Rabbi Gil Alachadeff to share at Yeshivat Shuvu Global, Bogota
Yesterday, Rabbi Itzhak Shapira announced the participation of Rabbi Gil as a speaker at this year's Yeshivat Shuvu conference in Bogota, Colombia on June 1st through 3rd. Shapira said, "I am humbled beyond measure to announce to the public tonight the involvement of Rabbi Gil Alchadeff in "Sheerit 2019." The largest gathering of Yeshivat Shuvu Global." He continued, "Rabbi Gil who is a very close and dear friend of mine, is one of the most unique Orthodox Rabbi that I have ever met. I am glad to call him a close friend and a partner in the Geulah of our people." Rabbi Shapira says, "Rabbi Gil will be one of three orthodox Rabbis in the event. I must say that I love this man and his wife Chana so much. When I think about a real Jew with real Ahavat Yisrael, I speak of Rabbi Gil. To have him teach our Yeshiva about the end-times is truly prophetic."
Yeshivat Shuvu was established for days like this to have opportunities to reconcile the 2000 years gap between the Messianic Jewish Community and the rest of the Jewish community in humility and in love.
For those unfamiliar with Rabbi. He was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and received his education from The Hebrew University Jerusalem and he furthered his education at Spertus of Judaica Chicago, where he graduated with MBA from University of Dayton Ohio. He then received his Masters of social work at the University of Kansas. He has served as educational director and a Rabbi in congregation Temple Woodland Hills, California, at Congregation Ahavat Achim in Wichita Kansas, and at Temple Sholom, Ontario California for the past 18 years.
He is now serving the community in Los Angeles as a rabbi and adviser lecturing in multitude and diverse subjects, from personal to redemption, promoting faith through personal enlightenment understanding the roots of all faiths."
There will be also a pre-conference Yeshivot on May 30th through 31st available as a part of the conference. We welcome the public worldwide to join us in Bogota Colombia this year.
For information about the conference in Bogota, visit www.Congresoyovel.org.
To learn more about Yeshiva Shuvu and Ahavat Ammi ministries, visit www.ahavatammi.org.