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Tikkun America® is a Ruach (Holy Spirit) oriented, apostolic network of leaders, congregations and ministries in covenantal relationship for mutual accountability, support and equipping to extend the Kingdom of God in America and throughout the world.

Please have a look round, explore the pages, read the regularly updated blog and see if any of the events on our calendar are near you!

On 21st of May Dan and Patty Juster flew the US and they will be speaking and teaching for two months. Do have a look at the itinerary below to see if they will be in your area! Please pray for strength and annointing as they travel and minister all over the country.

July 10-12:Visiting Restoration Fellowship Durango, CO
July 12-14:Visiting Or Chaim Denver, CO
July 16:Visiting Resurrection Anglican Fellowship Denver, CO
July 20-28:Speaking at a conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil
July 31:Return tp Israel

You can see pictures and reports from both the 2017 Restore Leadership Conference and Family Conference - last year's theme was Praise, Prayer and Power!

Keep your diaries clear for the 2018 Restore conference on the 1st-3rd of June 2018 - we look forward to seeing you there! Click on the image above to register for the conference. The 2017 Conference sold out, so make sure you book today!

You can now see pictures and read testimonies from the Tikkun America annual Restore conferences. Here is an index of the conferences and where to download the teachings for these events!

You can read our weekly Torah commentaries from the link on this page. Join our Twitter feed to follow the events around the Network during the year and follow our blog to keep up to date with services, speakers and other important news as it happens.

From our blog -- Friday, 20 July 2018
Tisha B'Av

The fast of the month of Av (Tisha B'Av) takes place this year beginning Saturday at sundown. In particular, look near the bottom of the Wiki article to see the other events in history that have taken place on or near this date.

The life, death, and resurrection of Yeshua offers us another level or reality (not readily available to the non-Yeshua believing Jewish world) for understanding and celebrating every feast/fast day on the Jewish calendar. This is true on Tisha B’Av as well. While the larger Jewish world is mourning the loss of Temple worship and the Aaronic priesthood, Messianic Judaism takes great comfort in the greater priesthood of Melchizedek. Consider these verses ...

Hebrews 9:23-28 "Therefore it was necessary for the replicas of these heavenly things to be purified with these sacrifices—but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. For Messiah did not enter into Holies made with hands - counterparts of the true things - but into heaven itself, now to appear in God's presence on our behalf ... But as it is, He has been revealed once and for all at the close of the ages—to put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself. And just as it is appointed for men to die once, and after this judgment, so also Messiah, was offered once to bear the sins of many. He will appear a second time, apart from sin, to those eagerly awaiting Him for salvation."

We have hope. Not hope for the return of Temple worship, but hope that the whole world will receive the greater sacrifice of our High Priest, Himself, Yeshua HaMashiach. Shalom.

Posted By Rabbi Michael Weiner, 10:00am Comment Comments: 0

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