With A Beautiful Hanukkiah for Hanukkah
Hanukkah is a celebration of miracles.
The God of miracles wants you to experience Him in new ways, strengthening and transforming your faith during the season of light and joy!
Connect to the Roots of Your Faith
Supernaturally grow in the Spirit as you connect to the roots of your faith.
Bring the Light of Yeshua into Your Home
Stay centered on the reason for the season.
Proclaim God’s Promises for 8 Nights
Take time each day to focus on God’s promises.
Learn More about Hannukah, with the Believer's Guide to Hanukkah
[Excerpt] Hanukkah is known as the Festival of Lights or Festival of Dedication.
It’s a season of joyous celebration, light, love, and revelation.
Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew) not only celebrated the Festival of Lights, He also identified Himself with Hanukkah as the One who brings light.
“Now it was the Feast of Dedication in Jerusalem, and it was winter. And Jesus walked in the temple, in Solomon’s porch.” —John 10:22-23
“As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.”
Stay connected to the roots of your faith!
Be Strengthened in The Lord and Bring Light into Your Home
- Purchase your Hanukkiah. Select a style that fits your you and your family.
- Request the Believer's Guide to Hanukkah to learn how to shine His light with your new Hanukkiah.
- Come together with loved ones and light your Hanukkiah each night of Hanukkah.
- Bring the light of Yeshua into your home during this special season.
Ready to Light Your Hanukkiah?
Get The Believer’s Guide to Hanukkah | How to Bring the Light of Yeshua into Your Home during the Holidays
A night-by-night guide on how to light your Hanukkiah and blessings to proclaim with your family
[Excerpt] Start by lighting the Shamash (Servant in Hebrew) candle.
On the first night, light the Shamash, and use it to light the first candle
placed, which is in the far-right holder. The center or highest positioned
candle represents our Servant and Savior, Yeshua.
This candle will always sit higher than the other 8 candles of the
Hanukkiah, as Yeshua is seated above all creation.