Author Archives: K. Gallagher

About K. Gallagher

Kisha Gallagher is the author of the BEKY Book: The Biblical New Moon: A Guide for Celebrating, and the website, Grace in Torah, a ministry devoted to the Gospel of Yeshua, the moedim (feasts), marital roles, and general Bible study. Many lives are touched through her website, conference engagements, and weekly small groups. Kisha is a Creation Gospel trainer and a former cohost on Hebrew Nation Radio’s Morning Show, Renewed. She is a programmer on MyReviveTV (Hebraic Roots Network). Kisha resides near the Smoky Mountains with her husband and sons. She can be contacted at kisha@graceintorah.net

The Good Samaritan Leadership Conference 2022

Are you a Pastor or do you serve in a leadership role in your congregation? Do you find yourself struggling to help a member after some form of trauma is disclosed? Do you wonder what God has to say about meeting someone in their darkest moments or how we are to function and operate as the body of Messiah? If so, join the Good Samaritan Leadership Conference in June 2022 where Leadership Gets Naked with keynote speaker Jim Staley, and we dive into the Afflictions of the Soul with keynote speaker Ephraim Judah. We will also explore topics like: Finding the child I was created to be, Are we perpetuating the curse, and The False Self.

The Good Samaritan Leadership Conference of 2022 will equip leaders to recognize members of their church and community who have been wounded by trauma. You will learn the types of traumas that people are suffering from (often times in silence), the signs that should not be ignored, how trauma affects the brain, body, a person’s behavior, and the community around them. Learn to see the common stigmas that continue to prevent church leaders from healing the hurt and wounded within their flock.

At the Good Samaritan Leadership Conference, you can expect to gain wisdom, tools, and resources which will equip you to not only spot a person suffering from trauma, but to also be able to effectively help them to heal.

Join Jim Staley, Ephraim Judah, Simonette Cherepanov, MHP, Dr. Deb Wiley, Dr. Robin Gould, and me for a unique Leadership Conference in Knoxville, TN on June 24-26th, 2022, hosted by Roy Breeden of The Gathering Place, and Laura Lee of the Modern Day Samaritan Woman radio program.

The conference will be held at The Gathering Place with an online option to join through a Zoom webinar. Click here to Register live or online, or to sponsor a leader’s attendance.

 

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The Hineni Institute – Immersive Experience

Shalom Dear Readers!

I’d like to introduce you to a new Torah based therapeutic experience offered by my friends, Dr. Robin Gould and Simonette Cherepanov, MHP. Together, they have created The Hineni Institute to serve the Body in a unique and vital way. With a focus on attachment and neurocognitive therapy, these immersive training experiences offer attendees a safe, interactive, supportive, experiential, and educational intervention – all grounded within a Torah positive environment.

If you have been struggling with identity, attachment, or trauma, Robin and Simonette can help you move forward on your journey. This isn’t just a conference or a retreat, or even a typical therapy session. These three day experiences are especially designed to be completely immersive to achieve real transformation and change. One will also receive training to continue their journey in wellness within a Biblical framework.

Robin and Simonette are experienced and qualified practitioners and Believers, with hearts set on helping others become Overcomers. Learn how to walk in joy and freedom from your past, ongoing grief, and trauma of any kind. Rediscover the one you were created to be.

This special training includes:

  • Clean/comfortable mountain lodging on 500 acres of breathtaking views

  • Fresh, organic, satisfying homemade meals that are healthy, clean, balanced, and colorful.

  • Precisely designed activities targeted for the transformational growth we all need.

  • Enjoyable movement to revitalize and refresh you, provided by our own Levitical specialist.

  • A journal for your personal reflection you’ll be using during your sacred moments.

Upcoming Event – Hurry! This is the Last Week to Register

May 30 – June 1, 2022

Sugar Hollow Retreat – Butler, TN

Learn more, find other events, or Register for the Above Event Here

 

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Let There Be Truth – New Moon Interview

Recently, I joined Caleb Gee of Let There Be Truth podcast in a discussion about celebrating the Biblical New Moon. Caleb is a gracious host with a desire to restore the things the church has lost throughout the centuries. If you are new to the Feasts of Adonai, this episode will give you a good summary about what the new moons represent and how you can be intentional about celebrating them, all to the glory of God.

 

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The Missing Manna Moment

The following is copied with permission from the 7 & 50 Rhymes blog, by Barry Miller. If you are interested in the larger cycles of Adonai, the shemittah (7 year release) and the Yovel (Jubilee – 50 years) in light of history and current events, I highly recommend Barry Miller’s book Know the Time, Change Your World, and his aforementioned blog. Last week, Barry pointed out an interesting connection between the manna (that didn’t fall on the seventh day/Shabbat), and the seventh year of the shemittah cycle. He demonstrates this pattern in recent history, and how it can teach us what to expect in the near future.

I hope this gives you much to ponder during this year’s Omer Count. It has sure caused me to meditate upon these patterns in a new way. (: Here is an excerpt from Barry’s post; you can read the full article in the link below.

 

I am purposefully writing this now because over the next few years I expect the information below to have a significant impact. For thirty years I have worked to teach and explain the 7-year cycle. I have repeatedly pointed to Deuteronomy 15:1,

“At the end of every seven years you must cancel debts.” 

As I have often suggested, simply observing the instructions of Deuteronomy 15:1 will yield untold benefits. However, at this juncture I must add a further consideration in order to guide us through the next cycle.

Specifically, the distinct significance of the 7th or final seven-year sequence within the 50-year Jubilee cycle.

In this article, I will be exploring the eras of fifty years ago, one hundred years ago, and one hundred fifty years ago in order to demonstrate a rhyme I’ve observed. It is also important to notice that our actions and the actions of groups in society may create positive and negative influences. Moreover, I’ve noted the patterns of rhymes are often visible as exact opposites. (See the example of 1940s vs. 1990s in the footnotes.*)

Please recognize that moments of disaster in the past can become moments of great accomplishments at the rhyming moment of the current cycle if we learn from past mistakes and mend our ways with the Creator and our fellowman.

In the fall of 2022, we will indeed reach the end of year 7 in the 6th sequence of seven-year sets since 1980, the moment when having a stable balance sheet should have been our goal as per Deuteronomy 15:1. The fall of 2022 begins the 7th AND FINAL set of seven years of the 50-year Jubilee cycle. I project the 50-year cycle to end in the fall of 2030. In other words, the 7th set of seven years will be present from the fall of 2022 to the fall of 2029, directly followed by the 50th Jubilee year.

What has me concerned now? Why focus on 50 years now? The events of 1973-74 have puzzled me for years in regard to the Shemitah cycle, but when I put those events together with the words from Exodus 16:27, “On the seventh day some of the people went out to gather, but they found none”, suddenly things made more sense.

To better understand the events of the late 1960’s and the early 1970’s, we need to apply the 7- and 50-year pattern; 1972 was the end of the 7th year just like 2022 will be the end of the 7th year. The economic turmoil of the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the following Arab oil embargo caused much havoc in the world’s economy. The Shemitah cycle alone does little to explain 1973-74, but adding in the aspect of the 50-year Jubilee pattern helped

The fall of 1972 was a fine time to stabilize one’s balance sheet, reduce one’s debt etc., but in retrospect it clearly was not a time to sound the “all-clear” for “risk-on” activity. The world’s energy supply would be drastically disrupted just 18 months later. What can we learn?

I suggest we consider Exodus 16:27, “On the seventh day some of the people went out to gather, but they found none.” Here we have an example of people who were used to a certain consistent economic reality. For six days manna had been there every morning when they went out looking for it. Following their own instincts and based on their own experience, a habit had developed, and even though Moses had warned them to gather a double portion on the sixth day and not to expect manna on day seven, this group opted to trust their own experience rather than the pattern Moses was trying to teach them. Therefore, we can assume they did not gather double on day six and went out on day seven expecting manna on the ground where they had always found it previously, but instead, found none.

So, what about 1973?

Click here to read the whole article: The Missing Manna Moment

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