Are you new to Torah? This page has resources to help you continue to learn and grow. There are many books and websites out there, but I’m only including a few so that you are not overwhelmed. Please know that I probably don’t agree with everything on these websites, but I basically know these folks and I think they “have their heads on straight.” 🙂 But, please, as you surf these resources, test what they say against Scripture. Spend more time in the Bible then anywhere else and look to Yeshua. But, I do hope these resources are helpful to you. Some are paid, some are free. Enjoy!


Biblical Feast Bible Study

Free eBook by Anne Elliott

I highly recommend this Bible study written by Anne Elliott.

“The Law of Moses, or the books of Torah, tell us about some special days in God’s calendar, days when He wants to meet with us. You can find all of the feasts mentioned in Leviticus 23, but they are also mentioned in hundreds of other places, in both the Old and New Testaments!

In this book, I want to help you study the Bible for yourself, so that you will know exactly what God tells us about these special times. I hope you will discover, as our family did, that each of these special days points us to Yeshua, our Messiah.

We will start each chapter with a Scripture study that you can do alone, with your family, or with a study group. After each Scripture study, we’ll provide you with more resources to help you get ideas and learn about various traditions.”

A team of folks make teaching videos in several languages at 119 Ministries. They have lengthy teachings on explaining why Christians should keep Torah.

“Our purpose is to seek and bring the truth to all nations, unlearn false doctrines and traditions of men, and to equip the body to live and practice the Word as God originally intended.

We find that continuously examining the Scriptures (in the same Hebraic first century context and perspective in which they were written and understood) reveals to His people much more understanding, as opposed to the more common Greek mindset that is a couple thousand years removed.”

Torah Class

From their website…

“Torah Class is an exciting, cutting edge, FREE online Bible study website where you can rediscover the Bible in all its richness and truth. It is a balanced teaching that highlights both God’s grace and our obedience to His commandments. We teach from a Hebraic, original-language and cultural perspective, offering lessons on the Torah (Genesis through Deuteronomy) as well as many other books of the Bible from both the Old and New Testaments. We allow the Scriptures to speak for themselves and diligently avoid predetermined doctrinal biases.”

My friends Steve and Angela Moutria (and their kids!) run this website, which is full of teaching videos. They have teachings for the whole family including kids, teens, women and the men folk.

“ is dedicated to seeking, teaching, and living out the whole truth of the Word. Our purpose is to constantly seek and bring the Word to families in all nations. We desire to help families unlearn false teachings and traditions of men, and equip them to grow in the Word. In this, we hope to convey how to live and practice the Word as originally intended.”

Set Apart People Blog

Excerpts from their “About” page…

“Set apartness is living an obedient life unto YHVH. We examine the Scriptures and will share our findings with you to help you live your life set apart unto YHVH our Elohim. Here are a few passages that motivates us towards set apart living. We want to focus a lot on “What does it mean to live a holy (set apart) life”. In the Messianic community, we currently find many sites focusing on Torah Studies, Apologetics, and/or end-time prophecies. These are required, but none of them tell me what it means to me on a day-to-day basis. Yes, we will also do interesting articles on Torah studies, Apologetics, and other relevant articles, but this is not the primary focus of our website.”

Zac Bauer has recorded hundreds of videos of apologetics about why and how believers ought to keep Torah.