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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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Israel Tour – Sukkot 2022

The desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose… waters shall burst forth in the wilderness, and streams in the desert… A highway will be there—a roadway. It will be called the Way of Holiness… The ransomed of Adonai will return and come to Zion with singing, with everlasting joy upon their heads.  – Isaiah 35

Prayer Mountain, just to the west of Tamar Biblical Park

This year, Dr. Hollisa Alewine, author of the The Creation Gospel, is hosting a tour of Israel during the Feast of Tabernacles. I (Kisha Gallagher) am the tour coordinator for this awesome event. We invite you to join us in the Holy Land October 6-18, 2022. After a couple of years of not being able to travel to the Land, we are especially anticipating this trip. Israel has recently opened their borders to vaccinated AND unvaccinated tourists.

Unlike many other tours of the Holy Land, this pilgrimage tour will offer you many leisure hours to pray, meditate, study, and fellowship as we will honor the weekly and festival Shabbats.  We will stay in Jerusalem and the Galilee at various times along our journey, but our home base will be in the Arava desert, in the Wilderness of Zin, at Tamar Biblical Park. I’ve had the pleasure of staying at Tamar, dubbed the “Jewel of the Arava,” several times now, and each one remains close to my heart. There is something ethereal about staying in the wilderness where ancient Israel camped, following Adonai’s Majestic Cloud.

Thus says the LORD, “I remember concerning you the devotion of your youth, the love of your betrothals, your following after Me in the wilderness, through a land not sown.”  (Jer. 2:2 NASB)

Biblical Tamar Park is one of the oldest and most unique archaeological sites in southern Israel. We will be staying right in the midst of this 55 acre historic site. Nearby, you can explore places such as Mt. Hor, where Moses buried Aaron, and Miriam’s Spring, where Miriam was buried. History abounds in seven strata uncovered at the Park, curated by Blossoming Rose, our tour liaison.

Check out the tentative itinerary for Sukkot with Dr. Alewine October 6-18, 2022 by clicking here.

REGISTER NOW

The feast of Sukkot is quickly approaching! Register now to reserve your spot on the tour. May this year be the year that you make pilgrimage up to Jerusalem for the Feast of the Nations, the Season of Our Joy. Spend time in the actual wilderness, down in the Arava desert. Walk the circuit where Yeshua ministered in the Galilee. Be enriched by the anointed teaching of Dr. Alewine. This year in Jerusalem!

Register by clicking the "Book Now" tab here.

 


Tamar is also called Ir Ovot and Ein Hatzeva. Click the links to learn more.

 

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Women of Valor Conference 2021

 

It’s that time again!

Ladies, are you tired of Zoom meetings? I know I am! Do you need some true girlfriend time with those of “like kind and like mind,” as Dr. Alewine would put it? Then join me and many others for this year’s Women of Valor conference in Lucas, KY at Barren River Lake State Resort. As in the past, this conference will be held close to the new moon of the sixth month, Elul. This year, that is the weekend of August 6-8th, 2021. And, it will be here before we know it!

Women and their daughters (and nursing babies) are always welcome; but this year, there is also an option for adventurous husbands to come too! How awesome is that?

Click here to register. Click here to reserve your stay at Barren River.

The full schedule will be available soon, but our speakers this year include:

The BEKY Book Authors

  • Hollisa Alewine of The Creation Gospel
  • Jane Diffenderfer – Founder of Women of Valor
  • Kisha Gallagher of Grace in Torah
  • Dr. Robin Gould of New Covenant Paths

Treasured People Guest Speakers

  • John & Melissa Diffenderfer – Co-Pastors of Mercy Collective Congregation. John is the author of The Marriage Commandments: Ten Principles for Husbands and Wives from the Ten Commandments
  • Barry Miller is the author of Know the Time and Change Your World and the 7 & 50 Rhymes blog.
  • David Wilber is the author of Is God a Misogynist? Understanding the Bible’s Difficult Passages Concerning Women

There will also be many other break out teachers not listed here (many of whom, I’m very excited about!) We will also have an anointed worship team, dance opportunities, prayer groups, and much more!

Register now to get the early bird discount that has been extended until the end of June. And, be sure to book your room before July 6th to ensure you get the WOV discounted price. Don’t wait, the rooms will go fast, and once open to the public, there is no guarantee one will be available!

Elul is an auspicious time on the Jewish/Hebraic calendar. The WOV conference is a great way to start the month of introspection with a full cup and tools to prepare for the fall moedim. Join us in the preparation of the Bride. I hope to see you there!

 

 

 

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Virtual Shavuot – Ruth Conference

Crowns of Promise Sealed in Scarlet Thread

Join me and many others from around the world for a virtual Shavuot (Pentecost) conference on May 18th. This conference is hosted by Colleen Martin, Michelle Moller, and Annalie Du Plessis of South Africa. (They hosted the Purim conference that I wrote and spoke about in March this year.)

The guest speakers are some of my favorites! You don’t want to miss this one! They include Tehila Gimpel of Arugot Farm in Israel, Annalie Du Plessis of South Africa, and Grant and Robin Luton of Akron, OH in the U.S. The messages will be themed around the life of Ruth, and Boaz, her Kinsman Redeemer.

 

Click on the graphic below to register, or visit Touching His Hem. Cost is only R250 per family (one computer login), which is approximately $17 -$18 US dollars, paid through Paypal.

TIME: 9a.m. – 4p.m. SAST (This is 3am EST, with Grant and Robin speaking at 8 and 9am EST.)

The entire conference will be recorded and registrants will be granted access to these after the conference.

 

 

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