Akhashverosh (Xerxes) hears about Mordechai in the chronicles

Studies and resources on Purim (Feast of Lots in the book of Esther)

Akhashverosh (Xerxes) hears about Mordechai in the chronicles
Medo-Persian king Akhashverosh (Xerxes) listens to the chronicles of the kingdom and hears that Mordechai thwarted a plot to assassinate him but wasn’t honored. From the 2009 dramatic reading of Esther at Hallel Fellowship.

An interactive condensed drama from the book of Esther

Hallel Fellowship celebrates Purim — the Festival of Lots on the 12th and 13th days of God’s calendar, or roughly February–March — with a fun take on the deadly serious account of the thwarted genocide of the Yehudim (Jews) living in exile in Persia in the fifth century B.C.E. This dramatic reading of the book of Esther — arranged for six readers — preserves the dialogue from the Bible while condensing the narrative. [more]

Reflections on the importance of Purim for believers in Yeshua

Listen to and read presentations on the “story behind the story” in the book of Esther. [more]

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