Medals are won in wars, where courage is required more than anything else. But what happens when life requires courage? When the wars we fight are despair, depression and doubt? Is there a place for courage? What is our reward? In this Coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef discuss what it means to have courage, why comfort is freely available and why some battles are uniquely chosen for us. Be encouraged while joining this weeks broadcast.
Tonight’s broadcast was an exciting mix of teaching and proclamation. Focusing on the often overlooked red heifer sacrifice, Yosef and Aliyah discuss how deep this sacrifice truly is and how we appropriate it, as believers in Yeshua. They discuss the depth of its propheticness, and it’s meaning for every believers walk of sanctification. This coffee break was described as “freeing,” so join us!
The current status of the world has many shouting “violence and turmoil.” Yet in these hard times, the intimate dialogue between Habakkuk and Yahweh provide us with a much needed message. A coffee break described as powerful and needed, we invite you to join us for encouragement and a change in perspective.
If you are fired up for a Shavuot message, then this Coffee Break is for you! Aliyah and Yosef discuss the promise of the Father, this gift of power which left the first believers in awe. They unpack this gift of the Holy Spirit and the baptism needed in our generation.
This week, Yosef and Aliyah answer biblical questions from the listeners of the Coffee Break. During the week, listeners sent in questions such as what are the trees in the book of Revelation? What is the sin that leads to death, who wrote Hebrews and more! This was described as a special, informative coffee break so join us to uncover some deep biblical truths.
When we are faced with an ever increasing lawless world that pushes us to question how we respond or who we choose to be, where do we turn to answer this question?
In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah lean into the word to discover what righteousness requires of us in every situation, including neighbors breaking lockdown!
Surrounded by threats and enemies, Nehemiah continued to do the great work of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem, just as Yahweh commanded him to. He was undeterred, but sometimes fearful at the many threats spoken against his life. Among those who spoke against him and threatened him was a prophetess named Noadiah and other prominent prophets among Gods people.
In this weeks Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef dive in to these passages of scripture pulling out gems and deep spiritual truths for today’s remnant. They look at what could have upset the prophets, how defiled the people had become and why it’s important to have a black and white viewpoint of truth.
Tonight’s Coffee Break was a little different but altogether, a great blessing.
Having been encouraged by Yeshua to create a space of prayer and blessing, Yosef and Aliyah shared a short word, and then had prompts for times of prayer. They also prayed a biblical verse over everyone who joined. You can use this Coffee Break as a guide and devotional for your own time of prayer and blessing for others. Come with hearts full to give and to receive.
Happy Passover season! Today we celebrated the gift of first fruit, this day of harvest, and the reality that Yeshua became our first fruit. In this weeks coffee break, Yosef breaks open the different harvests and how believers can choose to be in one of those harvests! Which harvest you choose to be in, will determine your destiny! Aliyah discusses the significance of first fruits as we begin the count towards Shavuot. This timely feast and coffee break will be a blessing to you in this season.
Our focus in the book of Daniel, is usually on the apocalyptic messages and prophecies that occupy the final pages of this book. Yet, Daniels story is rich. Encouraging, inspiring and strengthening our hearts if we encounter him in history, as a faith figure who was accustomed to hard times and allowing those hard times to build his faith. In this weeks coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef take a look at Daniel through his status as exile, refugee, persecuted, death row dweller. Yes, Daniel lived through each of these realities and good came from each of them! This encouraging message is needed right now, as we search for the hope and the encouragement in our present