The Healing Power of Forgivness
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The Healing Power of Forgivness

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?

The Perspective of Light.
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The Perspective of Light.

Doom and gloom. It fills the headlines in both the secular and spiritual circles. It’s the kind of thing the flesh craves, bad news and messages of darkness. In the weeks Coffee Break Yosef and Aliyah unpack this reality along with the urgency of spreading hope. Sharing one side of the story can be damaging, especially when it comes to prophecy.

If you need a pick me up, or you interested in hearing Yeshua’s message for this hour, than this one’s for you!

A Royal Priesthood – A Holy People.
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A Royal Priesthood – A Holy People.

Called to be a Holy people. A holy nation. With holy garments, holy furnishings, and a holy place. This call to holiness echoes deeply in to the identity of every true son and daughter of Yahweh. In this weeks Coffee Break, Aliyah and Yosef discuss the recurring call to holiness, and how need it is in the body of Messiah. Through personal experience, and recent revelation, they sound the call to walk the highway of holiness, with conviction and commitment. This broadcast is a prophetic word in season.

Pattern from Above
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Pattern from Above

Moses was shown a pattern on the mountain, a heavenly pattern. One the Almighty offered to His people Israel. It was a pattern of detail, not only physical but spiritual. A pattern of growth. A pattern of our growth.

In this coffee break, Yosef and Aliyah discuss what Yahweh offered to Moses on the mountain and how that pattern should influence and lead every part of our spiritual walk. They discuss the heart of Yahweh, His heart of love as He offered Israel the chance to live out this pattern. The message of this Coffee Break was described as "beautiful." Come be inspired, stirred and have your spirit refreshed, Join us!

Sinai Sent us Forth.
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Sinai Sent us Forth.

Promise - maker, promise- keeper!
Yahweh spoke to Moses from the inner cliffs of a deep mountain, a place where sheep were grazing and Moses was hiding. From that conversation, Yahweh Himself uttered a promise, a promise that would become a sign. A sure sign that Elohim was with Him. In this week’s coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef speak truthfully about the promise of Sinai and how it relates to our lives. They dig into the gospel given at Mount Sinai, and how the great commission and its mission was and still is a call to give truth to a dying world. A call given in time, for our time.
This week’s broadcast was described as “filled with fire,” join us!

Between a rock and the Red Sea.
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Between a rock and the Red Sea.

Yahweh led the Israelites out of Egypt, with a mighty victory and plunder loaded on to the wagons, they went out in to a new time of freedom. Yet as they took their freedom walk in to the dawn of a new day, they found themselves camping by an impossible sea with the bloodthirsty chariots of Pharaoh hot on their heels. It was a scary, uncertain, fretting time. A time of fear. In this Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah break down the meaning of this time. The connection it has with our own lives, especially for those of us still waiting on our breakthroughs and promises.

They speak about the just released World Watch List, and the great commission. The rise in persecution for believers, but the call in first Timothy to pray, intercede and petition for all humankind. What are we doing for the kingdom, for the great commission and our persecuted family? Join us for the coffee break this week, for encouragement and challenge.

Are you Still Afraid?
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Are you Still Afraid?

Are we preparing for a wedding or a war? Are we afraid of the signs, or rejoicing because our work is plentiful and the workers are few? In this week’s coffee break, Aliyah and Yosef light it up, Ruach anointed about what it means to be bound to the pharaoh of fear. They look at the basis of Gods calendar and rhythm of time as He set them free from Egypt and its task masters. That calendar not only ushered in feasts and sabbaths, but also the reassurance that everything in their lives was fashioned by His time clock. Are you feeling nervous about the current signs or the wave of doom and gloom messages making the rounds? Then this coffee break is for you!

Its Simple
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Its Simple

Welcome to 2019! In this week's Coffee Break, Yosef and Aliyah challenge the meaning behind the worlds obsession with busyness. They talk about prophetic words for the year, living in alignment with God's direction and how much time do we really have on this earth? Is it about busyness, or is it about idling, join the fire on this weeks broadcast!

This is Life
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This is Life

This is life, It’s the call to go, to step outside, even if it’s to your neighbours house, or your friends place. It’s the call to go, further than you ever thought you’d go, to the far flung places without hope. This is life, It’s the call to believe, to love, to be filled with fire, to speak. This is the challenge, so where is He telling you to go, will you agree and change this world for Yeshua?

Lost In Joy
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Lost In Joy

In John 15 Yeshua tells His disciples to bear fruit and so glorify the Father. Yet, we often don't stop to consider or define the kind of fruit He wishes us to bear. In this week's Coffee Break, we unpack the fruits of John 15, and more importantly the fruit of Joy, an often neglected fruit we are to bear. We also unpack the connection between joy and laying down your life for another. Connecting John 15 and the healing of the crippled man in Acts chapter 3, we discover something profoundly beautiful emerge. Join us this week!