Watch Rabbi Shapira explain the need for a Messiah and the shedding of the blood during Yom Kippur.
There is a path in this world that was once trodden by our ancestors who carried the truth to the world around them. That path has since been worn deeper by the feet of those who have twisted and perverted the truth, using it in every form of manipulation to support any cause imaginable in an attempt to control the world.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is excited to announce the launching of the all new www.ahavatammi.org as a dynamic tool to bring the name of Yeshua to thousands of Jews.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is excited to announce the donation of a Torah scroll to Congregation Beth Yeshoua in Belgium. The Torah Walk into the synagogue will be followed with first ever full Torah service on Saturday May 23rd at 11:00 AM local time.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is excited to announce the launching of the innovative new Yeshiva and discipleship distance learning program, Shuvu! Shuvu.tv Yeshiva, Restoration, and Discipleship Center launches globally in early 2015.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is thrilled to announce the implementation of our largest and most important initiative for 2014: the translation of The Return of the Kosher Pig into both Hebrew and Spanish. More details will be posted regularly on www.kosherpig.org andwww.ahavatammi.org.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is thrilled to announce a major global project for 2014 focusing on defending the name of Messiah to the Jewish community. Our new Youtube video project is called “Chazak!” which is Hebrew for “be strong.”
Ahavat Ammi Ministries is thrilled to announce the release of our Resource Center. The Resource Center offers many resources and lessons in refuting Anti-Missionary claims about the Jewish Messiah. Rabbi Shapira added, “Our vision is to continue to present the Besorah (Good News) of Yeshua to the Jewish people in spirit and in truth with quality resources while training Jews and Gentiles in Jewish theology.
Malaysia is a beautiful, predominantly island country between the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. It is a country with a vastly diverse population, with 137 living languages spoken across the land. The general populace is represented by a number of various religions. However, Islam is in the majority including some sixty percent of the population. Because of the drastic number of Muslims in the nation, Islam is the official religion of Malaysia.
As an Islamic nation, there are no political relations between Malaysia and Israel, and Israeli citizens are not allowed to travel there for any reason.