Our Mision

The 4 Apostolic Pillars

Acts 2:42  “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers

It is our mission to:

 1) Make disciples through THE APOSTLES’ DOCTRINE

    A. Preaching to all nations the coming Kingdom of Aluhym (God).

    B. The Plan of Salvation according to Acts 2:38

    C. The One, Indivisible Aluhym (God) consistent with Deuteronomy 6:4; the  Mighty AL (God) in
          Mashyach (Christ).

    D.  Abandonment of Pagan forms of worship i.e. Any practice that is NOT permitted by Yahuah
          (the LORD) and that are nor supported by Scripture.

2) Ordain Elders in every city into THE APOSTLES’ FELLOWSHIP:

As in the book of Acts, no Dabar Yahuah Ministries Elder is “independent”. This is an Apostolic Ordination through the laying on of hands which continues as a lifelong connection. Thus, true Apostolic Ordination is not merely an “event” but rather a living continuing unity. The Dabar Yahuah Ministries is a source of connectedness for those of like precious faith, and a resource of Ministers and Congregations giving us greater access to one another's gifts for the furtherance of the message.

With this unity we draw ever closer in Doctrine and Understanding, rescue Ministries from isolation, and avoid the tendency to drift off in independent directions developing unique idiosyncrasies which ultimately polarize the body

3) Restore Sacramental Authority through the APOSTOLIC BREAKING OF BREAD.

The Apostolic movement has been a beacon of truth restoring the Sacramental Authority of Baptism which was destroyed through the Protestant reformation. A Sacrament is defined as" :  a Christian rite (as Baptism or the Eucharist) that is believed to have been ordained by Mashyach (Christ) and that is held to be a means of divine grace or to be a sign or symbol of a spiritual reality." 

Thus, literal obedience to Baptism in the NAME is the act of faith through which flows the grace of remission. We obey the symbol in faith which is sacramental, and Aluhym (God) releases the spiritual grace. In this is revealed the saying “by grace, through faith”.

The Apostolic “Breaking of Bread” is a Sacrament lost by Protestants when Rome declared their communion invalid. The Protestant response was to abandon the Master's (Lord's) Table as a Sacrament. However, it was Rome’s communion which was invalid because the cup in her hand holds not the blood of the New Covenant but rather is “full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication”.

We experience the real presence of the Lamb of Aluhym (God) and the Blood of the New Covenant through the spiritual grace (understood as consubstantiation rather than transubstantiation) as we share the Covenant Meal in our congregations. “The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion of the blood of Mashyach (Christ)? 

The bread which we break, is it not the communion of the body of Mashyach (Christ)?” 1 Corinthians 10:16

4) Apostolic Prayer and All it Affords

Effectual, fervent, Apostolic prayer “Shook the House” and “dispatched angels to the prison cell of Peter”. It is through this spiritual conduit that the presence of the Heavenly invades the Earthly.

We as Apostolic believers need to continue

James 5:16 Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.