Restoring the Family Altar is a 8-part series taking you on a pilgrimage through time to learn about altars and their significance in antiquity. Along the way, you’ll learn how to restore the “Family” altar to the hearth of your homes.
What to Expect from this Series
After signing up for this eseries, you’ll receive the first email and learn about examples of altars in Scripture. You’ll also hear from our good friend, Pastor Jack Hayford, and his message titled, “A Time of Altars”.
*This series in particular will be sent out every Thursday at 8 pm EST for the next eight weeks. Because this series builds on top of one another, please mark this time on your calendar to check your email so you don’t miss anything.
We encourage you to read each devotional fully, print it out and share it with your family and friends around the dinner table and at your local Bible study.
Don’t forget to complete each action item listed in every email!
After you’ve completed the series, please visit our TLV Email Preference Center to sign up for another one.
May you be blessed by the reading of the Word!
About Daniah Greenberg, TLV Bible Society Founder
Daniah, a wayward catholic with Jewish ancestry, came to faith after a single visit to a Baptist Church while in college. She graduated with a degree in Communications and married a “nice Jewish boy” named Mark Greenberg in 1989.
After 14 years in congregational ministry, the need for a “Messianic Family Bible” for the next generation of Jewish believers was made incredibly apparent. She took up the charge and effectively gathered leaders from throughout the national Messianic Jewish and Christian community to birth a brand new translation of the Bible: the Tree of Life Version (TLV).
She now leads a diverse team of 70 professionals representing Messianic ministries nationwide and affiliates in Israel to maintain the text. Currently, she’s the spokesperson and chief fundraiser for the Tree of Life Bible Society, whose mission is to see God’s Kingdom grow through the unique Hebraic perspective God has given them. Daniah is a spark plug for community activism and energizes catalytic change wherever she goes. She’s also the author of Simply Sacred.