HalleluYah! Blessed is the name of Yehovah forever and ever! I will always follow the Elohim of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. His personal Name is Yehovah! My goal is to spread the word of Elohim and to pass what I have learned to anyone willing to lend me their ears. I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. I grew up never liking church and vividly remember my mom having to drag me to service every Sunday. Although I was never really interested in being there, much of what was taught at that pulpit stuck with me and over the years kindled a fire inside of me that yearns for knowledge, wisdom, and understanding. I remember always having questions that the ushers and pastors could not answer. If they could answer, I was not satisfied with their responses. I wanted more than just emotional speeches and holy rolling exaggerated performances. I wanted truth. I knew there was something lacking.
Since those days I have been non-stop searching in the scriptures for what it means to follow Yehovah, the Elohim of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. I have been seeking for what it means to serve Him, to walk with Him. I have encountered fellowships and people along the way that have allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of who my Elohim is and what he is accepting of. During this process I have been able to shed many of my preconceptions of God and the Christ, religion, and faith that have held me in a confused place, spiritually, for much of my life. Through this process I have been able to find peace by understanding what the Elohim of my fathers expects of His children and not what man expects of men. I have learned a great deal, I have shed old burdens and I still have much to learn.
I hope this website finds you in a similar place and time in your life. With questions needing to be asked and answered. I do not have these answers but merely my own studies of the scriptures, and personal life experiences and hopefully these can be used to help guide you like a compass. I pray that Elohim use me as a conduit for others to seek His light. I pray that the words of Yehovah be placed in my heart that I can share them with others in a loving light. I pray that Yehovah bless you wherever you are and that He make His face shine His light upon you.
-The NorthWest Hebrew