On November 16th we will be having a one day seminar with Guest Speaker Avner Boskey. He will be teaching on the Jewish Roots of Christianity. He will also join us on Sunday morning service.
Saturday Nov 16
Session 1: 9am-10:30am "Touching the Father’s heart for Israel – foundations"
Session 2: 1:00pm-2:30pm "Touching the Father’s heart for Israel – Middle East dynamics through a biblical lens"
Session 3: 4pm-5:30pm "Touching the Father’s heart for Israel – what biblical events are coming down the pike"
Sunday Nov 17
Sunday Service: 10am-12pm "An army of dry bones – Ezekiel’s prophetic vision coming up!"
About Avner Boskey:
Avner Boskey and his wife, Rachel, oversee Final Frontier Ministries, a ministry dedicated to stirring up the creative arts, worship, intercession, evangelism and the prophetic—within a Jewish and Israeli matrix. Avner studied Jewish history and theology at Hebrew University, McGill University, and Dallas Theological Seminary.
Avner and Rachel have been involved for many years both in Israel and in many nations, in evangelism, Bible teaching, writing articles and books, creating original Messianic music, pastoral ministry and leading worship and prayer gatherings. In the 1970’s Avner was a member of the Liberated Wailing Wall, and Rachel led the Star of David Singers. From 1986 to 1993 Avner served as associate editor of MISHKAN: a theological journal on Jewish evangelism published in Jerusalem. In the 1990′s the Boskeys had the privilege to work both with John Wimber in Anaheim CA and with Mike Bickle and James Goll in Kansas City. In 1995-96 they pastored the Messianic Center, a Messianic Jewish congregation in Saint Petersburg Russia.
Avner and Rachel raised their family in the Negev, where they oversee a loose-knit community of worshippers, intercessors and prophetic artists. They have written and recorded much original Messianic worship music, as well as have hosted seminars on the prophetic gifts and prophecy in Scripture.
Avner is the author of the book Israel the Key to World Revival, A Perspective on Islam and A Messianic Perspective on the Restoration of David's Tabernacle.