THE FAMILY TREE
"He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?" Micah 6:8
We respect justice, moral, and spiritual existence for both the present and future generations. The hope is to ensure and preserve a harmonious interaction with all people as disciples of Yeshua. We endeavor to develop and strengthen Judeo-Christian identity, that fosters biblical values and enriches the greater global community. Serving as a supportive resource, we are dedicated to spiritual advancement that cultivates educational and cultural growth. Etz Chayim is a learning community where communion in God and His love is developed. Following rabbinic protocol [Proclamation, Explanation, Demonstration] people administrate God's true purpose as co-laborers in the Lord's kingdom. We engage the gospel of Yeshua the Messiah through discipleship, stewardship, and fellowship.
Humanity is a biology; salvation is life. Etz H’Chayim recognizes and affirms the importance of both. We believe all people are a part of the Lord’s heritage. We seek to promote godly diversity across the international society. As a place of exchange, development, and creativity cultural diversity is essential. As we participate in the Lord’s plan, our interactive discipleship must demonstrate a love that emphasizes multicultural identities. For this to happen there must be an interactive exchange of all citizenry. Within the framework of the Lord’s kingdom, Etz H'Chayim is "The Family Tree."
Interactive development of individuals, families, and nations
Community of Faithfulness
Prayer without ceasing
Education that Edifies
We strive to be the "Family Tree" through "leader-sheep" centered on the Great Shepherd, Yeshua. Etz Chayim is like a tree firmly planted by the streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season, and our leaves do not wither.
Discipleship that walks in salvation
Establishing godly authority
Obedience that brings freedom
Reflect the image of our Eternal Father after His likeness
Alliances with international communities