Instructors / Speakers


Delanie Aguilar

Title:

Vaccine Choices

Synopsis:

A conversation on vaccine choices, mandates, and filing exemptions; looking at “loving your neighbor” by protecting the right to choose. Now is the time to stand up, show up, and fight for medical freedom. If not you, then who?

Title:

Homeopathic Medicine

Synopsis:

Gaining a better understanding of homeopathy, its roots, mode of action, and how to use it for first-aid and acute situations in your family. Perhaps you’ve tried it, but with limited success. Learn how to search for correct remedies to trigger the body’s natural God-given healing mechanisms.

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 and health. She is a birth doula, naturopathic student, volunteer for the Weston A. Price Foundation and a medical freedom advocate with Michigan for Vaccine Choice. She loves teaching and empowering others to live in God’s natural ways as a source for healing and strength.


Adam Anderson

Title: 

Gospel of John Midrash

Synopsis:

This will be a facilitated reading and discussion of the book of John. The Matthew Midrash in 2019 was well received. Rick Stotts and I thought it would be great to offer a similar opportunity for studying the book of John. The Midrash is always a good chance to study the word as a body of believers and hopefully gain new insights.

Bio:

Adam Anderson’s eyes were first opened to the commandment to observe Shabbat in 2016 while leading a men’s ministry group in an ELCA Lutheran Church. He and his family then attended a Seventh Day Adventist Church for about a year. During this time they became aware of Biblically clean eating; however, they left the SDA Church and then spent the next 9 months observing Shabbat at home. The Andersons attended the first Proclaim Music Festival in the summer of 2018 where they met other like-minded believers. They were finally able to join a fellowship group. This is their 4th year keeping Sukkot as a family at The Rehearsal. Adam enjoyed facilitating a Matthew Midrash in 2019, and this year he looks forward to a closer study of the Gospel of John.

Adam Anderson and his family live in Hartington, Nebraska. Adam works as a truck driver which allows him time to listen to the Scriptures while he drives. His wife, Pam, works as a special education teacher at Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools. Their children are Abby (age 15) and Aidan (age 12.)


Bryan and Valori Cadwell


Yeshua’s Youth Leaders (ages 10-15)

Title: 

Hidden in Plain Sight

Synopsis:

Calling all 10-15 year-olds! Come join us as we unearth hidden treasure, reserved for those with eyes to see and ears to hear. Enjoy surprisingly simple stories that will make you think and might just change your life. And, as always, Y’shua’s Youth is the place to find out about all the youth campfires, dance opportunities, activities, and games created just for you.

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:

Due Season

Synopsis:

The study of the phrase Due Season. Showing that God is faithful.
We can all testify how God has provided for us. While this is truly encouraging, many of us are also familiar with lingering questions and very long seasons, perhaps even currently, of wondering or asking “God, are you there?” This study of “Due Season” is intended to bring refreshing and encouragement.

Bio:

I have been married to Jenna Campau for 31 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 constantly growing and learning.


Tim & Shannon Campau

Title:

Young Adult Activity Leaders

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 and teacher.

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.

Title: 

Soul Soil, Lessons I’m learning from my garden.

Synopsis:

The garden is a place that you never stop learning from and in.  The Heavenly Father has been showing me some correlations between soil health and care and my soul health and care.  This is a message that combines a “sermon” with a garden class.  I will be sharing some fascinating information in regards to how soil and the human body work as well as personal experience in our garden. (Pictures!)  Creation is redeemable on both a cellular level as well as a spiritual one and we will discuss what this looks like.  Given on the Last Great Day it will also have encouragement for your new beginning as we leave Sukkot and venture back out into this world.


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:

Rehearsing for the Underground Assembly (P1)

Synopsis:

Please do not bring a cell phone to the meeting.

Our society has experienced a steady decline in Biblical values in our lifetime. It is now clear that a plan has been unfolding to change up every facet of society. I believe there is an urgent need to prepare the people of God that currently live in freedom for further declines in Biblical values, including fines and imprisonment for those who practice their faith. Historically people are caught unprepared because they believed that, “it won’t happen here”. Let’s learn from history and prepare our minds and our efforts to find our way through this unknown territory. Our mandate is to meet together for fellowship, worship, and witness. Censorship, fear and deceit are some of the enemy’s tactics to end unity.

In this presentation we will talk about:
Why the need to go underground.
Who is the enemy and what does the enemy want.
The historical erosion of our status as a Christian nation.
What does the underground church look like?
Persecution is not happening to us, it is happening for us.
How to function underground and not get caught.
This message is not about beans and bullets.

I borrow some of the content for this message from the book “Preparing for the Underground Church” by Richard Wurmbrand. I may quote a few excerpts from it.

Title:

Rehearsing for the Underground Assembly (P2)

Synopsis:

How to operate underground discreetly and what to do if you are discovered.  This will be entry level basic training.
Topics covered (as time permits)

Anything that will be used against you will be furnished by you.
Setting up your network
Legal vs. lawful
Do not break the law
The Principal and His agent
Romans 13
Identifying the tares
State of emergency declarations/mandates
Status (You are not a sovereign)
Familiarize yourself with the court procedure
Religious defense
Defense strategies
Constitutional protections—Habeas Corpus, jury

This presentation is NOT about more beans and bullets or how to evade lawful authority.
Bring your notebook and pen, no recording devices including cell phones are allowed.

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.


Kelly Rousseau

Title:

Father wounds, Mother wounds, Sexual brokenness? Heal your past, embrace your future.

Synopsis:

Satan uses anything he can to wound us and he knows that if he can wound a child, he will probably have that individual for life. Then when they grow up, they will have children who will be wounded as well and the cycle continues to spiral downward getting worse with each generation. I will be covering father, mother wounds as well as sexual brokenness unbelief, doubt, fear, worry, anxiety, isolation, bitterness, anger, and many other points so that we can be THE SPOTLESS BRIDE OF MESSIAH. Scripture has an answer for ALL of this………. HEAL YOUR PAST, EMBRACE YOUR FUTURE

Yahweh has shown me so very much in the last two and a half years and I just want to share what He has shown me. Come taste that Yahweh is good. Blessed is the man (woman) who trust in Him.

Bio:

I am from the Appleton Wisconsin area. I have been a Sabbath keeper for about 16 years. I have been self employed for 25+ years. I currently am involved in the storage industry.


Rick and Kim Stotts

Title:

A Reasonable and Biblical Perspective on Global Warming

Synopsis:

Because of the current radical, aggressive push to promote agendas that are not portrayed accurately, promote fear and tension, and push against our Judea-Christian ethic and history, we have done considerable research on these topics (global warming, LGBTI and others), primarily to share with our children. But we think it is important to have a fact based conversation with our Torah Observant community so that we might help each other promote truth, responsibility and love.

Bio:

Recently retired, Rick spent 13 years in treatment facilities working with adolescent boys and girls, 14 years teaching Math and Electrical Technology at the high school/community college level, and spent 22 years as an electrical/instrumentation technician. We have 7 children and 21 grandchildren, have been active in protestant churches (primarily Baptist) until 2009, helping with teaching, leading, singing to cleaning toilets. Have pursued a Hebrew Roots-Torah Observant perspective/participation since then. Lived in northern Iowa until 2013, primarily in Northwood, Iowa. Have lived in Webster City, Iowa since.
Played with a Bluegrass Gospel Band for 7 years playing in churches, county fairs and various other venues. Spent 2 years in Manharraand, South Africa volunteering at Dayspring Village school and vulnerable children’s home.


Panel Discussion

Title:

Rehearsing for the New Normal

Synopsis:

This is a panel discussion with several Rehearsal speakers and the topics they presented.. Bring your questions to this meeting and we will cover the issues that we will be navigating during the Great Reset.


The Rehearsal desires to provide messages that encourage and exhort the body to a greater relationship with our Heavenly Father.  While we believe that all of the selected speakers also share this goal, we do realize that not everyone has the same understanding of the scriptures.  The messages may not reflect the exact beliefs held by the board but may provide an opportunity for study and introspection. We ask that grace and mercy rule our conversations and questions while discussing various topics and ideas that may or may not agree with your understanding.


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Our theme this year is "Walk in Newness of Life".

"Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life." Romans 6:4