What others say about Morah
I have known [Morah] for the past twelve years. What has consistently impressed me has been her voracious appetite for the Scriptures, and her flexibility to God’s leading and direction in her personal study sessions. As a result, her knowledge base is quite expansive, and she is masterful in the way she connects Scriptural truths to the subjects she researches. Some of the topics He has directed her to study have been dark, but she has been diligent to go forward because she trusts His leading. Much of what we face today as believers is spiritual wickedness in high places, and God has instructed her to become savvy and knowledgeable so that her warfare against darkness is not only accurate, but precise. Beyond this, [Morah] has an incredibly compassionate heart, a positive attitude, and a passion to share what God reveals to her, because God has good news to share with us! When she shares, whether while leading a bible study or in a one-on-one conversation, she continually prays about what and how to share for that particular group or person. Over the years, I have seen [Morah] become even more in tune to God’s voice, and as a result, what she shares out of the bible becomes a dynamic experience of learning from her as she is being led by the Holy Spirit. This results in personal takeaways specific to our needs in that very moment. As much as she has studied, she remains humble, flexible, and excited to learn from others as well. [Morah] has my highest endorsement as a bible teacher or mentor!
I have known [Morah] for the last 13 years, and for the last 8 years she has been my Bible Study teacher. After many years of attending church and various Bible Studies I realized I was missing something but could not put my finger on what it was. I have heard many sermons on “How to Improve Your Marriage in 3 weeks” or “How to Share the Gospel More Effectively” or “What to Do When Your Fig Tree Doesn’t Blossom” or “Tithing” leaving me wonder is this all there is to know about God and His Word? The answer is no, there is so much more to learn than what we get with the same repetitive sermons or Bible Studies. The Bible encourages us to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). Morah has shown me that it’s not enough to just get people saved or to go to church. Believers need to “study to show themselves approved” (2 Timothy 2:15). While Morah has walked with me on this journey through the Word, she has not only showed me but others what true discipleship means. What makes you a great teacher is not just what you teach but that you are teachable. Morah is exactly that, teachable.
The Bible tells us that “The days are coming (The Last Days),” declares the Sovereign LORD, “when I will send a famine through the land– not a famine of food or a thirst for water, but a famine of hearing the words of the LORD. People will stagger from sea to sea and wander from north to east, searching for the word of the LORD, but they will not find it” (Amos 8:11-12). This is where Morah steps in covering much deeper topics than you’ll receive in just your typical Bible Study and helps you see the Bible through a completely different perspective.
So, if you want to learn, grow and be taught, you’ve come to the right place. Be prepared to see scripture in a whole new light with greater depth and understanding. Be prepared to take what you’ve learned and disciple others since this is one of our great missions in life.