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Our mission is founded on these key principles—restoring the message of the kingdom, and encouraging God's people to return to a proper biblical foundation rooted in Torah, Israel, and the Messiah.
Restore a Jewish Messiah
We want to restore a clear understanding of Yeshua's relationship with the Jewish people and also his relationship with the land of Israel. Yeshua is Jewish. When he comes again, he will still be Jewish. Yeshua’s life was rooted in the land and in the Judaism of his day. Although he is Jewish, his message applies to everyone. He is expanding the commonwealth of Israel by gathering all the nations into the blessing and spiritual family of Abraham (Genesis 12:3).
Restore the Gospel
We want to restore the true good news (gospel) preached by Yeshua: Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. This true gospel message focuses on the coming kingdom of heaven, and it demands a response in the form of genuine repentance. It entails contrition, the forgiveness of sins, and personal transformation in Yeshua’s name. The true good news calls upon everyone to seek first the kingdom: the Messianic Age (Matthew 5:33).
Restore the Torah
We want to restore the Torah’s authority as God’s unchanging standard. The Torah is the universal revelation of God’s will and wisdom through his people Israel. It contains commandments pertaining to both Jews and Gentiles. The Torah defines sin and points mankind toward righteousness and godliness. Until heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Torah until all is accomplished (Matthew 5:18).
We want to restore Israel’s status as the people of God among the disciples of Yeshua by eliminating replacement theology and Christian anti-Semitism. The Jewish people are God’s people—the chosen people, a holy nation and kingdom of priests. From Genesis 12 to Revelation 22, the Jewish people are at the center of the Bible and the center of God’s concern. The LORD has not abandoned his people nor has he exchanged them for another. So long as the sun, the moon, and the stars endure, the people of Israel will never cease from being a nation before the LORD, nor will he cast them off (Jeremiah 31:36-37).