Instructors / Speakers


Delanie Aguilar

Title:

Tools for Wellness

Synopsis:

Have you ever had a health crisis, yet been told your labs are “normal”? Maybe, you asked for further testing, but your doctor said “no”? How are those lab values set? Can you order them yourself? If you get the results, what do you do with them? Together, we will look at how those lab values for “normal range” are set and explore what a “healthy” range is. I will also be sharing resources for where to order some of your own labs, without a prescription from a doctor. We were created to learn, grow in wisdom, and health, but we may need extra tools to get started on the right path. From our personal experience, I’ll share investigative tools to start your journey, help get to the root of health issues, and open the door for restoration.

Bio:

Delanie Aguilar lives in Michigan. She and David have five children, one daughter-in-law, and one granddaughter. Delanie has a passion for holistic living, nutrition, health, and medical freedom. She is a midwifery student, birth assistant, naturopathic student, and a medical freedom advocate with Michigan for Vaccine Choice and volunteer with the Weston A Price Foundation. She loves strengthening others to live in Yah’s natural ways of healing and power to live out His design.


Vince Bardot

Title: 

Song of Moses and the Psalms

Synopsis:

With his song, as a testimony, Moses is advising the Israelites and us Messianic believers to choose life, which we need to take to heart. The Book of Psalms and all songs in the Bible were written by many different people through the inspiration of the Spirit of YHVH. The Psalms were created for instruction, meditation, and prayer, as we prepare for the return of our King, Yeshua. The Psalms are filled with history of the Word of YHVH, and with fulfilled Prophecies of Yeshua’s 1st coming, and unfulfilled Prophecies of Yeshua’s 2nd coming. But most importantly, as we struggle through our journey with YHVH and Yeshua, in these last days, witnessing the world falling farther and farther from The Creator of all, the Psalms enlighten the Word Of YHVH within us, filling our hearts, minds, and souls with happiness and joy, and inspiring us to continually sing praises to our God, Savior and Redeemer.

Bio:

Vince and Tracie Bardot have been married for 19 years and have been striving to obey the Torah for 14+ years. They are leaders of a Messianic Community in Cedar Rapids, IA., and Vince works as a Tool Room Administrator. Vince has a heart for Israel, loves his brothers and sisters in Messiah, and the complete Word of God, including the Tanach and the B’rit Hadashah. He loves to teach about fearing YHVH through obedience, reverence, and holiness. His heart’s desire is to lead others to glorify YHVH through the “love language” of God, obedience. Vince leads a weekly Torah Study at their Community and attends a Christian Men’s Bible Study twice a month enabling him to share the Hebrew Roots of faith.


Bryan and Valori Cadwell

Yeshua’s Youth Leaders (ages 10-15)

Title: 

Nutty Neighbors?  We’re here to help!

Synopsis:

We know it by heart. Love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:39). But what does that look like in real time, especially with our more “nutty neighbors”? Come join us as we explore some super-specific and easy-to-understand tools for building healthy relationships and loving our neighbors well.

Title: 

Family Talks: Preparing our Kids to Stand Strong in a Godless World

Synopsis:

Join us as we explore some tools that we, as parents, can use to equip our children and young adults to face a Godless world with confidence and strength. We’ll discuss ways to keep a strong connection with our children, and we’ll talk about specific topics of study designed to strategically arm our kids to face the many spiritual challenges that await them.

Bio:

Bryan and Valori Cadwell live, learn, work, and enjoy life to its fullest in their country home in Wisconsin.  Bryan is a self-employed automation engineer, and Valori loves homeschooling and teaching young people public speaking skills and tools for defending their faith.


Daniel Campau

Title:

What is Truth?

Synopsis:

Many Christians today do not know where to find or how to define truth. Many find truth to be situational and subjective. We will reinforce what real truth is using God’s Word. This should bring us peace and joy freeing us in the midst of our crazy lives.

Title: 

7 Spiritual Laws to Success & Happiness

Synopsis:

Today we have increasing prescriptions for depression. It seems everywhere there is a lack of Joy and Happiness. in this message we will cover 7 spiritual. Biblical laws to bring happiness and joy.

Bio:

I have been married to Jenna Campau for 32 years and we have 5 wonderful children. I live and work in West Michigan for the Besser Company as an electrical engineer. My parents did their best to teach me from childhood about the ways of the Master Yeshua, including an awareness of the Sabbath and Holy Days, and I have been trying to walk a walk of faith my entire life. As with everyone, this is a walk of joy and constantly growing and learning.


Tim & Shannon Campau

Title:

Young Adult Activity Leaders

Synopsis:

We believe that our young adults are the next generation of leaders and so should be treated and trained as such. We desire to provide character building activities along with special opportunities for fun and service.

Our young adult activities are open for single youth ages 16 to 22+. We will have several activities organized to happen in the evening after the community dinner.

Title: 

Dance Class.

Synopsis:

Come join us for a basic steps dance class along with familiarizing you with how to follow the dance leaders who will be directing during worship. The class will be tailored to the group that comes to learn. Everyone is welcome, children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult or older sibling

Title: 

Family Talks: 4 tools for strengthening your Marriage

Synopsis:

Join Timothy and Shannon Campau as we explore 4 different tools that you can practice to strengthen your marriage. We will have practical suggestions and a worksheet to take home to help remind you to practice these skills which are based on the brain science of how our amazing Creator organized our brains for relationships.

Title: 

Seed Saving 101.

Synopsis:

Join long time gardener and teacher Shannon Campau for a fun trip into botany, how to save seeds, preserve our food heritage as well as some basic gardening information. We’ll have time for questions and suggestions of helpful books to acquire in your own quest for food independence and stewardship.

Bio:

Timothy and Shannon Campau have been married since 1999 and have been exploring the Hebrew roots of their Christian faith since 2001. They reside in Michigan where they garden together, play a lot of volleyball, and are active in their fellowship and community. Timothy is a computer programmer by trade while Shannon is a gardener, artist, teacher and works for ThriveToday Ministry as an event coordinator.

Shannon is the Worship dance leader at The Rehearsal. She has been dancing since her first Sukkot and became a dance leader shortly after. She is passionate about sharing this gift with others and dancing for His glory.


Gary Dose

Title: 

The Sounding of the Shofar

Synopsis:

The Shofar is a biblical instrument, usually made from a ram’s horn, but sometimes from a goat, antelope or kudu. The Shofar is mentioned over 70 times in Scripture. It is used in announcing, warning, celebrations, and the coronation of kings. The ram’s horn represents the ram caught by its horns when Abraham was about to sacrifice Isaac. Likewise, it represents Yeshua, our substitute and deliverer, the Horn of our Salvation. The sounding of the shofar calls Yahweh’s people to repentance, faith and devotion.

If you would like to use your shofar as a tool of worship during this feast, it will be helpful to come to this training session! Join us as we learn about the basics of the shofar, various calls and their functions, and shofar protocol. Bring your shofars along!

Title: 

Family Talks – Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Synopsis:

The bar/bat mitzvah is a coming of age ceremony. But what prepares the child for that maturity process? What prepares the parents for the time when the child is no longer a child but a budding adult? We will explore the value of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony, our experience, and more importantly training and preparing children to mature into responsible adults who live a life in agreement with our Creator’s purposes.

Bio:

Gary and Shirley Dose have been married for 33 years and have been Torah pursuant for the last 12. They along with their children Shawna and Garrett operate a 4th generation family farm in western IA. Gary is a “jack of many trades but master of none” and is currently on a quest to return to the basics of life and how to operate a farm in a Torah friendly manner apart from the servitude of debt, GMO’s and employment. Shirley is an avid student of Torah and homemaker, gardener and Gary’s partner. She is the main hub for the small prison ministry the Dose’s operate. The Doses are part of a home fellowship group and are thankful to have local like-minded believers.


Michelle & Nick Gellings

Title: 

HELP!-We are drowning in social media/gaming issues!

Synopsis:

Are you having trouble with your youth being addicted to gaming or social media? Is it a constant battle in your home over screen time? Husband & Wife team, married for 24 years and 6 children will share their findings, facts, info and personal experience with this battlefield and give you tools to not only be victorious but no longer feel bullied or guilty for your choices.

Bio:

We started off as grade school sweethearts….now we are grandparents and have been on the battle field to protect and raise God fearing children for the past 28 years. We reside near Sheboygan, WI and are business owners and ministry leaders with a gathering we call HalleluYah Fellowship. We have been on our faith journey for 15 years and never look back with regret.


Adam Gunderson

Title: 

Getting Home in a Disaster. What’s in Your Bag?

Synopsis:

With the current world political climate, the only thing that is certain is our faith in Yahweh. So we must be prepared for anything, both spiritually and mentally. With that, there may come a time that you are away from home and something happens. Are you prepared to make it home to your family? This teaching will help guide you through ways to prepare yourself and your family to get home in the case of a disaster. Having a Get Home Bag is just that to help you get home. Everyone’s situation is different and you need to tailor the bag to your situation. This class will go over the basic items and other ideas to build your own Get Home Bag, as well as touching on Bug Out Bag, Patrol Bag, and the differences. We will also be talking about alternative communications for Non-cellular networks or off-grid networks.

Bio:

Adam and his wife Melissa have been married for 23 years and have 7 children. We came into the belief that the Torah was meant for us today about 11 years ago. We currently live in northern Minnesota. Adam has been in Law Enforcement since 2001 and spent 21 years in the MN Army National Guard and was Deployed in 2003-2004 to Bosnia and 2005-2007 to Iraq. He spent the last 10 years in the military as an instructor and taught topics including First Aid, Troop Movement, Communication, Land navigation, and Weapons and Tactics. For Law enforcement, Adam is a Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Less Lethal, Defensive Tactics, and Active Shooter response, instructor. He has also completed the FBI’s Crisis Negotiator course and is one of five negotiators in the county he works in. Adam also runs a Firearms Training company and has a small gun shop.


Malissa Kerr

Title: 

Family Talks – Mentoring toward a life partner

Synopsis:

Wisdom comes with time and experience. As parents, we are to model and mentor in a way that leads them to faithful adulthood. Helping our children find and become a life partner starts with trust built over the years between parents and their children. Courtship can be a way to mentor and guide our adulting children while guarding their hearts and growing toward a covenantal relationship. Let’s take a look at how this journey is special and unique for each individual and each family.
We will discuss courtship, betrothal and adulting our children.

Bio:

Michael and Malissa Kerr, married for almost 33 years with eleven children and nine grandchildren, have spent twenty-two years walking awakened to a Hebraic understanding of the Torah. Our journey has taken us from southern Missouri to northern Minnesota, doing construction, homesteading and running a produce farm. Michael currently works as an insurance claims adjuster and Malissa is homeschooling four of the six children, still at home and serving in the community doing birth work and perinatal mental health support.


Rick and Kim Stotts

Title: 

Give to the poor – lessons from Africa Making the Jews Jealous – lessons from Israel

Synopsis:

We had a real misunderstanding on how God wants us to give to the poor. We really struggled with it in Africa, requiring us to do a lot of reading and talking with fellow missionaries. We will share our new Biblical perspective and think it will be beneficial to you.

Several good friends have taken on an Orthodox/Conservative Jewish lifestyle, and believe that God is calling us to be ‘grafted into the olive tree’ and/or that this is how we will make the Jews jealous (Rom. 11:11). Spending most of the summer in Israel has encouraged some introspection/thought on the subject. It is nothing definitive but believe that it will be insightful.

Bio:

We are blessed with a large mixed family. We have seven children, one who was adopted. We just welcomed into the world our 22nd grandchild – Veloria. All of them claimed to be Christian, some to greater degree, some less. We have been a part of a Hebrew Roots community for 13 years, and our lives, marriage and faith have been incredibly blessed by it. Unfortunately we did not get into Hebrew Roots until well after all of our kids left home and started families, and they do not share our enthusiasm for this perspective – yet.
We thank God for our Sabbath group and our Sukkot group. We treasure out time together, and keep you in our prayers. You are family.
Being retired give us a little more time for research. That is what we are sharing. We pray it is profitable for you.
We live in Webster City, Iowa, about 40 miles east of Twin Lakes.


Michael Ray McCollum

Title: 

What makes us ill: Germ theory vs Terrain Theory

Synopsis:

Because of the whole covid scam with the poisonous shots so many have been coerced into taking I believe we should take good look at what makes people sick. Are bacteria and viruses the culprit or is it toxicity and malnutrition or is it a combination of the two? I am not a medical doctor so I will using the material of other researchers and taking a look a the history the germ theory and vaccines.

Bio:

I have been a believer in Yahushua and the torah since 1997. My wife Mescal and live in North Arkansas and I do construction.


Ryan White

Title: 

The Other Son

Synopsis:

Most readings of the parable of the prodigal son focus on the younger son. Yet the entire parable wasn’t about this prodigal son, but about his older brother’s response. This teaching will delve into the purpose of the parable, the cultural context behind key parts of the parable, and how the response of the older son is a message for us today.

Bio:

Ryan White utilizes evidence-based research to teach the Scriptures in its original historical context. He has a Masters in Biblical Studies degree focusing on the Biblical languages, Biblical history, and ancient culture. Ryan focuses on the sacrificial system, honor and shame, the equity of Torah, and other key areas in order to bring a message of unification to the body of Messiah. He will challenge you to look at the Bible in many new and exciting ways.


 


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