Our purpose is to preach the gospel of the kingdom. It’s Gods clear command to his church, to preach the gospel to all creation
(Mark 16:15)

To teach the New Testament from the Hebraic roots and to help the body of Messiah to understand the revelation of the Hebraic language is a vast difference from the Greek interpretation. Hebrew is taught at four different levels of interpretation. Where as the Greek only have 2 levels of biblical interpretation. The deepest level of teaching is the sod and secrets or mystery level; this level is really the prophetic level, which revels the scripture parabolic meaning from the spirit of prophecy.

Yeshua teaches what it means to have eyes to see and ears to hear, this is quoted from Isaiah chapter 6, which is an end time move, where the sod level of Messiah is taught to the church in the book of the apocalypse. This process is to provoke the Jews to jealousy. As we see this level of teaching that the early church understood we feel it must be restored back to the church before the coming of the Messiah. We feel it is important to the understanding of the prophetic books…

This is the season of the restoration of ALL things.

Our purpose is to preach the gospel of the kingdom. It’s Gods clear command to his church, to preach the gospel to all creation (Mark 16:15). The message of the gospel is not simply ‘sinners acknowledging that Yeshua/Jesus died for them’ so they can go to heaven. It’s about the Yeshua Messiah (Jesus Christ) coming into the earth, and bringing the Kingdom of God on the earth through his people. We are called to flow in the “forerunner” (John the Baptist) type of anointing that prepares a people for the Lord’s return. We align ourselves with Isaiah 61. As Forerunners, we are to go out and do the works of the Kingdom rather than just be hearers of the Word. We have been commissioned to heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, and cast out devils (Mat 10:7-8).

The Forerunner Ministries Purpose

The forerunners recognize the ministry of the prophetic and apostolic fathers. They recognize the need for reconciliation and restoration of the hearts of the children (immature Christians) to the fathers, the apostles.

The Lord is looking for a people who have eyes to see and ears to hear what He is about to do and announce it to others.

The forerunners, having gone the way of preparation, can then as servants of the Lord awaken the sleeping bride of Christ and prepare a people for the Day of the Lord.

Forerunners are marked by function for a lifestyle or calling to a specific ministry of the following activities and works:
The prophetic  |  Prayer and fasting  |  Being a friend of the bridegroom (prepare the bride)  |  End-time harvest  |  Restoration  |  Release of repentance  |  Release of judgment  |  Release of miracles, signs and wonders

John the Baptist

He was the voice of one crying in the wilderness and charged with proclaiming the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. He prepared the way for Christ’s first coming;


He was the prophet that Malachi spoke of God sending before the great and terrible Day of the Lord. Some Jews practice the “awaiting” of Elijah to come, because there is an expectancy of what Elijah will usher into the earth. Yeshua/Jesus told his disciples that Elijah must come first to restore all things. Elijah’s ministry brings restoration; Matthew 17.

King David

Through his prophetic and messianic Psalms proclaims the events of the Messiah and his crucifixion. David also typified the kingly anointing that Christ has and the lineage of royalty is traced through David;

The Shulamite

In the Song of Songs was a forerunner to the Daughters of Zion, drawing them to the bridegroom. The Shulamite typifies the true and pure church leading the carnal church into a deeper relationship with the Lover who is an ensample of Christ, the heavenlyBridegroom;


The Messiah/Christ is a forerunner as a high priest, because he made a way for us to enter into the Holy of Holies through the veil of his flesh. He created a new and living way for us to approach God the Father.