Congregation Elim Online Invitation

Nathan Lawrence, along with co-leader Donna Nash (from North Carolina), is hosting a regular online Shabbat gathering via Zoom. If you are interested in joining the group, please send me a request at This online gathering is only open to those who are serious about living in accordance with YHVH’s written Torah and who are believers in and lovers of Yeshua the Messiah, the Living Torah. If you make a request to join the group, please be prepared to share with Nathan your personal testimony of salvation and a statement about your basic biblically-based beliefs. Nathan will ask you a few questions via email or by phone. Shalom.


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  1. Shalom Brother Natan! I’m so happy to be hearing from you again. I’ve listened to you for years and shared many of your teachings with Brothers incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice where I served for six and a half years as a volunteer for the Sabbatarian Congregations in three different prison units. I also facilitated Hebrew Roots classes. I’ve been a believer since September 17, 1987, received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit 30 days later and have been passionately following my Savior ever since. I now spend my Sabbaths at home alone. I watch you and other ministers throughout the day, spend time in the Word and prayer. I love my quiet Sabbaths, but I do miss fellowship. I still minister on the phone and via J-Pay emails to four Brothers in prison. They are believers like us and what a blessing they are to me. I’m 69 years old and they are my sons in the faith. One calls me Ma. I love them dearly. I consider Father sending me into the prisons to love and minister to His sons behind the bars to be one of the greatest blessings that I have ever received. I would rather be in a prison Sabbath service worshipping Yahweh than any free world church. I would love to join your online gathering. Thank you for inviting me. Love and blessings in Messiah, Sister Donna Price

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