Relevancy of the Temple for the Believer
Joe Good of Hatikva Ministries
Where: Smyrna Community Center, 200 Village Green Cir Smyrna 30080
Day & Time: Saturday July 27th 10am-4:45pm; Sunday July 28th 2pm-5:45pm
Some of you may already be familiar with Joe Good/Hatikva Ministries. Others many be new to the ministry, which is why we wanted to leave you with a little information about Joe and his ministry that revolves around the Temple. This lecture is set to take you into the Scripture from the 2nd Temple period to ongoing projects with the Temple today. Joseph “Joe” Good, of Hatikva Ministries, is a teacher, author and Temple Scholar. Joseph specializes inTemple Research and is involved in working with Rabbi Richman of The Temple Institute in Jerusalem, as well as other Rabbis in regards to the coming Temple. He currently prepares reports at their request on aspects of the Temple. These reports focus on its layout and function. Joseph has studied for years, exploring the original intent of scripture. Over the past twenty years he has been involved in numerous television series depicting the Hebraic Roots of the faith. His research was recently highlighted on the History Channel’s “The Naked Archaeologist.”
He has written several books including, Rosh HaShanah and the Messianic Kingdom to Come, which brought him international exposure, Prophecies in the Book of Esther and The Locations of the The Temple.
Saturday July 27th:
10am-11am Session 1
11:10- 12:30 Session 2
12:30- 2:00 Lunch
2:00-3:30 Session 3
3:40-4:45 Session 4
Sunday July 28th:
2:00- 3:00 Session 1
3:10- 4:30 Session 2
4:40- 5:45 Session 3
Smyrna Community Center
200 Village Green Circle
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