"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work." 

2Timothy 3:16-17

Shalom!

 

"The Hebrew language is the best language of all...If I were younger I would want to learn this language, because no one can really understand the Scriptures without it."

 

~ Martin Luther

"From every line in the New Testament, from every word, the Jewish spirit streamed forth light, life, power, endurance, faith, hope, love, charity, limitless and indestructible faith in God."
 
~ Isaac Lichtenstein, Chief Rabbi of Hungary 1909

About Us:

The Living Room is a Hebraic Christian home fellowship in Spokane, Washington.  While our Sabbath services are no longer being held, we are working on a weekly Torah study time as there is interest. Call or email if this is a desire of yours. Also in the works is a weekly video teaching meant to help individual families discuss Biblical issues in their own living room. As all truth requires two witnesses, we believe that God reveals Himself to us today in tangible ways through both the study of Scripture and the works of the Holy Spirit. There is a way which seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death. We are saved from the spiritual death that results from sin through faith in the death, burial, and resurrection in God's Son, Yeshua. As His children we are called and enabled to serve Him in this world through obedience to His Word. In this way, God is able to work thruugh our actions to prove Himself to a world that needs to know He is real and loves them more than they can imagine.

Where & When

We are currently not meeting for Sabbath services. Call or email for our next planned gathering.

 

email: kevin@kingdomstar.com

Also see us on Facebook  for current information, discussions, and more.

We also have an outreach to pregnant teens that we are developing called Bun in the Oven Bakery. For more information about this click here.

Shofar in the sky on Feast of Trumpets.