Our Seed of Abraham Fellowship faith principles, as well as our decisions and actions, are based on the knowledge that the Bible is God’s inspired Word to mankind. We recognize no other document as directly God breathed or equally inspired. The Bible is truth and light and is infallible as handed down in its original documents. There is one Holy Bible, indivisible and forever relevant and authoritative in all its parts consisting of the Old and New Testaments. The Bible is inherently a culturally Hebrew document, which reflects the reason for our commitment to a Hebraic Heritage faith perspective.
Our earnest desire is to be a light to our community, just as our Messiah Yeshua exemplified.
WHAT WE DO
Through prayer and careful study, we proclaim and live out the truth found in the Whole Word--
from Genesis to Revelation.
Our privilege is to be a light to our neighbors—serving as our Messiah did. Our goal is to give those around us a glimpse of the kingdom of God wherever we go and to whomever we serve.
Meet the Team
WHO WE ARE
At Seed of Abraham Fellowship we seek to rediscover a Believer’s faith-walk more consistent with what Christ and the Apostles advocated and lived. That means to set aside man-made tradition, however familiar and comfortable it might be, and instead to re-embrace the commandments of God as well as to observe His biblically ordained holy days and appointed times. We are a new 21st century church that reflects the ancient ways, ideals, spirit and first love that was the hallmark of the 1st century church: the ways and ideals of Our Messiah.
STATEMENT OF FAITH
God is One. The Father, Son, Holy Spirit form one unified Godhead.
Exodus 3:14-15; Psalm 14:1; Deuteronomy 6:4; Isaiah 44:6-8; 45:5; 1 Timothy 2:5; 1 Corinthians 8:4; Matthew 3:16,17; Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Romans 1:7 Father; Hebrews 1:8 Son; Acts 5;3, 4 Holy Spirit
Yeshua of Nazareth (Jesus Christ) is the one and only Messiah.
He is both deity and man. He was born of a virgin; he was crucified, but was raised from the dead, His sacrifice paying for the sins of all who trust in Him as Savior.
Romans 1:3; Galatians 4:4; John 1:14; Matthew 1:18; Luke 2:40, 52; Ezekiel 18:4; Romans 7:14; Romans 5:8; Romans 10:8-10
All humans are in need of personal salvation and there is but one way for this Salvation, and that is through God’s grace by accepting His Son, the Messiah Yeshua.
1 Timothy 1:15; 1 Timothy 4:10; Romans 3:23, Romans 5:8; Romans 10:13
The Holy Spirit indwells Believers after one commits to Yeshua.
Acts 1:8; Acts 2:38; Matthew 3:11; Luke 11:13; John 14:15-17; John 14:26; John 15:26
The Body of Christ is commanded by God to stand with and beside Israel, and is spiritually connected to Israel, but has not replaced Israel as His Chosen People.
While God makes a physical distinction between Jews and gentiles, He makes no spiritual distinction as both need Messiah Yeshua for Redemption (Salvation).
Joel 2:27; Exodus 3:16; Leviticus 18:2; Deuteronomy 27:9; Romans 11:17; Acts 11:1; Acts 13:48; Romans 9:24; Romans 15:9; Galatians 3:4
Shabbat (Sabbath), the 7th day of the week, was ordained as a holy day by God at the end of Creation and was reaffirmed in the Law of Moses and later by Christ (Yeshua, Jesus).
Nowhere in the Bible has this been repealed or dismissed. Therefore we honor the 7th day of the week, from Friday at sunset to Saturday at sunset, as Shabbat, the Day of Rest.
Genesis 2:1-3; Exodus 31:14, 14, 17; Isaiah 56:6, 7