It was green grass all the way. The sharp contrast from soft sand of Wilderness dunes. It was the first touch, the first sight, the first feel of promise. The promised land was in sight. Ready to be taken. Ready to be revealed. The promise of God, ready to be fulfilled. Yet, some of them stopped right there, by the first touch. In this Coffee Break Aliyah and Yosef discuss the reality of stopping before the full promises of Yahweh are revealed in your life. They encourage us to go deeper, into the fullest fulfillment of promise or risk rebellion, or partial fulfilment. Be inspired by the gentle touch of God as you listen to this broadcast described as a word of encouragement for right now.
Your life is significant. It matters. And it matters what you do with it. You could be the answer to someone’s prayer. The prayer for more laborers for the harvest field. Yeshua Himself said the harvest is plentiful, the laborers few. Pray the Master of the Harvest sends the laborers. He didn’t say pray for saved souls, He said pray for more laborers.
Perhaps that’s because souls are already ready? In this weeks broadcast, Yosef and Aliyah passionately break down the concepts of joy in harvesting, a significant life and why it’s the season of “harvest.” This Coffee Break is a special one. Join us for the first coffee break of 2020.
There’s a lot of fun, unpacking and education in this weeks coffee break!
Aliyah and Yosef dig into phrases you may have heard, in order to uncover whether they truly are in the Bible or not. Is money really the root of all evil? Does God help only those who help themselves? Did Eve eat an apple or how much study would you need to do to show yourself approved? These are just some of the topics discussed among many more. There’s a lot of nuggets in this one and a lot of wow moments, join us!
This week, Yosef shares a burden on his heart, for the women of Yeshua, while Aliyah touches on the women who served the first congregations. Unpacking the need for men to undo bias and come alongside the gifted women of God, this coffee break is both vulnerable and relevant.
In this weeks Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef waste no time in going behind the scenes.Behind the story of Genesis 12 and the call of Abram. Outlining a deeper faith than what the text states,
they dig in to the active Abraham, who did not merely wait to partner with God to change the world, but he acted and moved from the realm of servant to friend.
You may think you know Abraham, but you don't know Abraham like this! Described as a "wonderful message," we invite you to join the Coffee Break to be challenged, stirred up and awakened.
Korah. We know his name and even his rebellion against truth. But how well do we know his character, or find a depth within his own story that echoes into our own? In this weeks Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah fine tune our ears into the message of leadership and spiritual livelihood. They provide us with a deeper look into the call to discern, and know, which leaders to follow. This message is a warning, and a challenge, a truly soul stirring message.
The final Biblical feast for the year is here! The Last Great Day, Shemini Atzeret. This day is special, a day with depth and goodness for the present, and filled with hope and foreshadow for the future. In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah discuss the wonder and mystery of this final eighth day feast. Digging into the final revelation of what this means for the end of days, but what it also means for our daily living, today. Described as an encouraging Coffee Break, we invite you to join us!
This week was a special Sukkot Coffee Break where Aliyah and Yosef unpacked the different harvests in Ancient Israel and the harvest flow that corresponded with the festivals. The harvests are essential to the celebration of Sukkot, both the former and the latter harvest, join us and see why!
The Fall Feasts are here! Happy Yom Teruah and tonight’s special Feast Broadcast was a time of fellowshipping together, hearing the message for today and hearing the beautiful Shofar blast. If you missed the live broadcast, you can still listen in as we share a message about “readiness,” being watchful, and preparing your heart and life everyday. Come...
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.