June 29, 2019 – “The Pilgrimage of the Heart” – by Earl Smith

“The Pilgrimage of the Heart: “Prepare the way of Adonai, Make straight in the desert a highway for our G-d.”

July 6, 2018 – Eitz Chaim Message – by Joel Jelski

June 22, 2019 – “By What Authority?” – by Baruch Frost

“A look at how Yeshua handled the question “by what authority do you do these things?” in Luke 20:1-8 and the implications of the question and Yeshua’s answer in our lives today.”

June 15, 2019 – “What Gospel are we Preaching?” – by David Schiller

“Using the acrostic G-O-S-P-E-L, Rabbi Schiller looks at the basics of the Gospel, the oft-times missing element of Repentance, and the Urgency of sharing the Good News of Y’Shua with our people Israel.”

June 8, 2019 – “Shavuot 2019 – I am a Jealous God.” – by David Schiller

“For Shavuot, Rabbi Schiller speaks on the 3rd commandment concerning the Jealousy of God, where the LORD emphasizes that He wants a relationship with us marked by our Priority, Fidelity and Intimacy.”

June 1, 2019 – “How the Gospel Changes and Shapes our Life.” – by David Schiller

“In this drash, Rabbi Schiller looks at how the Gospel, more than the Law, transforms our hearts and lives; causes us to be humble and serve others; and unlike the Moralist or Relativist, focuses us on Y’Shua and His love. He is our life!”

May 18, 2019 – “Messianic Capitalism” – by Vladimir Pikman

May 11, 2019 – “In what do we Boast?” – by David Schiller

“Rabbi Schiller explores Galatians 6 and how we can serve and not exploit our neighbor, finding the answer to be boasting not in ourselves, but only in the Cross, seeing what Y’Shua did for us on the Cross, how we are accepted by God through the Cross, and embracing the offense of the Cross.”

May 4, 2019 – “Can these Bones Live?” – by David Schiller

“Rabbi Schiller looks at Rom 6 today and the topic of Regeneration – if one is truly Born Again, it will be evidenced by a new heart, a new spirit, a new nature, and a new life! We who died to sin, how can we live in it any longer?”

April 20, 2019 – “Pesach and the Crucifixion.” – by David Schiller

“Y’Shua the Messiah was crucified on Pesach, as our Pesach Lamb. In this message, R. Schiller looks at Y’Shua’s provocative words from the Cross, “My God , My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?,” and explores the meaning of Y’Shua’s death and it’s tie in to Ps 22.”

March 23, 2019 – “Purim and the Forbidden Fruit.” – by Rusty Acheson

April 27, 2019 – “Restoring the Ministry of Messiah Pt 3” – by JB Bernstein

April 13, 2019 – “Restoring the Ministry of Messiah Pt 2” – by JB Bernstein

April 6, 2019 – “Restoring the Ministry of Messiah Pt 1” – by JB Bernstein

March 30, 2019 – “Are We Preaching Another Gospel?” – by David Schiller

“In this challenging message, Rabbi Schiller looks at Matthew 7 and asks if we’re preaching the true Gospel of the narrow way, repentance, a changed life as evidence of true saving faith, and knowing a tree by its fruit.”

March 16, 2019 – “Revisiting the Woman at the Well” – by David Schiller

“Rabbi Schiller looks at the story of the Samaritan Woman, and what it teaches us today about how to share our faith with transparency, simplicity, and boldness, focusing on Y’Shua’s love for us even while we’re yet sinners, which at the same time humbles us to the ground and yet affirms us to the skies.”

The Palace EC Purim 2019

March 9, 2019 – “Red Letters & Shifting Sands!” – by George Reninger

March 2, 2019 – “Romans Part 22 – Y’Shua the Politician.” – by David Schiller

“Rabbi Schiller discusses the issues of govt today in Rom 13 by looking at Y’Shua’s confrontation over whether it’s lawful to pay taxes to Caesar. We see that our ultimate allegiance is to God and His Kingdom, not Caesar and his kingdom.”

February 23, 2019 – “Jews & Arabs – One in Messiah.” – by Milad Khoury

February 16, 2019 – “Romans Part 21 – Let Love Be Without Hypocrisy.” – by David Schiller

“Rabbi Schiller completes Romans 12 today with a look a godly character traits and the exhortation to let your love be without hypocrisy; abhor what’s evil; and cling to what’s good.”