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Wow it’s been awhile! This was the first year I’ve really done Sukkot “big”, and it was so fun!! Such an amazing time of worship, making new friends, and truly rejoicing in the L-rd and His goodness!

I know a good portion of you are starting Sukkot soon based on a different calendar, and I pray you all have a wonderful Sukkot as well! Also, don’t forget to check out my Sukkot studies on my website! Link is in my bio 😊

For today only, use the code: SUKKOT2021 for 10% off any of my fall feast books! Link is in my bio 😊 ...

Shabbat shalom! ...

Yom Kippur starts tomorrow night! Don’t forget to grab a Yom Kippur study for only $3!! Great for ages 6 and up. ...

My Facebook memories reminded me today that five years ago was the first time I willingly did Shabbat. So I thought it’d be a good time to reshare this post:

I grew up messianic (in a way), messianic ideals but attending a “regular” Christian church. We never knew anyone else who lived keeping Shabbat, keeping the feasts, living as close to scripture as possible. And so, I grew bitter towards it. I didn’t want to be different from everyone else. I wanted to celebrate Christmas and Easter and Halloween and not have guilt as I did it, because deep down I knew it was wrong. I had a plan that when I grew up, I wasn’t ever going to do any of it....well friends, I’ve learned over the years never say never to G-d.

When I moved out on my own for the first time, here I was finally free to live a “normal” Christian life. And you know what I did? One of the first weekends I lived on my own, I grabbed some juice and some bread, and I did Shabbat. Obviously in a much different way than I do now, but the idea was there. I did it and then I couldn’t believe I just did it!

It was an obvious Holy Spirit moment, because I had so many walls built up and bitterness towards all of it, that I would have never done it on my own. From there, the Holy Spirit just really kept drawing me more and more in. I found a congregation in town and went and loved it! After my entire life of dreading the occasional visit to a congregation, I now looked forward to it. And the whole time feeling like “who I am?” 😂

From there, it’s just been a long journey of sanctification. Jesus showing me that this is who He is, this is how He lived, and that it’s “okay” to be set apart and live like Him. That if I love Him, as I say I do, I will want to do the things He loves and hate what He hates. He showed me the beauty of keeping Shabbat, of keeping His feasts, of living the life that He always designed for me to live. It’s all a beautiful picture to remember what He’s done and what He is longing to come back and do.

This business is part of a new heart that the L-rd has given me-to show people that living the way He designed is beautiful and is available/attainable for anyone.

Shabbat shalom! Ft. Apple pie challah 🍎

Recipe from @mandyliciouschallah

My Yom Teruah study is short, sweet, and to the point, but honestly so is the actual Feast 😂 The only commands the Bible gives us is that it’s a Shabbat and to blow a shofar, everything else is just a fun tradition.

Comment down below some ways your family celebrates Yom Teruah!

You can find my Yom Teruah study and my other Fall Feast studies at the link in my bio.

“If one of yours was scattered to the far end of the sky, Adonai your G-d will gather you even from there; He will go there and get you” Deut. 30:4

How beautiful is that? We are so deeply loved and cherished by G-d, that He, the creator of the entire universe, would go to the ends of the earth to bring us back to Him.

There’s no other love like it! And may His love for us, inspire us to live our lives in a way that is forever studying His Word and seeking Him out, to learn how to love Him more and more every day.

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These studies are a little different, in that, not each feast has all three age levels.
Rosh Hashanah-preschool only
Yom Teruah-preschool and age 6+ level
Yom Kippur-age 6+ level
Sukkot-preschool, elementary, and mid/high school level

Because I try to keep the Feast unit studies more on the Biblical side and much less on the traditions, these ones are much shorter than previous studies. The prices reflect that as well.

I hope these can be a useful tool to your families during this upcoming season! Link is in my bio for the shop!

This month is often seen as a month of love, as Elul can be an acronym for the phrase, “Ani l’dodi v’dodi li” or “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”. And it is also known as a time when “the king is in the field”-meaning He’s right there among us. How blessed are we to be the bride of a king who is humble enough to dwell among us, even though He’s the creator of the entire world!

So, as you’re readying your family and home this month for the upcoming feasts, I hope you often stop and just delight in the fact that you are the beloved of G-d! He chose you, He delights in you, He desires you, and He wants nothing more than for you to do the same with Him.

May you spend the rest of this month of love loving on your Heavenly beloved, and may you open your heart and spirit to welcome in the love He’s desiring to pour upon you, as well.

Shabbat shalom!
May you find rest today than comes only from the Father. And May your heart be drawn evermore to His ❤️

Can you believe how soon the Fall feasts are coming?!

Comment down below what’s one of your favorite things about the Fall feasts, and if this is your first year celebrating, what are you most looking forward to?

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Personally, it can get really hard trying to keep up with the weekly Torah portions and still try to read through the New Testament as well! So, when @dailybreadmoms offered to send me their Bible reading journal to try out, I was so excited!

The journals are designed to help you read through the weekly Torah portions, as well as, the New Testament in a year. They also have special readings for certain Feasts, and some of the days have important events that have occurred throughout Jewish history.

If you’re interested in getting one, check out the @dailybreadmoms page for the website, and you can use my code:TORAHHOME for 15% off your pre-order!

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