us as American Jews, we have been hit with a double whammy. First, there was the terror attack at the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, killing four people. I have been to the Sarona Market … it’s new and it’s beautiful and just the right atmosphere to enjoy a leisurely evening. But the terrorists didn’t see it that way.

And then, just a few days later all of us as Americans were crushed and devastated by the terrorist attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. It is a place where people can go and be themselves and enjoy themselves. But the terrorist did not see it that way.

The terrorists, separated by thousands of miles, did see everything the same way … through the eyes of Radical Islam. President Obama seems to be the only one unable to say it, but everyone knows it. READ MORE

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SERMON: It Wasn’t Always Like This; June, Jerusalem and Mona Lisa

June has arrived and you know what that means! In the American calendar every month is equal, but some have special connotations associated with them … January is the beginning of the New Year, April is tax day, September is back to school. And June? Well, June used to be associated with graduations but you can’t help but notice that many colleges and universities now have their graduations earlier, maybe even March or April. You spend $40,000 a year to get your child educated and he/she goes to school for 3 and a half months! But June has another connotation, and that one is still with us. June … the month for marriage! READ MORE

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