To the many of you whom I do not know personally, allow me to introduce myself. I'm a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) who for the last number of decades has been teaching and writing from the perspective of things that I am now seeing God restoring to His people. When I first came to know the Lord as a result of glorious supernatural experience, it seemed only natural to go to church.
But as I became familiar with many church doctrines, both what was included as well as what was excluded, after reading the New Testament for the first time, I began to see conflicts between what I knew were legitimate God-following texts and some of the doctrines and practices of the church at large. How could this be? So I started reading to find out. That was thirty-some years ago.
As a result, much of my teaching, preaching, and writing has to do with articulating these very issues. In the last number of years much has been done to restore what was lost of the Hebrew roots of the ekklesia, that is, the church. I will be sharing in my blogs thoughts to address some of those issues. As the church had flourished for the first 300 years until Constantine made some significant changes, much of what God is restoring to the church today is replacing once again that which was lost. It is my prayer that you will find these writings encouraging to your soul, inspiring to your spirit and joy to your heart.