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FORERUNNERS… a community of Believers in the Jewish Messiah.





Trinity Fellowship and Forerunner Ministries doesn’t look or function as an ordinary church. We’ve made a commitment to look more like the first century disciples that we see in the Book of Acts. Of course, you need to understand that those folks were Jewish in every sense of the word.

A more Scriptural approach to living our faith means we function on a Biblical calendar rather than a Gregorian calendar. We observe Shabbat and celebrate the appointed times of the Lord described in Leviticus 23. (They aren’t Jewish feasts after all. They are the Lord’s...

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January 15, 2018 in General

The following is a brief explanation of the official Forerunners' position on the Biblical Dietary Laws. Please note that we follow Bibilical instruction rather than a rabbinical approach to the dietary laws. Keep in mind that Isaiah foresees that as the acharit hayamim (end of days) comes to the conclusion of Messiah returning, those who disregard the dietary laws will be judged for their disobedience (Isaiah 66:17). It is imperative that we look at all Scripture to determine our halakah...

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September 3, 2017 in


Last time, we learned that Psalm 133 teaches us that the blessing of everlasting life is in the unity of Abba's people. John 17 teaches us eternal life is to know the one true God. The idea of "know" is to enjoy intimacy and a shared covenant with the Giver of Life.

John 17: After Yeshua had said these things, he looked up toward heaven and said, "Father, the time has come. Glorify your Son, so that the Son may glorify you -- 2 just as you gave him authority...

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September 1, 2017 in General

One of David's songs of ascent reveals a powerful clue in YHVH's plan, and why the season of Teshuvah is focused on building community with like-minded people who have chosen the path of submission to Elohim's plan..

Psalm 133 (CJB): Oh, how good, how pleasant it is for brothers to live together in harmony. 2 It is like fragrant oil on the head that runs down over the beard, over the beard of Aharon, and flows down on the collar of his robes. 3 It is like the dew of Hermon...

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August 31, 2017 in General

The theme of Teshuvah is alive and well in Yeshua's revelation to the Apostle John.

Revelation 3:3-13 tells us an amazing thing that gets glossed over in some streams of Christianity today. First, you must endure until the end... a life well lived until the end will result in salvation. Furthermore, some 60 years after Yeshua's death and resurrection, the expectation was that true believers would be practicing Jews. Judaism was the expression of Israel in the first century....

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August 30, 2017 in General

Step by step, Avraham lived an intentional, godly life .Not perfect, but his motivations were to please YHVH. It is imperative that each of us do the same.

In contrast, we see his nephew Lot, who because of circumstances was more like a son, who does not give the same effort to discipline. Lot's actions are in contrast to Avraham's instruction and his leading by example.

Moses teaches us that we must deliberately chose to turn our back on the world and keep our...

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