Passover 2015Brad Huss
April 3-5, 2015
Register By February 28
(prices increase March 1, 2015)
NEW! Pick your seat for the Passover meal on April 4 — register now for as low as $79 for adults, $39 for kids (3-11).
Please READ Before you place your order:
1. No seat is a bad seat. With our use of aisle space and large screens – you will have a memorable experience regardless of where you sit.
2. During the ticket purchase process, you will be required to choose your Seder Meal seat and table. If you have a group that you want to make sure you are sitting together, please order those tickets at the same time or within moments of each other.
3. We are not able to change the seating, rearrange the tables, or reserve seating as they are assigned only during the purchase process.
4. This ticket does not include accomodations to the hotel. You will need to reserve your hotel room.
5. The general teaching sessions are first come first serve seating (you are only choosing the Seder Meal seat during the registration process).
6. We can’t wait to see you at Passover! This will be the Feast Event of the Year!
Spotless. Sinless. He is the one in whom the Pharisees and Pilate could find no fault, the one whom the Father promised through Abraham, whose blood was prophesied on the doorposts in Egypt… the one who would become the ultimate sacrifice — for you.
Come and experience A Rood Awakening! International’s awe-inspiring, soul-stirring remembrance of the Passover that changed the world: Worthy is the Lamb.
Embassy Suites, Charlotte-Concord
5400 John Q. Hammonds Dr. NW
Concord, NC 28027
Registration (prices increase March 1):
Adults: $79 – $129
Children: $39 – $59 (ages 3-11)
Infants: Free (2 and under)
- NEW – pick your seat for the Passover Meal on Saturday night
- Teachings from Michael Rood, Arthur Bailey, and David Jesse
- Children’s Classes with Mrs. Noah
- Bring It To The World Ambassador Luncheon with Michael Rood
- Matza Mixer
- All-suites, on-site hotel
Friday, April 3
11:00 am Pre-registration
12:00 pm Breakout sessions
4:00 pm Matzah Mixer & Registration
7:00 pm Praise and worship
8:00 pm Shabbat Night Live with Michael Rood
Saturday, April 4
9:00 am Doors open
9:30 am Worship
10:00 am Teaching with Michael Rood
12:00 pm Bring It To The World Ambassador Lunch with Michael Rood
1:30 pm Doors open
2:00 pm Praise & worship
2:30 pm Teaching with David Jesse
4:00 pm Doors close for Passover meal set-up
6:00 pm Doors open for Passover meal
7:00 pm Passover meal and teaching with Michael Rood
Sunday, April 4
8:00 am Doors open
8:30 am Praise and worship
9:00 am Teaching with Arthur Bailey
11:00 am Mikveh teaching in main hall
12:30 pm Mikveh in the hotel pool
Host: Michael Rood
Michael Rood has earned his reputation as the Messianic matador who waves his tattered red cape in the face of the religious bull of this generation. Michael’s television series, Prepare for A Rood Awakening! from Israel, has been heralded as the most energetic exposition of Scriptural truth to come out of Israel in over a millennium.
Many families around the world use Mrs. Noah’s family study programs each week – along with other materials she develops. Her “funky” adventure stories are designed for growing families who want to expand their children’s awareness – using their imaginations – to feel the LIVING Scriptures, and how they can change our lives.
Apostle Bailey’s ministries span the continents of Africa, Asia and North America, equipping God’s people for the work of ministry and to answer the call of leadership, discipleship and service. With a focus on spirit-filled living, community revitalization and reconciliation he is uniquely gifted to raise the levels of expectation and standards of his audience, helping them to strive to know God, to listen to His voice and to respond to the challenge of being the Sons and Daughters of God.
In 2008, David traveled to Israel for the first time, and since then he has described himself as “a ruined man, who wouldn’t want it any other way.” His eclectic career path has seen him keep one foot in the ministry world, and the other in business. This combination of experience has uniquely prepared him to reach a new generation of Believers for the purpose of changing the world in Yeshua’s name.
What are the three different ticket levels?
Level 1 seating is the first 2 rows of the Seder Seating arrangement.
Level 2 seating is the 3rd and 4th rows the end tables of rows 1 and 2.
General Admission includes every other row including row 5.
Can I add people to my table at a later date?
If the table is already reserved from another ticket buyer – no.
If the table remains open by chance – yes.
What is included in the registration price?
The entire weekend of teachings and the Saturday evening Passover Seder meal are included. Accommodations and other meals are not included (breakfast is included if you book your room at the host hotel: Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord). If you are a Bring It To The World Ambassador, your registration also includes the Ambassador Luncheon with Michael Rood on Saturday. Not an Ambassador? You can sign up here.
The original Passover was the night of the tenth plague when the Israelites were enslaved in Egypt. All the firstborn in every household that were not “set apart” by the blood of a lamb on the doorpost of their homes died (Exodus 12).
An annual commemoration of being “passed over” was instituted by the Almighty:
“And you shall observe this thing as an ordinance for you and your sons forever. It will come to pass when you come to the land which the Lord will give you, just as He promised, that you shall keep this service. And it shall be, when your children say to you, ‘What do you mean by this service?’ that you shall say, ‘It is the Passover sacrifice of the LORD, who passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt when He struck the Egyptians and delivered our households.’”
~ Exodus 12:24-27
You may have heard someone say that we can’t really keep Passover because there’s no temple in Jerusalem. That’s true… but it doesn’t mean we can’t “celebrate” it!
Has Passover Been Fulfilled?
Yes, Passover has been fulfilled. On the tenth day of the month, the very day the Passover lamb was selected, Yeshua rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. This is the announcement that Yeshua is the Passover Lamb. As the people were all choosing their Passover lambs, the Almighty orchestrated this declaration of THE Passover Lamb.
A few days later, after his last meal with his disciples, which happened the evening before the Passover was sacrificed, Yeshua was arrested. Throughout the next day, as people prepared for their meals that night, he was questioned, beaten, mocked, and ridiculed, but officially declared faultless (John 19:6). Just as the Passover lamb was to be without flaw (Exodus 12:5), so was THE Lamb, the Messiah, flawless. Finally, the people called for Yeshua’s crucifixion.
As the Passover lambs were being sacrificed, the land became dark. Yeshua recited Psalm 22, and then, as the final lamb was sacrificed in the Temple, he cried “IT IS FINISHED,” bowed his head, and gave up the spirit, paying our debt.
For years, the sacrifice of lambs demonstrated the picture of a substitution for the price we owed for breaking the blood covenant with the Almighty. Finally, the Messiah came as THE substitution, redeemed us, and renewed the covenant.
The events of Passover served as a prophecy for the Messiah’s sacrifice — the day the blood of “THE” Lamb redeemed us from sin. Passover is the ultimate celebration of our deliverance from sin (Egypt) through the sacrifice and resurrection of Messiah Yeshua!