￼Join us in worship as we will recite Scriptural verses about Yerushalayim and enjoy the worship of Will Spires of B’midbar Ministries. We will dance, we will sing, we’ll bring joy to the King!
Enjoy worship and fellowship for another family reunion for the House of Yosef in NW Washington.
Join us for South Carolina’s National Shabbat on November 11. Lenny and Varda Harris do music and Eliezer Braun from the Shomeron (Samaria), Israel will share a word from Israel’s heartland.
Join us for the BYNA National Shabbat in North Georgia. Lenny and Varda Harris will be here with a special musical presentation called “Journey of the Bride”.
Again our location is south along the I-575 corridor in Woodstock, GA. Please join us as we get to hear David Jones, B’ney Yosef North America elder as he shares about patience/honor related to the 6th Article of the Articles of Declaration.
Exodus Road Band will lead worship.
We will be moving further south along I-575 corridor to Woodstock, GA for the first time! Please join us as we get to hear Barry Phillips, B’ney Yosef North America elder share about graciousness and meekness.
Exodus Road Band will lead worship.
BYNA National Shabbat comes to North Florida. Please join us and enjoy praise and worship lead by Jimmie Black. For further info click here.
A love offering will be taken.
It’s that time again! National Shabbat comes to South Carolina on June 3, 2017 @ 12 PM
WHAT TO BRING:
- A heart to worship YHVH
- A covered dish and serving utensil
- GENEROUS Love Offering to help cover the cost of rental and bless the Exodus Road Band who will be leading in worship
“…..where your treasure is so shall your heart be also.” Matthew 6:21
The B’ney Yosef National Shabbat is nearing its 2nd anniversary. This National Shabbat will be coming at a very interesting time. It will be in the middle of Yom Ha’aztmaut/Israel Independence Day (starts the evening of April 30) and Yom Yerushalayim/Jerusalem Day (starts the evening of May 23).
It also happens to occur 1 day before Lag B’Omer. What is Lag B’Omer? Lag B’Omer is celebrated on the 33rd day of the Omer. The Omer is counted for 49 days between the end of Passover and the holiday of Shavuot (derived from the practice of counting the days from the barley offering at the Temple to the day of the wheat offering on Shavuot, in the Torah). The observance celebrates a break in a plague of death among Rabbi Akiva’s students. Why the plague? The sages claimed that the students failed to show proper love and respect for one another, thus opening the door for the plague. Also, the Talmud states that the great teacher of Jewish mysticism Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai died on Lag B’Omer, and in modern times the observance has come to symbolize the resilience of the Jewish spirit.
Here is a thought for all of you to ponder. Could one day our brother Judah celebrate Lag B’Omer as the day the House of Yosef began to show mutual love and respect to one another as well to them? In addition, are we experiencing the beginning of our hearts returning to Yerushalayim as our chief joy? We are seeing eyes opening and a return to the ancient paths, however we are also seeing rising numbers turning away from Yerushalayim — just as we, as Ephraim, once did prior to our exile. Let us press on and continue to return our hearts toward the City of our Great King despite rising opposition. As the House of Yosef let’s return all our heart, soul, mind, and strength to Yerushalayim once again!
When: 1 PM – May 13, 2017
March 25 – Special Shabbat in North Georgia – Repentance, Reconciliation, Restoration, and Sanctification with Jesse Running Bear, Bob Ensign, & Chief Hunt
Please join us for a special Shabbat experience in North Georgia. It is time for the family of Yisrael to experience repentance, reconciliation, restoration, and sanctification among each other. We are called to heal the Land of our Inheritance by honoring First Nations here. This Shabbat will be lead by them. Learn our Abba restoring so many things amongst His people!