As I was looking over my last post, I just had to add one more post regarding First Fruits of Zion (FFOZ). If you have not been to their website, you should. I don’t know of any other Pro-Torah, Messianic organization working as hard and as diligently as these guys. They are phenomenal and deserve our support.

Boaz Michael, the President and Founder of FFOZ, is a very genuine, passionate man of God. I seriously can’t believe what he has been able to accomplish (albeit through the grace of our Heavenly Father) with this organization. He has written and co-written several works including the Light In The Darkness book and DVD on the topic of Hanukkah, and Passover Encounter, FFOZ’s new Haggadah for Pesach. I’ve had many conversations with Boaz, and I don’t hear words–I hear his heart.

Tim Hegg, teacher, speaker, and a theological editor of the organization, has contributed to several significant works including The Letter Writer, Fellowheirs, the It is Often Said series, as well as numerous articles for FFOZ publications. Tim also has his own website called Torah Resource that has some excellent resources available.

Daniel Lancaster, writer, speaker, teacher, (jokester?) and theological editor for FFOZ has contributed a numerous articles for the FFOZ publications, co-written the new Holy Cow! book (on the Biblical dietary laws) with Hope Egan (below), two massive volumes of Torah commentary (Torah Club, Volumes 4 and 5) wich contain between 1,000 and 1,500 pages each, and his newest work (which I mentioned previously) ResTorahtion.

Hope Egan, best-selling author and writer, has contributed several articles for FFOZ publications, as well as co-authored (as the primary author) FFOZ’s newest work Holy Cow!, as stated above.

And yes, there are lots of other people in the mix as well who I just don’t have the time or space to name, such as Boaz’s in-laws (hello Michael & Rebecca!) who take care of most of the distribution. They all do an excellent work, and live out their faith and devotion to Messiah Yeshua and the Torah of our God.

May they continue to prosper in all of their ways as they continue to be a blessing to so many people around the world.

Chazak! Chazak! Vanitchazeik!

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