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B'shalach "When he let go"
Torah Reading 
Shabbat: Exodus 13:17-17:16

Paul Wilbur Weekend

Purchase and read Paul Wilbur's newly released book, A King is Coming

Listen to Paul Wilbur's latest CD, "Forever Good". It will connect you to the joy and presence of our Heavenly Father.

Paul Wilbur will be ministering at TAK, Friday and Saturday, February 9th & 10. Friday, February 9th during our 7:30 pm Shabbat Service, Paul will be teaching and ministering the insights and revelations Adonai has imparted to him.

Saturday, February 10th during our 11:00 am
Torah Service
, will be a complete Paul Wilbur
take-over! Paul will be ministering in song during
​our worship service as well as being our Shabbat speaker.  

Saturday Evening, February 10th at 7:00 pm,
​TAK opens it's doors for its 2018 Paul Wilbur Concert. Admission is free. A love offering with be collected.

Paul Wilbur is an internationally-acclaimed worship artist, song writer, pastor, and
teacher. Through his newly released book “Touching the Heart of God:
Embracing the Calendar of the Kingdom,” Paul longs to reunite Christians with
their Jewish foundation, thereby, creating unity among God’s people—Jew and
Gentile. Paul speaks a language of melody and meaning that reaches far beyond
cultural, social, and political borders to touch people directly with the love of God.

For over 38 years, Paul has been leading worship before crowds of thousands in
the Middle East, singing to packed soccer stadiums throughout Latin America,
and bringing his anointed Messianic message directly to the people of Israel. His
partnership with Integrity Music has resulted in projects such as, “Up To Zion,”
“Shalom Jerusalem,” and “Your Great Name.” With award-winning sales in the
millions and a Latin Dove Award for best live praise and worship album of the
year, there is no end in sight for this growing team. Paul truly believes that the
Lord inhabits the praises of His people, and in that presence there is fullness and