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The Way Documentary
I highly recommend this documentary if you or someone you know has questions about why Christians are keeping Torah. I have watched it several times! “The Way is the story of countless believers around the world who’ve traded Easter ham for Passover lamb and Sunday church for Saturday Sabbath – all in an effort to live like the Savior. They’re holding every church tradition up against scripture and cutting away anything that doesn’t conform. In the process, they encounter resistance from a religious system two millennia in the making, and for the first time, learn what it’s like to be a “peculiar people.”
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If you’re looking for homeschooling curriculum that is Biblical, Torah-based, and Yeshua-centered, AND affordable, then consider Homeschooling Torah. I won’t hide the fact that the owner is one of my best friends and I attend her Sabbath fellowship. But that makes my recommendation even more credible. She walks the talk. Anne Elliott loves your kids. She prays for them and pours herself into writing the best Biblical curriculum on the market. You can believe me because she wrote for her own kids! Visit her website to learn more.
Nothing New Press
Christine Miller of Nothing New Press writes history books and other books from a “whole Bible” perspective. She puts the Bible first, not man’s views. I’ve met Christine and listened to her talk and discuss, and she’s the real deal. She knows history, but she also exudes love and humility. Christine is a real gem, as are her books. Read them for yourself, or I highly recommend using them for your homeschool, as well! (Her books are used in Homeschooling Torah, too.) If you’re looking for a book about Torah, buy her book “The Law of Love.” If you’re interested in Revelation and end times study, you’ll want to read her book, “Revelation Revealed.” I doubt you’ve ever heard a perspective like hers. She also has a blog where she posts Scripture pictures, Bible studies and more at www.ALittlePerspective.com.