We are beginning our celebration of the Feast of Passover at Shiloh this weekend. This is the schedule of services and activities for the first weekend of our celebration.
This weekend Shiloh will begin our celebration of Passover. This feast is always a tremendous time of God’s anointing and this year there is a great anticipation for our Passover celebration. I personally am filled with hope for what God is going to do in our hearts.
Through this past winter, the Lord has been speaking deeply to us. From the time of our Feast of Tabernacles celebration in the fall, the Word of the Lord has been leading us closer to our Heavenly Father and to a greater awareness of His love for each of us.
At Shiloh, we have a group of people we call the First Generation. These are the ones who helped establish the beginnings of The Living Word Fellowship and Shiloh. Many of the First Generation, now 70-80 years old, labored alongside John Robert Stevens to build and establish fellowship churches in the days when it was…
For those of you planning to attend the celebration of Purim at Shiloh Saturday evening, March 19th, here are some details you’ll need to know…
On Saturday March 19, Shiloh will celebrate the Feast of Purim; the Biblical Feast celebrating the deliverance of the Jewish People from foes within the Persian Empire as told through the book of Esther.
God, our Father, so loved us in our broken, uncaring state that He sent His Son to show us His love and to open a way for us to come into a relationship with Him – It’s time to step boldly into that relationship and come to know the Father.
Shiloh is celebrating the fall feasts. The feasts are always a special time to experience God’s power and anointing in our lives.
Every once in awhile it is important to step back from the daily press and reconnect to the sense that it is God who is at work in us to will and to work His good pleasure (Phil 2:13).
In Exodus 12, as God was establishing the Passover, He told the children of Israel that they should celebrate the day as a memorial unto all generations. It was to be an experience that they would relive and teach to their children.