Tabernacle with CMJ in the Texas Hill Country!

Featuring The Tabernacle Man, Dr. Terry Harman
A bedouin tent
Come meet the Tabernacle Man and learn what this Bedouin tent can teach us about Israel's wilderness wanderings.

Jews and many Christians around the world today still celebrate the great ancient and joyous Feast of Tabernacles every fall. This seven-day feast is an historical remembrance of Israel’s freedom from bondage in Egypt. For the followers of Yeshua, it commemorates God's fulfillment of his promise to tabernacle with us (John 1:14) even as we await Jesus’ imminent return! 

In the Messianic Age, every nation will be required to celebrate this very same Feast of Tabernacles as Jesus sits on his Kingdom throne in Jerusalem (Zech 14). Get a head start and learn about this important Feast of the LORD (Lev 23:2, 23ff). 

This event will feature the teachings and models of Dr. Terry Harman, the Tabernacle Man.

 

Attention Texas Friends!

We’re looking for congregations between Austin and San Antonio to help us inaugurate this kid-friendly teaching program the Tabernacle Man.

Dates available: October 10-15, 2022. Contact Ron First, CMJ USA Southwest coordinator, to schedule your congregation: ron.first@cmj-usa.org.

Photo: Terry Harman as a tabernacle high priest

Dr. Terry Harman as a High Priest

Feast of Tabernacles 2022 with CMJ USA and The Tabernacle Man

Model of the Tabernacle of God
Model for the Tabernacle of God

Sunday, October 9, 2022
4-6 p.m., CMJ congregational partner Christ Our King, New Braunfels, TX   

  • A giant Sukkah

  • Food and fun

  • Children’s activities

  • Teaching by Dr. Terry Harman  

Available Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 

Available Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022 

Available Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022 

Available Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022 

Available Friday, Oct. 14, 2022 

Available Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022 

 

Book your church today!

 

Here's a sample teaching by the Tabernacle Man, Terry Harman

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Article published on 08/15/2022