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I'm sorry it's been so long since I've sent an issue of Torah Sisters Magazine! But I pray you all were as busy as I was celebrating the Feasts! And, oh, what blessed Feasts I had! I spent some with my local body of believers and some with believers from all over the country. What a privilege to spend time in fellowship with people from all walks of life who are committed to worshiping the Savior on His appointed days. The kindness, generosity and sweet fellowship of all the people of God who I worshiped with will never be forgotten, both near and far. I pray your Feasts were just as blessed! Now, we look to the Spring Feasts!
7 Ways to Share Your Faith With Your Friends & Family
By Kayte Abaffy: Producer of The Way Documentary
Two years ago, I was driving on the Paciﬁc Coast Highway with my husband, sparkling blue ocean to our left and golden mountains to our right, coming home to Los Angeles from a transformative conference in San Diego. Torah keepers had gathered for a weekend of learning stuff and worshipping and hanging out by the pool till 2am sharing our stories. And that weekend wasn’t just an awesome conference – it was the start of us ﬁlming for The Way documentary, and our ﬁrst real deep dive into the experiences of people walking in The Way.
Even after we’d only interviewed our ﬁrst handful of people, something had already become clear: sharing your new walk with friends and family is … well … a thing. When we asked interview subjects how people reacted to their new walk (siblings, children, spouses, parents, pastors, lifelong friends), lots of interesting body language things would happen – eyes would well up with tears or dart to the ﬂoor, or there’d be a great big sigh, or laughter, or a look of searching for the right words to make a tough situation sound positive.
Of course, some people’s families or friends had taken instant interest, or tried hard to understand what their loved one was learning in the Word. And some even quickly came to the same understanding. But for lots of others, the reactions ranged from cold shoulders to confusion, awkwardness to outright hostility.
So how do you share you walk (and enthusiasm for the Torah) with people you love, when there seems to be so much baggage surrounding a conversation that hasn't even begun yet? Click here to read the rest of this article.
Kosher Grocery Store Tour
By Land of Honey Blog
Recently I had the chance to spend a couple of days in Chicago and made a stop at Hungarian Kosher Foods - the largest exclusively kosher grocery store in the Midwest! I found the idea of a food store where nothing is forbidden by Scripture very welcoming! While I always read labels and look for kosher certification I love the idea of a safety net, so to speak, being in place. No need to worry about surprise bacon in a deli salad or figuring out if the cheese is vegetarian or not. The kosher beef doesn't sit below the sausage. You don't have to wonder if that sushi was mislabeled. Everything in the place is certified kosher. Ready to see the place? Grab a cart and let's go! Click here to read the entire article.
Ezer Kenegdo Resource List
By Heidi Cooper
This is a topic I have wanted to write about for some time. But it seems to be one of those things that – the more I learn, the more I realize I don’t know. I don’t feel prepared to write my own article yet, but I want to help women learn their role as the ezer kenegdo, which is the Hebrew often translated helpmeet or helpmate. It means so much more in the Hebrew, and often suprises me as I learn more about the Hebrew view of a woman and wife. Having a better understanding of this concept has been life-changing in my marriage. Yes, that is our wedding picture. I want the same for you. So, here is a collection of articles, books and anything else I could find to help you better understand the ezer kenegdo. Click here to read the entire article.
5 Reasons Christians Should Keep The Torah
From Freedom Hill Community
2 Timothy 3:16 says that all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness. But many Christians today have forgotten some very important parts of Scripture—namely, the "instructions" of God, or in Hebrew, Torah.
How much do you really know about the Torah? Well, if you’re a Bible-believing Christian, you might be surprised to discover just how relevant the Torah is to your walk with the Lord. Please consider these 5 reasons that Christians should keep the Torah and join the Christians around the world who are retuning to God's Word. See the video.
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