I wanted to drop a quick post to let you know what’s going on with Grace in Torah. First, I hope to switch servers in the coming weeks. The web address will remain the same, but if you happen to see any glitches or even a new theme, rest assured that all the content will still be available.
Second, my family is building house and will be moving soon. We are super excited about this endeavor as we haven’t owned a home in over a decade and have spent the last few years in a cramped apartment. This is one of the priorities that has kept me too busy to post regularly, but it’s going to be worth it! Please keep this transition in your prayers.
Third, I am now in the editing phase of producing my first book! Actually, it’s more of a booklet with around 65 pages. I have joined with Dr. Hollisa Alewine and several other women to produce a series of books designed for the very beginner in a Torah lifestyle. There will be a variety of topics covered that can be easily digested in a single sitting. As most of you know, we have many questions in the beginning of this journey. How great would it have been to have a simple and concise resource at your disposal to answer many of these questions? That’s what these books are meant to do. They will also be very affordable and ideal for giving away.
This series will be called BEKY Books, which is an acronym for “Books Enriching the Kingdom of Yeshua”. The first book will answer, “What is the Torah?” by Dr. Alewine. Other books will cover issues such as Truth vs. Tradition, Shabbat, Dietary Laws, Calendar Basics, Havadalah, the Mezuzah, and much more. My particular book will be about celebrating the new moon. I will keep you updated on the progress of these books and the website that will be devoted to BEKY Books. We appreciate your prayers in this endeavor.
Fourth, I had the pleasure of attending the Women of Valor (WOV) leadership retreat this past weekend. It was a very small venue, but was an immense blessing! Adonai is equipping His daughters in a mighty way. You can expect to see future WOV events and conferences. There is such a sweet spirit at these gatherings. My cup is running over. I hope to see you at the next event! Please keep the WOV ministry in your prayers as well.
And lastly, I hope to be resuming a more normal pace very soon. That means more posts on Grace in Torah. I appreciate your patience. Thank you for following and sharing my blog. May you be richly blessed as you continue to seek our Awesome Elohim!