New To Torah

We are so excited that you are beginning to study Torah, and the Hebrew roots of our faith. This is a series of articles and video teachings that will help you get started in your journey. You can also go to our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn some basic terminology that we use in our teachings. Enjoy your journey!

Basic Understanding
  • Intro to Hebraic Roots - this introductory video will get you started.

  • Intro to the Feasts of the Lord - God has set up special days that He wants to meet with us. These include Passover and Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles. These seven feasts enable us to follow God's timetable. We want to be on God's calendar when it comes to the End Times! Learn about the Feasts and how they relate to the first and second coming of Jesus.

    • The Spring Feasts - more detailed information about Passover, Firstfruits and Pentecost. These Feasts are related to the first coming of Jesus/Yeshua.​

    • The Fall Feasts - more detailed information about Trumpets, Atonement and Tabernacles. These Feasts are related to the second coming of Jesus/Yeshua.

  • Who Is Israel - the apostle Paul taught that both Jew and Gentile has been brought together into "one new man". We have been grafted into the covenant of Israel. But what does it mean to be "Israel"? This teaching will help you to understand how we are now part of Israel, and why so many are now so interested in understanding Torah.

  • Letters to JP - This is a series of letters written by Scott to our friend JP. They explain why we follow Hebrew Roots. This is a wonderful way to learn the basics by reading, rather than watching video. Click on the link to go to our Blog site. Start out with Letter to JP #1 and then move on to Letter #2 and Letter #3. (These letters are still in the process of being written.)

  • The Covenants of the Bible -  This ten-part Bible Study series will take you through the various covenants that God made with His people. We start with Adam, then journey through the covenants of Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Pinchas, and the New Covenant made by Jesus (Yeshua).