Faith, Grace and Torah started out as a page created on a whim to help defend 119 Ministries Facebook page from another Facebook page that was attacking it with slander and all sorts of other atrocities. It was a collective effort then as it is now. We never suspected it would turn into much and figured it would slowly fade away…YAH had other plans, Proverbs 16:9 comes to mind: A man’s heart plans his way,
But YHVH directs his steps.
The first night it was created it topped 100 likes in just a few hours, the numbers went nuts and we realized that YAH had given us a platform to minister from, so the name was then changed to Faith, Grace and Torah and we never looked back.
The idea came to us to try and involve many teachers and give them a place to minister from. We began reaching out to others whom YAH was placing in our paths and things gradually morphed into what we see today at FGT. Our goal is to focus on Yeshua (Jesus), the Torah and deliver wisdom that YHVH imparts with our mishpocha (family), all the while helping to defend the brethren.
Meet the Team
James Boswell is one of our many contributors as well. He often helps with responding to comments and administering the Facebook page. He is very well versed in Apologetics dealing with defending against other religious beliefs such as Islam, Mormonism, etc. James is a New Mexico native and is very active in helping to build FGT as a Ministry behind the scenes.
Eric is a Disabled Combat Veteran who has served in Kosovo, Iraq, and Europe. He has a calling of wielding the sword of the Word as a Soldier in Yah’s Army. He has learned to apply the Military tactics he learned in the Army to apply it to Spiritual Warfare. Eric is very gifted in debates and Spiritual Warfare situations, as well as Appologetics. He loves to teach, and loves getting into some of the deeper elements of the Scriptures, and believe it or not, he loves spinning vinyl records. He has a wife, Jennifer, and three Children, Jaydon, Rhyan, and Emma. He lives in Alabama, and does home Bible Studies with local Israelites every Shabbat.