The Isaiah Projects is a ministry dedicated to creating and providing specific tools that will help Christians discover the Hebraic roots of their faith.
Promoting a Shabbat Lifestyle
Isaiah prophesied, “‘And it will that from New Moon to New Moon, from Shabbat to Shabbat, all of humanity will worship before Me,’ says The Eternal” (Isaiah 66:23). In order to activate this prophecy now, The Isaiah Projects will provide digital teachings and videos on how one can adopt a Shabbat lifestyle.
In March of 2022, The Isaiah Projects published Your Sabbath Invitation to help Christians discover how to plug into the Amplified Transparent Presence of God and be a partner in ushering in the Messianic prophecy of Isaiah 66:23.
Creating Parent Resources for Discipleship in the Hebraic Roots of the Christian Faith
Isaiah envisions that “many peoples will go, and they will say, ‘Come and let us ascend to the mountain of The Eternal, to the House of the God of Jacob, and we will walk in His paths for from Zion Torah issues, and the Word of The Eternal from Jerusalem’” (Isaiah 2:3). The verse clarifies that Torah is the basis for obeying God (walking in His paths), and Zion is the epicenter from where Biblical revelation will pour forth in the end of time. The Isaiah Projects, in 2023, launched Biblical Excavations – a homeschool curriculum resource for parents to have their children develop their critical thinking skills and Hebraic understanding of the Bible.
Distributing Shabbat Supermarket Cards to Single-Parent Ethiopian Families
Isaiah 58:7 reads, “Is it not sharing your bread with the poor, and that you bring the homeless poor persons into the house? And you shall not hide yourself from your own flesh”. The Isaiah Projects is dedicated to uplifting those who do not have the financial means to properly celebrate Shabbat.
Providing Humanitarian Aid to Christians Living in Jerusalem
Isaiah 41:6 states that “Everyone helps his neighbor and says to his brother, ‘Be strong!'” The Isaiah Projects is committed to uplifting the Christian Arab community living in Jerusalem by providing food care packages to those who are financially challenged.
Pastor Donna Taylor
David Nekrutman, the Executive Director of The Isaiah Projects, would like to host your group for a Hebraic Bible Study at Netanya College Jewish Heritage Center or at your hotel venue. Please fill out the form below and David will contact you.