Kickstarter Update #1

The campaign is underway and it is exciting to see pledges come in.  Currently, we are sitting at 10% with about 10% of our time gone…  Please pass the word, share, etc.  If you need a banner or sidebar to promote this, check out what Hebrew Nation Radio has on their home page…

This is a very special opportunity to reach many, many people with the message of the Hebrew roots of our faith!!

To make a contribution, the Kickstarter page is here.

Repairing the Breach! Kickstarter campaign!!

WorldNetDaily’s World Ahead Press would like to republish Repairing the Breach and advertise it through WND’s powerful media voice.  This is an incredible opportunity to introduce the Hebraic roots message to a very large audience with potentially millions hearing the message.  We need your help!!

After prayer and considerable discussion with wise counsel, we are undertaking a Kickstarter campaign. Together, I believe we can have a major impact!

Please pray, share this campaign on Facebook and your other social media accounts, and strongly consider helping.  Blessings!!

Repairing the Breach Kickstarter Campaign

(Or, click the ‘K’ in the video below.)

Terrific continued dialog between Dr. Rivkah Adler and Al McCarn, re: The Dilemma of the Ger

The below linked article is a must read in the continued dialog between Dr. Adler and Al McCarn.  Please read, digest and ponder.  May Abba be glorified as He works out His plan of restoration in the world!!

A Jewish Response to The Dilemma of the Ger – http://wp.me/p4cMjG-1qV

But, is this good for Israel??

The new American President, Donald Trump, donald-trump-speeh-inaugurationhas been inaugurated.  Attitudes at my job  ranged from very negative doldrums to positive exuberance.  In my head, I kept asking, ‘but, is this good for Israel?’

As a US Army veteran who undertook this Hebrew roots transformation, my understanding of myself and Israel have been radically transformed such that my view of this election and the last couple years of American policy have changed considerably.  My guiding thought, regarding American politics, has been, ‘but, is this good for Israel?’

Some years ago, even before I began asking the really hard questions of Scripture, I found myself coming to a place where I could no longer pledge allegiance to the United States of America.  Not that I do not love this country, but I could no longer write a blank check of allegiance to a nation that was, and continues to be, so involved in immoral activities and actions, both here and abroad. Continue reading “But, is this good for Israel??”

In living color…

Someone recently intimated that I should leave behind all I have learned the last five years and return to the church….   I was speechless!  It would be like quitting high def color TV and returning to the monstrous black and white sets of two generations ago! 

Only when I began actually doing what the Torah says, i.e., keeping Shabbat and the feasts, eating clean, etc, did the Bible really come alive.  Then, like living color, I began to see and understand parts that I only thought I understood before.

Do you want blessings, wisdom and understanding?  Begin to walk Torah.  Anything else is just grainy black and white.

But his delight is in the Torah of Adonai, and on His Torah he meditates day and night. He will be like a planted tree over streams of water, producing its fruit during its season. Its leaf never droops— but in all he does, he succeeds.
Psalms 1:2‭-‬3 TLV

http://bible.com/314/psa.1.2-3.TLV

The Jerusalem Debate: An excellent series on a challenging topic….

20161023_093414-1Having just returned from Jerusalem and celebrating my second feast in the Land, I can tell you that being there changes me.  You may also understand from numerous travel posts concerning our most recent trip, being in Israel at the pilgrim feasts has a profound effect on Judah to see us in the Land.

Oddly, there are a number of objections given for why some people do not go up for the feasts.  Following is an introduction to the subject written by Sue Wyatt with some forewords by the Barking Fox and then a series of short articles written by Bob Parham and hosted by Lamb’s Servant.

I HIGHLY recommend taking the time to think through and wrestle with this material.  You will be challenged and, I think, changed!   Buckle your seat belt….

The Jerusalem Debate – Introduction | The Lamb’s Servant

 

The Jerusalem Debate – Eleven Objections and Responses | The Lamb’s Servant

Israel Inspired: What’s the Story with these Torah Observant Gentiles?

As Jeremy returns from his cross country tour, he and Ari discuss the historically unparalleled phenomenon of Torah studying gentiles who love Israel and the Jewish people. What is at the core of this movement? What is the motivation? Tune in as Ari and Jeremy address both the harmony and the tension that this revolution is bringing to the world.

I just listened to a recent episode of Israel Inspired with Rabbis Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel titled, What’s the Story with these Torah Observant Gentiles?  WOW!!!  What a great and encouraging listen!  Highly, highly recommended.  The show made my eyeballs sweat a couple times!

We continue to have evidence, over and over, that Abba is doing something amazing in our day.  These two gentlemen not only acknowledge it, but are asking some of the very hard questions that need to be asked?  Who are we?  Why is this happening?  What do they, the Jews, do with us?

This is a MUST listen episode.

Enjoy!

Modern inquisitions and being burned at the stake…

Foxe’s Book of Martyrs is a volume every believer shouldburned-at-the-stake read.  It is at once sad, amazing and instructive to read the accounts of those who stood in the face of the religious establishment, even going to the flame.  Convinced of Scripture over the religious traditions and self appointed authorities of their day, men and women refused to back down from the crush of an all-powerful establishment preferring death to compromise.

Protestantism reveres the many martyrs who paved the way not only for the Reformation, but the spread of the ideas of the Reformation that broke the choke hold a few religious elites had on the Word of God.  Ironically, those self-same elites would burn others at the stake who do not agree with their narrow understanding of Scripture, even when clearly shown Scripture that contradicts their assertions.  More in a minute.

The Torah awakening that has been and continues to sweep the globe is not without many warriors who have paid a serious price to face off against the establishment.  Anyone who has been on this walk for any period of time will receive serious confrontation by religious elites who don’t like their little boats rocked.  This movement that began nearly thirty years ago, and now numbers in the millions, has battle hardened – and weary – leaders who have the wounds and scars of persecution from the establishment.

At the BYNA Summit several months ago I had the rare opportunity to enjoy dinner with Continue reading “Modern inquisitions and being burned at the stake…”

Christian Seders a Growing Phenomenon

Breaking Israel News (BIN) has a terrific article up this morning that delves in the Seder observance of Messianic and Hebrew roots believers.  I appreciate Eliyahu, the author, giving us a fair shake and accurately reflecting our position, even if he is not entirely in agreement.  I appreciate, too, that he uses a number of individuals to confirm various degrees and types of observances among our larger community.

It is very interesting to track BIN’s fascination with and coverage of Messianic and Hebrew roots believers as they exit the Church in droves as the Spirit leads them back to the ancient paths.  BIN recognizes something deeply spiritual and prophetic is occurring and they are bravely willing to openly wrestle with it.  We must walk in grace and humility sharing when given opportunity and letting the Ruach do His work!

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“And this day shall be unto you for a memorial, and ye shall keep it a feast to the LORD; throughout your generations ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance for ever.” Exodus 12:14 (The Israel Bible™)

Annie Washburn of rural Tennessee, with her hair covered and modestly dressed, can pass for an Orthodox Jew. Her family held a seder for about 20 people. It became clear that this was not a traditional Jewish home when, in true Passover spirit, her Chasidically bearded husband, Tom, slaughtered a lamb. “As a memorial, not a sacrifice,” she stressed.

Susan Conrad Gates from Indiana adopted many Jewish rituals as important aspects of her Christian observance, lighting Shabbat candles every week and observing Hanukkah. She also reads the weekly Torah portion on Saturday, incorporating readings in the Gospel. Thirty years ago, reading the Bible led her to wonder if people still observed the feasts. At that time, she took part in a Passover seder led by the Chosen People Ministries. For her it is significant as, Continue reading at BIN…