What comes to mind when you hear the word transformation? Changing from one thing to another? How about the alteration of the appearance of something to look different? Both are right, but as a believer the word transformation should take on an entirely new meaning. Several years ago, something hit the social media sites (Facebook,… Continue reading True Transformation
Even if you are new to keeping Torah, I'm sure you are already familiar with the cycle that can easily ensnare even the most faithful Torah observer. If not navigated properly, people tend to fall into one of three categories: going insane, going back to modern day belief systems, or walking away from faith (in… Continue reading I’m New to Keeping Torah, Now What?
There's no doubt about it. For majority of us born and raised in "the church," you grow up with certain things ingrained in you... especially depending on the denomination. You are taught things like context (how to perceive Scripture), how to praise and worship, what to wear/how to dress, when to attend services, and so on… Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask for an Intensely Deep Bible Study
I lived majority of my adult life rushing, over-planning, over-booking, and running like an energizer battery. Thing is, I would feel bad for taking a break…. for taking a moment of rest – even when my body screamed for it. It wasn’t until two years ago that I began to align my life with the… Continue reading Rest without Regrets
Being three years into our walk as a Torah Observant believing family, you would think we would be able to dodge much of what is dished our way because of our beliefs. Many who have started on this journey before us warned of the speed bumps that would come... and they were right. I have… Continue reading 5 Things Torah Observant Believers Wish Others Would Stop Saying to Them