• Thankful for forgiveness. We are disciples of Yahshua,* the Son of God. We are so very thankful that we have found forgiveness for our sins through his precious blood. We have come from every conceivable place in Christianity and we write this as an appeal to you, our brothers and sisters, who are still looking for a place to belong.
  • Our Master promised. Before we became disciples, most of us had a hard time making sense out of Christianity. The more we read the Bible, the more we saw the contradictions between what our Master promised and what we were experiencing. We saw clear commands in the New Testament that were ignored or explained away. This made us realize that we were not content, that deep down in our souls we had doubt about many things.
  • Sincerity and honesty. We were sincere. Deep in our hearts we wanted to serve God. Our Father in Heaven knew our hearts and through many different circumstances led us to cross the path of a people who had a common life together. We fell in love with the Spirit they had, for He caused them to love one another with a sincerity and honesty that we had never seen. They were actually living a common life together like the first disciples in Acts, sharing all things and being devoted to this special life.
  • By His faith and grace. This is who we are — a people in love with the Son of God. He is our life and our hope. We have no other ambition or goal but Him. He is our everything, and by His faith and the grace that he gives to us every day, this love grows. It can’t be contained; we are being consumed by it more and more.
  • Compelled by His Love. We welcome you, our brothers and sisters scattered throughout the confusing land of “spirituality”, to come and visit us for a day, or to stay! Our home and The Yellow Deli, our “outer courts” here on Pearl St in Boulder is open 24hrs (except on the Sabbath) to welcome all those who come.  We believe you will see what we see, and if you do, you’ll never be content with anything else, for: “His love compels us to no longer live for ourselves but for Him who died and rose again on our behalf.” 2 Cor 5:15