We all face disappointments, moments, relationships or even seasons that resonate with weary frustration. How do we deal with disappointments and promises from Father, still waiting to be fulfilled? Is there a purpose for the waiting? Yosef and Aliyah discuss the disappointment journey on this weeks coffee break!
In defining the makings of a true disciple, we often neglect to mention the commandments stirring disciples on towards a life of justice for those near and far. In Proverbs 31, Yahweh tells us to defend the rights of the orphaned, the poor, the destitute, and the broken! With this at the centre of the discussion, Yosef and Aliyah take us in to what it means to pursue justice for the world, the earth and the animals, a certain hallmark of a true disciple.
Bumper sticker scriptures. They’re everywhere, but tonight we mix devotional study and bible study together as we approach a very famous bumper sticker scripture.
Jeremiah 29 verse 11, we pick apart to uncover the very way Yahweh cares for us, thinks about us and walks with us every day and in to the future. Every part of this well known verse is layered with deeper meanings that we miss through familiarity. This coffee break is a message of hope for your today troubles and your tomorrow trials, so join us!
Do you often call yourself unworthy? Do you feel guilty and not good enough to approach Yahweh? In this coffee break Yosef and Aliyah unpack the self condemnation we so often lapse into. The ways we beat ourselves up and live defeated through the lies we believe about ourselves. To truly live the gospel means we are no longer bound by chains of defeat and condemnation, but we become a free people. Free from condemning thoughts, and from the accusations that keep us chained. Join us for an uplifting coffee break this week.
In this coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef dive in to the way Yeshua prayed, the oneness He shared with His Father, the key to prayer, and they answer significant questions about prayer. Can the devil hear me when I pray? Is there a formula for prayer? What should I pray for and what about faith? This is an inspiring coffee break filled with fire.
There is much confusion around the date for the first fruit celebration, with this has come a neglect of the true practical truths we can learn and apply from this feast. In this weeks coffee break, Yosef and Aliyah discuss the purpose of first fruits and the meanings behind this special time. Focused on Yeshua, we have hope because He became the first fruit from among the dead. Join us as we go deep!
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of Yahweh. Sounds simple enough. Keep the peace and it’s done. But it’s not that simple, because what if the balance of just keeping quiet to avoid conflict is the antithesis of peacemaking? What if peace comes through speaking up and acting in obedience? What if God is straining for our voices, waiting for the peacemakers to become change makers as they put themselves aside for a greater good?
In this weeks Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef unpack, uncover and unblock the real meaning of peacemaking as a child of Yahweh. This is an explosive one, so join us!
All of it. In His word, Yahweh is so specific about how to deal with the mildews of life.
In this week’s coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef discuss the Love of Yeshua in calling us toward examining our garment and questioning the mildew we might find therein. There’s a lot in this week’s broadcast, and it’s a message for this time and season as we near Passover.
Our present time is filled with darkness. Floods, death, darkness, hopelessness and so much more, fill the headlines and fill the hearts. Yet, we have this stirring to hope, to believe, to keep being light. In this coffee break, Yosef and Aliyah chat about the current signs and the mandate of Light. It’s an inspiring broadcast, one we hope encourages you too!
In this week’s coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef weigh in on some of the exciting things they’ve been getting up to recently. And then they discuss the season of Passover and the need to offer and receive forgiveness before this feast. Forgiveness is a tool of healing, a scientifically proven reality that impacts on not only the soul, but on the physical body as well. This week’s Coffee Break was described as “intense, true and needed, as forgiveness and love offer healing.” Join in and ask yourself who needs my forgiveness today?