We are a husband and wife team called to prepare a people for the soon return of Messiah. We believe that we have been called to be part of the commonwealth of Israel making us citizens of the Kingdom of YHVH by Faith in His Son Yeshua. However, that does not mean that we are to live as we please. We have been blessed with His Ruach that guides us into all truth and teaches us the difference between the holy and the profane as we walk out the Torah of YHVH in our every day lives. We believe that we have all been called to live a life of maturity and to move from being a believer into a true disciple. We believe that this can only be achieved once a true understanding of who we are is taught and accepted. Yeshua through His death and resurrection opened the way for each and everyone of us to be included in His eternal plan, an thereby enter into the family by faith and each of us has the right to mature and become a True Son or Daughter of Inheritance. We teach the Message of Adoption and Inheritance as well as the Message to the Remnant of YHVH in this generation. May all that is posted here speak to your heart Mat 28:19” Therefore, go and make taught ones of all the nations
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Believing in YHWH’s Word and Living by His Spirit
In 2009 Yosef and Aliyah launched their first blog, from a tiny room in their home. A place to casually share their Bible learnings with the world, the blog was called Seeking Truth in Torah and reflected their journey in to the Hebrew Roots of the Christian faith. It began as an extension of the pastoring work Yosef was involved in, as well as the counselling work Aliyah was doing. Within a few months they started a weekly class with a hand full of attendees, where the Bible was taught.
Two years later, Yosef and Aliyah were teaching 5 classes a week and hosting gatherings for the festivals. It was then where Seeking Truth in Torah evolved in to a ministry, a ministry with a heart for training, discipling and building up others with the truth of Gods word. Yosef graduated with his degree in theology and Aliyah finished up her master’s degree and both were ordained as ministers. During this time, a raging fire was lit in both Aliyah and Yosef, a fire to share the Bible with the nations of this world! So after 3 years of teaching, they left class teachings and set out on outreach mission trips.
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The race set before us is a long one, an enduring one. In this life though, there are hurdles and obstacles. We grow tired and need that calm, comforting, encouraging hand on our backs.
In this week's Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah take us into that place of comforting and encouragement with words from Hebrews 12. Yeshua is ultimately the Author and Perfecter of our Faith, join us to hear how.
In the 1st century AD in the plains of Northern Mesopotamia, an independent kingdom and its royal family would play a vital role in the lives of the Jewish people. They were dedicated Zoroastrians, but when their queen Helena heard the truth about Yahweh, His Law and His people, her heart turned towards the One True God. Her conversion would save the lives of thousands and it would impact the the stones, the land and the history of Jerusalem. This is her story.
Matthew 23 is a complex warning from the mouth of our Messiah. The Pharisees sat on the seat of Moses, teaching Torah and a lot more. Yet, Yeshua said “do not do what they do!” In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah unpack this warning and it’s implications for our present day.
This week the Coffee Break returns!
Aliyah and Yosef are bringing some deep truths about Elul and our identity in Yeshua. Traditionally, Elul is a time for reflection yet for us who believe in Yeshua, it’s a time of deep grace and deep belief. Belief in who we are and in who He is, in every season. Be inspired and be filled with hope on this weeks broadcast.
Hebrews details for us the importance of the change of the office of the High Priest from the levites to Yeshua our Melchizedek. Yeshua became our High priest thereby instituting a change and establishing a new priesthood, yet with the same mandate to make disciples and to be the messengers of reconciliation and atonement. In this teaching Yosef explains the night before Yeshua's death as well as the importance of being set apart unto YHWH so that we might be the change in the world. This and much more in this teaching.
The gospel was given to us by a Loving God. His character and love for all His creation meant that no one has ever been denied His continual offer of salvation. Yet, the wicked heart of humankind is what keeps us from receiving that salvation, acknowledging our sin and committing to a lifestyle change. Such was the case with the two ladies you will meet today. Both, were part of the ruling upper class, both were deeply sinful and committed to wickedness, yet both had a chance to hear the gospel preached because of God’s deep love. Did they change? Did they accept the God of their ancestors, or was a Holy life beyond their desire or grasp? The book of Acts reveals all about Drusilla and Bernice.