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Our ministry name is based on Jeremiah 6:16. Yeshua lived His life demonstrating how we are to live our lives, that is in following the "ancient path". See the teaching The Way, The Truth and The Life from our series designed specifically for those new to Hebrew Roots or those in mainstream Christianity who are questioning just what the hubbub is all about concerning those "Messianic Believers".

Our teachings reflect our conviction and commitment to exhort, encourage and challenge the Body of Messiah to walk uprightly before Avinu shebashamayim [our Father who is in Heaven] and lift up His Name before all of His Creation. We understand the difficulty of "walking upright in an upside down world", and focus our efforts on presenting the Biblical Truth that when individuals separate themselves from "traditions of men" and submit to Yahweh's Instructions, they find our Savior's yoke is not burdensome.

Our Statement of Purpose can be summed up in one word: PREPARE! Prepare the way for our Redeemer. The Body of Messiah must be about arraying herself in white linen in preparation of the coming of her Bridegroom.

As you can see, we are consolidating all of our websites into one location. In our view, our health, our finances, our spiritual condition and indeed, everything in our lives is all related to our relationship with our Elohiym. In Hebraic thought (think "Biblical thought") there is no distinction between one's religious life and the rest of life's endeavors. There is ONE TRUTH, ONE WAY, ONE FAITH, and to find our way in this confusing world, we must learn to walk "the ancient path". That means every aspect of our lives should be an outgrowth of our relationship with our Creator, walking in the footsteps He laid out for us in the beginning. Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 6:16

"Well, you're asking for it".

That was the response from my good friend Pappy when I complained about the comments I often get from people comparing me to the jolly old saint of Saturnalia fame.

"No, I'm not."

"Yes, you are."

"No, I'm not."

And so it went into the dark hours of the night, like two kids in the schoolyard refusing to give in to the other's insistence that "My Daddy can beat up your Daddy!"

It's irksome to say the least that the first image that pops into some people's minds when seeing my lustrous, flowing white beard is "Looky, little Susie. It's Santa Claus!" Santa Claus? SANTA CLAUS? How about Moses? or Abraham? or even Charlton Heston? Heck, even "well dressed old homeless guy" would be less offensive.

After thinking about Pappy's less than supportive retort, I've given careful consideration to the probable truth of his comment. More germaine to the issue are the very real future ramifications of our willingness to call attention to ourselves to the degree we're willing to "ask for it" by our pursuance of Torah. Aren't we Torah pursuant believers asking for negative attention when we seek to follow our Messiah's commandments? Maybe we are asking for it. But do we have a choice? Of course, we always have a choice. We can obey or we can disobey.

1Jn 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

Joh 14:15 If ye love me, keep my commandments.

Some of us are content to wade in the shallow waters of the River of Life, feeling that it's going too far to concern ourselves with the minutiae of mitzvot in seeking what it means to be obedient. ... more