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Friday, 13 November 2015
Tennessee Tikkun Institute

There is just over one week left until this Institute on Messianic worship. Dan Juster has done a great deal of work on this and is looking forward to sharing this thoughts and research.

I wanted to send this announcement about Dan Juster teaching in Nashville: the Tikkun Tennessee Institute will take place in Nashville on November 21 & 22, 2015.

Topic: Messianic Worship in Spirit and Truth led by Dr. Dan Juster with Brant Boneh and Michael Weiner.

When: Saturday November 21st and Sunday November 22ndnd 2015.

There will be 3 sessions: 7-9PM on Saturday evening; 9-11:30AM on Sunday morning; and 12:30-3PM on Sunday afternoon.

Where: Holiday Inn Nashville Airport, http://www.hinashville.com/
2200 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville, TN 37214
Phone: 1-615-883-9770; Reservations: 1-866-871-1171

Cost: Hotel rooms are 25 each for any number of persons including one full breakfast for one person. Attendance for the institute is 5 per person which includes lunch and breaks.

Here is Dan's overview:

Messianic Jewish Worship can potentially be one of the highest forms of worship on earth. Why? If it is done right, it integrates these four important dimensions.

1. The psychology of worship. Yes, God made us to respond more fully and to enter into a time of pleasing him when principles of how humans can best worship are followed.

2. The experience of ancient rooting so our worship has depth of historic continuity. This rooting for us is Jewish and reaches back to Scripture, apostolic patterns and more.

3. Depth of Biblical/theological content in worship that enriches the total experience.

4. The climactic understanding of the place of the Messiah’s supper in its Jewish context as a transformative center for worship.

The first two sessions will be teaching about worship and session 3 on Sunday afternoon will be a worship service that models the previous teaching.

It is important that people preregister to attend - you can do that here - and we would love you to join us for this exciting event.

Posted By Michael Weiner, 11:07am Comment Comments: 0