This morning, in a Breaking Israel News article about Ephramite Cults and Replacement Theology, Ani Yosef was graciously cited as a positive example of bridge building and brotherly love toward Judah by non-Jews from the nations. Please read and share, though you may need to link through here since FB disallowed a direct link! And,… Continue reading Ani Yosef in the News!
Sukkot is upon us! Tonight, at sunset, begins the week-long Feast of Tabernacles. The work of picking up trash and the challenge of the Yom haKippurim fast is behind us, so now we begin touring and enjoying the Land in the presence of the Lord. This morning I rose early to enjoy another stunning sunrise.… Continue reading Update and BIG gallery!
Our host, a moderately observant but self described 'spiritual' Jew, invited us for a walk uh Wadi Halilim, a nature preserve a very short drive from Givat Ye'arim. We value spending time with him, s, after a short time in the Scriptures, we packed some water and rode with him to enjoy the beauty of… Continue reading First rain of the season!
We have been busy preparing for Pesach 2019 and our next trip to Israel! (You need to come join us!! Details here.) In the process of making preparations, we have redesigned the Ani Yosef t-shirt and we are very excited about the new look! Further, this design will make others smile and attract opportunities to… Continue reading NEW Ani Yosef t-shirts and hats!!!
For most, the 'hangover' from Sukkot is barely finished and now the sugar crash from Hanukah donuts is upon them... So, mentioning Pesach/Passover may seem a bit crazy, but.... Now is the time to begin planning and preparing for Pesach! We are! We have been checking out airline flight costs, designing a new t-shirt (and,… Continue reading We are getting ready for Passover. Are you?
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How would you like to spend 16 days in Israel before and during Sukkot 2018 for a shade more than $50/day per person? Oh, the $50 includes breakfast and dinner!! And, the trip does involve working four of the first five days. The balance of the time is experiencing Yom Kippur and Sukkot in the Land.
Three years ago, while in Jerusalem for Sukkot, I was taking in this amazing place and feast, but was bothered by trash on the ground in many public places in and around Jerusalem. I had a vision then of returning with a team to pick up trash before Sukkot and then to celebrate and tour.
Well, during our most recent visit, Pesach 2018, the Father suddenly began to open doors and assemble a team from Europe and North America to help support just…
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