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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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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One of the most important questions we will be asked is “who are you?” We might be tempted to answer with a title, a job description or a college degree, but is this who we really are? Is this really how the Father would describe us?
In this week’s Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef uncover the question of “who am I?” By unpacking, with great emotion, the truth of our identity through the eyes of a Great and Loving Father. Weaving through Colossians and Ephesians, they dig into the powerful spiritual blessing of seeing ourselves through the eyes and image of Yeshua. This Coffee Break will stir your heart, and challenge your sense of self.
The month of Elul has dawned. The time of harvest is here and as the king is in the field with us, we ask ourselves what does this harvest look like? And what harvest are we bringing fort for Him, from our hearts? In this weeks Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah speak to the biblical heart of the month of Elul and Yom Teruah. Unpacking the errors and man made traditions which have infiltrated this deep celebration. This message is inspiring, prophetic and timely, join us!
Luke in his gospel takes us beyond the crowds into the inner circle of Yeshua’s most faithful followers, into the company of His most trusted disciples. Luke names the 12, and then he names 3. Three women are in the inner circle, and among these women is Joanna. A woman of nobility and wealth, a woman who risked it all to follow the Messiah.
Often, the Promised Land feels like a reality only when a God given promise is fulfilled. Or a hope is seen or touched. But the redemption of Israel was with the goal of bringing a unified people into a Promised Land. So how does that apply to us? Is our promised land now? Is it covenant based? And which covenant is our access point? This Coffee Break is a beautiful message of encouragement and truth, you won’t want to miss it as Aliyah and Yosef answer these questions and much more.
Zachariah in chapter 4 sees a vision of a lampstand with a bowl at its top. On the stand was seven lamps with seven spouts leading to them. He also saw two olive trees -one on the right-hand side of the bowl and the other on its left. For many, this cryptic vision which appears almost like a riddle, may be hard to grasp, unravel and understand and that is alright, for the prophet Zechariah himself could not grasp its understanding at the onset. The meaning of these verses is vitally important for us to understand as it is coming into fruition within these final days. Not only are these verses significant to this time in history, these verses should become meaningful and personal to us as children of God.
In this weeks coffee, Aliyah and Yosef turn over the question of, where are we in our course? Are we flying high, cruising or in a dog fight? Drawing inspiration from the wilderness redemption, they discuss the very place we all headed towards, our inheritance. It’s a deep coffee break, real and vulnerable. Join us!