The Imposter Tour #57: Duck Commander / Duck Dynasty – West Monroe, LA

Our next stop was the Duck Commander / Duck Dynasty Warehouse in West Monroe, Louisiana. This is something we’ve wanted to do for a while. Give our videos to the Robertson Family. We desired to give it to them personally. Short on time, but in hopes of catching a member of the family at their warehouse we hurried on our way.

As we pulled out of the campground we saw a terrible aftermath of an accident. A fuel tanker truck drove off the exit ramp and onto the road below. Praise YAH there wasn’t a vehicle below as it crashed! We do not know details if the passenger of the truck was injured or fatal.

This was not the only accident we encountered on the highway! It is very important to pray for safety and protection while on the roads and highways. Even if you are simply leaving your home to drive a short distance. Always pray for safety before you set out.

We have seen many accidents along the highway as we travel. Here is another. This motor home busted up like a cardboard box. Our prayers go out to the family of all the passengers who lost their life. There were no survivors.

2 miles from the Duck Commander warehouse, right off the exit we had to stop. Brother Danny was having problems with his truck and had to pull over at the Walmart parking lot. We were so close! 5 minutes short from arrival we would not have made it in time for the business hours. We arrived when they were closed. Still determined, we put our DVDs in a brown paper bag, wrote a note to the Robertson Family and slid on the door. If any of the Duck Commander crew is reading this, we forgot to include Jase’s name on the letter!

We got a group selfie outside John Luke & Willie’s Snow Cone stand.

Until next time! We are going home and getting ready for Passover!

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The Imposter Tour #56: New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade

We are so thankful, that we had this opportunity to do some street witnessing down in the French Quarter of New Orleans. One time while we were on Royal street, when we were fixing to leave, we noticed lots and lots of people were starting to gather in the street. Brother Michael walked down that way to find out what was going on! To our surprise, we learned from this couple in the picture, that 3,000 people were about to be in a marching Mardi Gras parade! Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday was weeks away and that is how we learned that the Carnival seasons last for quite a few weeks. They also shared with us that anyone and everyone was more than welcome to line up and walk the parade. We didn’t stick around to be in no parade nor did we stay to watch the parade. However, we did manage to snap a few pictures before the parade started!

Look at all these people about to walk in a Mardi Gras parade. Just think this parade didn’t offer any big fancy floats but people were very eager and excited to walk. This crowd of people was like that for many blocks, as far as we could see! All these people, and this is not even a float parade on Mardi Gras day! Wow!!!!

Another view of the street line up for the walking Mardi Gras parade on Royal Street in New Orleans.

This man took a selfie with Brother Michael. I think he was part of the marching band.

These people were very happy and colorful. I didn’t get around to asking them what they thought of Mardi Gras but from the looks of it, they are enjoying themselves:
This group we managed to take a quick snap, these are all men dressed up like women:

People didn’t care that it was raining. No rain was going to stop this walking parade:
This group was called, Krewe of Cork! Took me a while to realize that this was ‘cork’ as in wine! Mardi Gras like many other pagan fertility festivals, allows people to be fully intoxicated. As you can see, they are filling up getting toasted right there in the middle of the street.  Good thing they are walking I guess huh?

I think this man was also in the Krewe of Cork group. He might have been the king of the cork, I don’t really know off hand but we did manage to snap a picture of him. Seems like another happy guy:

Well time for us to head on out of here! Glad, we got to share with you all at least one Mardi Gras Parade from New Orleans. Wasn’t planned nevertheless you get a glimpse of how crowded the Mardi Gras parades down in New Orleans get.

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The Imposter Tour #55: Hibernia St. Patrick’s Parade & 5k run in Biloxi, MS

Just as Mardi Gras is not just a single day celebration, St. Patrick’s Day is also a multi-week celebration observed as such in the Southern States. Besides people eating corned beef and cabbage, there are various street parties, parades along with other activities. Talk about perfect timing? Since we were in the area, we decided to make a few unplanned tour stops!

St. Patrick Day parades are just like the Mardi Gras parade. Plenty of people, loud music, various items thrown along with beads galore. Yet we learned that during the St. Patrick day parades people also throw carrots, potatoes and entire heads of cabbage!

We were on the streets during the Hibernia St. Patrick’s Day Parade & 5K run in Biloxi Mississippi. First time ever going to any St. Patrick’s Day Parade.  As the parade was fixing to pass where we were, we put our material next to a pole. Whoever felt led to take one they were. The rain held off which was great as we didn’t want our material to get wet!
The parade started. Here are some pictures of the parade. We found a parking spot, close to the Hard Rock Casino there in Biloxi Mississippi.


The bag pipes:
I guess these two guys represent St. Patrick and a Leprechaun:
This was a very big parade with streets lined with people. Glad the rain held off until later in the evening.
This float was extremely long:
We decided to stay around for a while after the parade ending to talk to people.

This guy was showing off all his beads he got from the parade.

After the parade, had ended, Sister Linda needed to take a real pit stop. So, we went into the Mardi Gras Museum and let us use the restroom. While we were in their we took a quick peep at the very fancy displays:
This is the piece one of the king’s wore. While looking at the huge detailed train, I am thus reminded of how YashaYahu saw Yahuwah’s train filled the entire Hekal:
“In the year that Sovereign Uzziyahu died, I saw Yahuwah sitting on a throne, high and lifted up, and the train of His robe filled the Hekal.” -Yashayahu 6:1

What a wonderful and joyful sight that will be to see Yahushua on HIS majestic throne.

Brother Danny and Sister Linda took a quick moment to feel how the King and Queens chair feels:
I don’t know if that is how all the King and Queen’s chair feel, but this was the top of the line comfy chair that had a lot of padding that was in all the right places. Well Shalom for now, see you all at our next tour stop!

The Imposter Tour #54: Menge Flea Market #2 – Pass Christian, MS

Our next stop was our Second time at the Menge Flea Market. Wow, what a different two weeks can make in how busy this flea market gets. I truly believe the people that have told us that in the summer months Menge Flea Market is extremely busy. All spots for vendors are taken. What is not to like about this flea market? This is a perfect spot for vendors and the bargain shoppers. Close to the beaches, right off the highway, yet nestled back off the road with camping, food and even live band! This is a very nice place. We were thrilled to get to set up here again for a second time.  The only issue we have at this flea market is that you have to reserve your spot for the entire weekend! Sure, one can purchase their spot on Friday (which we did both times). However, we normally like to rest on the Sabbath ourselves! Nevertheless, we did set up but will not buy nor sell anything on the 7th Day Sabbath! Here are some pictures:

We gave away 65 DVD’s here at the Flea Market! Very good as we do not force anyone to take anything. We simple set up our booth and make ourselves available. All those who are interesting will stop and ask us questions. Here are some pictures:

Brother Danny and Sister Linda setting up some DVD’s!
Here they are waiting to talk to anyone that is interested:

Flea Markets always have interesting finds to say the least. While out stretching our legs, we found this huge 10 feet tall Sir Lancelot.

Shalom everyone, see you at our next tour stop!

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The Imposter Tour #53: Sea Horse Parade -Bay St. Louis, MS

National Imposter tour hits the streets of, Bay St. Louis Mississippi. We were there at the Sea Horse Parade! Such a beautiful little city right on the water. This parade was to start at 5 P.M. but due to the possibility of rain, they started one hour later at 6 p.m. Seems the closer we get to Fat Tuesday the more wilder and wilder the parade watchers along with the people in the parade become. While we were trying to find a popular spot to set up our spot, we overheard some parade riders to make sure they drink all the jello shots and this was 2 hours prior to the start of the parade.
This parade sure was different in that, this was a golf-cart parade! Each golf-cart was decorated with all sorts of themes. Some was the popular super heroes, others were like skulls and bones, Mardi Gras themed, pop cans, shark themed, Spiderman and Batman along with many more!

The pictures didn’t take to good because it was so dark out. However, we did witness to some people and they took the free material. Since this parade was right next to the water, there were thousands and thousands of biting gnats. Never seen such a thing before like that. Nevertheless, it was well worth it to those who received the Besorah!

Shalom for now! See you all at our next tour stop.

The Imposter Tour #49: Biloxi, MS – Neptune Night Parade


Our next stop was taking the Imposter tour to the streets in Biloxi, Mississippi during the Neptune Night Parade. This parade was the biggest one so far that we have seen. People were lined up for miles and miles just on the street we were at. The entire parade route was many streets.

To our left:
To our right:
People starting setting up hours before the parade even started. People had tents set up. Lots of grilling going on also. As we were driving by I even saw a motor home parked and set up!

Brother Michael performing and doing some street witnessing to some people:
A picture of the free literature to those who were interested:
Pictures of some of the parade floats:

This parade was long! When it ended this is the mess that was left behind.
One paraded that we didn’t go to but drove down one of the parade route streets, was nothing but broken BEADS! It was a total mess.

We pray that those who received the free material will be blessed by it. We hope we did a good job of planting the seed!

Next stop, the D’lberville/St. Martin North Bay Association Parade. Shalom everyone, see you there!

The Imposter Tour #48: Mardi Gras Parade -Gulfport, MS

Our next stop was the Gulfport, Krewe of Gemini Carnival Day Parade. We managed to park close to the parade line up. We had plenty of time to view the floats before the parade began.

Lots of people starting to line up to watch this parade:
As soon as the parade starting so did the loud music along with the throwing of beads, cups, stuff animals, flowers and all sorts of stuff:

Look at all those beads they are going to throw out to the parade watchers:


The Christian themed floats where more laid back. I don’t think they gave any beads away just handed out Christian tracts:
Some beads on a dog:
I think this was the longest float in the entire parade:

This parade was the more family oriented one. People seems happy to celebrate the pagan feast of Mardi Gras. As bystanders in the parade we did get a lot of beads, cups, flowers thrown at us:

See you all at our next Parade!

The Imposter Tour #47 Mardi Gras Parade -New Orleans, LA

The FOY ministry has always enjoyed doing street witnessing. Years ago, before we came into the truth we had a non-denomination tract ministry. This ministry consisted of going to any given city, town or village passing out various Christian dogmatic teachings! A times, we sat outside movie theatres, Walmart as well as other grocery stores. It was not uncommon to see mixing in any public gathering such as festivals and parades. We mostly went door to door.  Hey if the Jehovah witnesses can do it, so can we, right? Of course, we can! I’ll never forget the little town Hillsboro Ohio. After we came into the knowledge of the truth (Sabbath, Torah, Yahushua), we went back to every single home, grocery store (Walmart, K-mart, etc.), festival, movie theatres, restaurants and even the Christmas parades! Even though it’s been close to twenty years ago, I still remember that fire burning deep with me, as we passed out the very first FOY ministry tracts! HalleluYah!

Street witnessing back then was easy. You didn’t need a permit to give something away. And most businesses didn’t care if you asked first. Getting the owners’ permission was all that was needed. Not anymore! Now-a-days, most businesses want to know exactly what is going to be given away.  Quite a few businesses even require the group to have proof they are non-profit organization. Yet others require the group having a tax I.D. number and/or holds a 501C tax exempt status. To hand any material out during parades, festivals or other street witnessing requires a permit! Another fee in the city’s pocket!

Considering these matters, we here at the FOY ministry were very exciting in knowing that some of these Golf Coast Cities will allow street witnessing without having to obtain a permit! If you have ever done or thought of doing any sort of street witnessing, then you know firsthand all the red tape (rules and regulations) that is required just to stand on the public street and give free material away! The only regulation that the city told us is that if the Police were to see us, they could ask us to leave or hand over our material.
Back in 2016 we planned on doing some Southern States, yet we didn’t plan on the time frame or time of year we’d be in any given city. We truly feel Yahuwah had His hand in this. We had a 60-day delay back in November/December of 2016. This delay caused us not to make it to Corpus Christi Texas this year. However, the delay did put us right here in these Southern States during the very popular Mardi Gras festivals season!

We have never been to any type of Mardi Gras festival! Mardi Gras can be quite wild as this is a feast that starts December 6th and ends on Fat Tuesday (day before Ash Wednesday). This long feast is a time of much wild debauchery.

There are many Mardi Gras parades where people are packed in the streets. Considering this we wanted to take full advantage of this situation. Off we went making sure we had plenty of material which included tracts and DVD’s. We searched for the most crowded areas where we could hand out our material. Not wanting to force our beliefs on anyone, we decided to set up a FOY station at any given high traffic corner!

Our first Mardi Gras Festival was in Ocean Springs by the Carnival Association Parade. Not knowing anything about Mardi Gras we were very surprised at what we saw. The parade mostly consisted of loud music and lots of beads being thrown out of the floats. The video footage did not turn out so great but you can see Sister Linda talking a little about it along with Brother Danny interview some of the bystanders:
We were not able to stay for the entire night parade because the parade didn’t start until late. Here are some pictures:

See you at the next parade!

The Imposter Tour #46: Biloxi, MS

Our next stop was at the Finders Keeper Flea Market in Biloxi Mississippi! We have met some wonderful people while on the National Imposter tour, especially down here in the deep south. We found this flea market while staying in Pass Christian. We were very exciting to learn that through March the outdoor vendors can set up for FREE! How exciting is that? What a huge blessing for us! The average flea market fee is 25.00 bucks for one day! Here is Brother Danny setting up:

At Finders Keepers flea market people just set up wherever they want. Here are some pictures:

Despite this being a smaller flea market, with only nine vendors, we gave 15 DVD’s away. Praise Yahuwah! We always pray asking Yahuwah to bring who He wants to our spot so we can witness to whoever may need and whoever is open to receiving the truth!

See You all! Next stop, taking the Imposter tour to the streets of Mississippi and New Orleans!

The Imposter Tour #45: Menge Flea Market -Pass Christian

Our next stop, was at the Menge Flea Market in Pass Christian Mississippi! Not only was the Menge Flea Market rather large, with over 200 vendors, but there was a RV campground nestle behind the flea market. The campground offered bathrooms, washer/dryers and even Wi-Fi! We enjoyed staying at the campground because it was not very busy, had plenty of trees and offered a peaceful fishing pond! Not to mention to stay here for one month was very reasonable at $508.00!


Some pics of the nice campground:

This place was a wonderful stop for us. One reason is because of the location which was perfect for us. We were about 64 miles away from New Orleans. Plus, we had access to many popular Gulf coast cities (lots of tour stops). We did all sorts of street witnessing without a permit (click here, here, here, here and here). If you have ever done or thought of doing any sort of street witnessing, then you know firsthand all the red tape (rules and regulations) that is required just to stand on the public street and give free material away! We were very excited to know that we can do this without a permit.
The flea market at Menge is considered the largest outdoor flea market in the Mississippi Gulf Coast. They remain open every weekend regardless of the weather. The Menge flea market has everything bargain hunters are looking for. New and used items, concession food, fresh produce, flowers, plants, furniture, crafts, books, DVD’s, clothing, tools, jewelry, toys, perfume, army surplus, Avon, garage sale stuff and so much more. Here are some pictures of the flea market parking lot:

The Menge Flea Market here in Mississippi is a very busy, popular stop for all those looking bargain shoppers. Here we are at our spot. Today we gave about 30 DVD’s away.

Here, way in the back you can see Brother Michael running our spot:

While out stretching our legs, we had to get a picture of Sister Linda t at “Linda’s Bowtique” a vendor here at Menge Flea Market. Nothing more special to make females feel and look feminine (as they were designed to be ladylike) than having colorful bows to put in our hair!  Each of us (male and female) should be wearing our birth garments that was given to us at birth. To learn more about this please read “Name that Gender” and “Gender Garments“)

Here at “Linda’s Bowtique” there were so many bows to choose from!

Some more pictures taken around the Menge Flea Market in Mississippi:


While at the Menge flea Market we met, some had a wonderful time socializing and witnessing to people there. Sadly, we were disappointment about the one prayer/healing booth that was telling people that they were healed only for the person not to be healed!  This is very dangerous ground to be walking on. How sad for that young child on crutches, to be told god healed him only to walk out of the booth desperately needing his crutches. These people used this innocent child for their own recognition, posting Facebook pictures of the little boy claiming he was healed!  Making such statements to a child could cause that child to hate anything Biblical! Each situation is different and thus we do not know the many reasons. For anyone to be claim, ‘your lack of faith has hindered your healing’ or that ‘your sin has caused this disease’ needs to repent! Instead of passing judgement each of us should have compassion an anyone who is suffering!

See you all at our next stop in Biloxi Mississippi Flea Market!

The Imposter Tour #44: Mobile, Alabama


Our next stop was here at the Mobile Flea market. We called ahead and was given permission to sleep in the parking lot since we would be getting there super late after the Sabbath. This was a huge blessing for us so we didn’t have to pay for a one night camping spot.

The Mobile Flea Market was quite large and very busy. Some pictures of the full parking lot.

Brother Danny was up very early despite pulling into the flea market late the night before. He sat everything up and he did a great job!

Brother Mike making sure the table is well stocked full of DVD’s for those who are interested. Such as this lady who was one of many that stopped by our booth that day!

Sister Linda, out taking a walk through the flea market. This flea market was very busy with lots of people and lots of bargains.

Normally on Sunday’s, flea markets don’t get busy until after church services. Not here! The Mobile Flea Market stayed busy like this the entire Sunday we were there.

This vendor had a lot of musical instruments!

Lots and lots of produce!

Once you’ve been orange picking, you won’t want to buy the store-bought oranges. Years ago, we went orange picking while down in Florida. The oranges looked and taste anything like the ones the super markets sell. I was shocked when I first picked an orange. It was not very orange in color along with it had no shiny wax coating on it. However, it was extremely juicy, sweet and it has seeds! Very good orange.

Look at this? I was so surprised to see this at the Mobile Flea Market? Very cool! Well off to our next tour stop, Pass Christian Mississippi!

The Imposter Tour #43: Gulf Breeze, Florida

Our next stop was in Gulf breeze Florida

We like to reserve our spot a few days before we set up. Most Flea Markets are only open on Saturday and on Sunday. Therefore, we like to show up on Friday to pick a spot for that Sunday! When we showed up here, we learned that this flea market offers a campground. So, we thought we would check it out. Turned out the campground was so small that we about passed it up. While we were checking out two men in an old truck, decided to be the vendor police, I guess as they followed us then even trying to block us in a certain area. The one yelled out the window, “You all need some help!” When we said yeah is there an opening at the campground?” With his southern tone, he makes it quite clear we would have to see the office about that inquiry.
Despite this Flea Market being kind of small, I was very surprised to see how busy this place was. We had a wonderful time sharing our DVD’s with the locals. Another vendor couple who were deaf, spent some time with us.  Sadly, our DVD’s are not yet set up for the hearing impaired.  Nevertheless, they were excited to take them. They will be able to order directly from the website books and tracts as well. Here are some pictures:

Brother Mike and Sister Linda at our spot!

Brother Danny and Sister Linda

We always enjoy taking a break to stretch our legs. As you can tell from the above picture this smaller flea market had a lot of stuff to look at. We saw some old, new and unique items that people were selling.

As you can see both sides of the isles were full of stuff for bargain shoppers to browse through.

This place looks like it used to be a bunch of storage units with a roof over top the walk way converted to a flea market.

Need a hat? This vendor had many to pick from! Lots of people looking for a great bargain.

We didn’t go into this shop. However, we stood outside in the walkway and managed to take a few snapshots. As you can see this place was full of strange things such as skulls and statutes. We personally do not understand why these things are so popular but they are!

All kinds of warm shawls for those cool southern nights. Not to mention lots of pants.

Picture of the full parking lot at the Gold Breeze flea market! Lots of people to share the Besorah with!

Our next stop Mobile Alabama! See You all there.

The Imposter Tour #42: Sadie’s Flea Market – Dothan, Alabama

While staying at Brother Lee’s ranch, we managed to get a spot at the Sadie’s Flea Market in Alabama.

Getting our spot set up before the people start coming:

Here is a picture from the side and as we can see lots of vendors.
This is just one stretch of the outside area. We were very surprised when we got here at how big Sadie’s Flea Market really is. Besides the huge outside area there is also an indoor area for vendors to set up shop. As tight as the economy has been, people are always looking for great bargains. Besides community yard sales, home owner yard sales, second hand and thrift stores flea markets are a great place to find hidden treasures!

Here is a view from one of the isle found inside the flea market. There was so much stuff here, wow!

Shalom EVERYONE! We had a very busy day here, as we gave 50 DVD’s away! We are so excited to get to set up at our next spot in Gulf Breeze.  Can’t wait to see you all there.

The Imposter Tour #41: Tallahassee, Florida Flea Market

While staying in Perry, Florida we really desired to find a flea market to set up in Tallahassee. We were very excited to not only find a flea market, but to actually get a spot at one. See a lot of flea/farm/arts/craft markets are enforcing tougher rules and having all sorts of regulations just to freely give material away. Here let me explain, some owners of the various markets don’t want to ‘offend’ potential buyers, so all material must receive a mark of approval before it can be distributed. Yet other markets do not want any religious material on their property what so ever.  While other markets, want at least one month commitment! Considering these issues, finding a flea market or any market for that matter can be time consuming! That is why in some states, we may only get to cover one or two areas. Sure, any given state may have hundreds of flea markets, but sadly only a few will accommodate what we have to offer. So, we were very excited that Tallahassee would allow us to set up our table with free DVD’s!
The city of Tallahassee is very emotional for all of us here at the FOY ministry. As many of you know and to those who do not know, a few years ago, (back in 2011) we were on the National Imposter Tour driving from Florida on our way to Oregon, when our lives suddenly changed! Our truck engine just stopped while in the fast lane, we had to make an emergency stop in the fast lane. Brother Danny and Brother Daniel both got out of the truck. The moments that followed were very traumatic. Sister Felicia decided to get out of the truck also. A truck doing 70 miles per hour, didn’t see us and served into the median where Sister Felicia was standing and struck her! How devastating for us here at the FOY ministry. I am thus reminded, “And we know that all matters work together for good to those who love Elohim, to those who are called according to HIS purpose.” (Romans 8:28)
HalleluYah! We give all praise and esteem to Yahuwah! As Yahuwah’s purpose, was for Sister Felicia to continue being a major player in the FOY ministry! To learn about this devastating yet miraculous moment of our lives please read here.
When we drive past the mile marker where the accident took place, we always give shouts of praise to Yahuwah for He is worthy to be praised!!!! Rejoice with us for all the kindness He has bestowed upon the FOY ministry! Here are some pictures while at the Tallahassee Flea Market:
The guys setting up the banner:

Brother Danny and Sister Linda waving as they always do:

Burr it was a very chilly day there, so thankful we all dressed for the cooler temps.

This Flea market was a nice size with plenty of stuff for people to look shop for:

Here is one of many people that stopped by our spot to check out our DVD’s.

Here we see all the pretty Piñata’s hanging up. And look at all the bountiful veggies on display! All the wonderful bright vibrant colors. Yummy so good for us all instead of all the processed, GMO poison that has become the SAD (Standard America Diet) that so many are destroying themselves with.

People out looking for some great bargains. The best bargain was the bargain of truth they got for free from our booth! HalleluYAH! We had a great time!

See you all the next National Imposter Tour Stop!


The Imposter Tour: Pit Stop – Bascom Florida

As much as we enjoy doing the tour work, the fact remains at times we get lonely. We like everyone else enjoy and desperately need the fellowship of like-minded believers. I am thus reminded:

“not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging, and so much more as you see the Day coming near.” -Hebrews 10:25

At times, we move so quickly from one area to the next that we are not physically able to gather together. When we are near other like-minded believers no matter how brief the stay might be, those memories are precious and joyful for us.  We deeply thank those who have opened their homes for us to fellowship with. May each of you be greatly blessed by Yahuwah!

At this Pit Stop we spent some time with Brother Lee at his ranch in Bascom Florida. Those of you might not realize this, but we met Brother Lee while he was in prison through our prison ministry. He received the FOY publications and was very thankful for the material. Since he has been released from prison, Brother Lee ministers to others that are being released from prison. Not only does he give them a place to live but he also encourages them by offering them farming work on his ranch. May Yahuwah bless Brother Lee, as his income along with donations is what keeps this ranch up and running! Here are some pictures we managed to take while eating dinner:

Brother Lee is a very caring, serving and giving person! We here at the FOY ministry deeply thank Brother Lee for letting us stay on his property while in the area.

The Imposter Tour #40: Perry, Florida

Yahuwah has blessed us to be able to spend some time with other like-minded believers in Perry Florida. Sadly, our friends had to go out of town due to a family emergency. However, before they left we had a great time fellowshipping and laughing. Here is a pic of Brother Ed and Brother Michael eating and enjoying each other company.

The little town of Perry is full of people that are down to earth, friendly and very kind. We were disappointed to learn that the local flea market had closed a few years ago. We thought it was still operating, that is why we came here. While driving through town one day, we saw that a storage company was having a yard sale/storage sale. We thought, it was worth a try to see if they would let us setup our table to give our free DVD’s away along with witnessing to others. To our surprise, not only did they allow us to set up but they allowed us to do it for free!!!!! I believe Florida’s winter has arrived as it was a very cold day.


 This little place got busy! We gave 5 sets of DVD’s away. Two venders came by and blessed us with two donations. Since we do not get many donation, we were very thankful for those. The same two venders, each took a set of our DVD’s. The one vender named Diane, knew about some of the deeper truths to our faith. Apparently, her friend has been sowing seeds to her. We are hoping that after talking to us, we could give that seed sown deep within her some water! And may Yahuwah allow that seed to grow. The other vender named, Betty who has kidney issues, got upset with us at first even walking away! The Ruach Ha Qodesh must have been moving her to come back. She came back and took the set of our DVD’s stating that she will study this information and hopefully our material will be the truth she has been looking for. If so then she will consider it further. Before we left she even turned around and blessed us with some of her yard sale items! We were at the FOY ministry beseech you to please, keep these two women in your prayers!

An older couple has recently lost their house to fire and they were so happy with what they had, their lives. After talking to them for a few minutes Sister Linda noticed that the older gentleman and Brother Danny had something in common, both lost their finger:

 We had a wonderful time despite the cooler weather meeting some people from Perry Florida!


The Imposter Tour: Pit Stop, Panama City, Florida

While on the road, traveling can get lonely. When we can fellowship with other like-minded believers, we count it a blessing! We had a wonderful time spending a few Sabbath’s with the Congregation of YHWH there in Panama City Florida.

Having fun around the dinner table.

Brother Michael and a dear Sister practicing music together:

Sister Linda enjoying listening to them play music

Sister Linda was checking out their sukkot they still had up from the Fall.

Brother Danny with one of the brothers.

Everyone having a blessed time

Sister Linda serving the gluten free yummy cream cheese brownies

The Imposter Tour #39: 15st Street Flea Market – Panama City, Florida!

We’ve been blessed to do many flea markets in the state of Florida. However, after looking at our map of tour stops we noticed that we have not yet done the pan handle region yet. Yahuwah blessed us with being able to spread the Besorah to this flea market in Florida. We managed to get a small spot to set up our free DVD’s. 15st Flea Market is not very big. We went on News Years day (we dedicate Friday and Sunday as days to do flea markets) and the flea market was not crowded at all. Despite the low traffic, we were very surprised to have given 65 DVDs away!

Here are some pictures…

Getting things arranged.

Brother Danny and Brother Michael.

All setup and ready for the people to come!


This tour is in full gear forward! 35 Cities, 39 stops and still counting!

The Imposter Tour #38: Richwood Flea Market – Richwood, Kentucky

During our stay in the greater tri-state area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky we were blessed to have time to stop by the Richwood Flea Market located in Kentucky. Weather was very cold yet we managed to stay warm by sitting in the vehicle between visitors. This flea market is small. Since there was not many visitors, the day went slow. However, some people did receive the DVD’s. Our job is to be sow seeders. We do not play the number game of who has received or rejected the Besorah. We just sow the seeds. Each of us should be sowing seeds. If you are interested in being a better team player, please read “Becoming the best team players we were design to be!

Our spot was outside. It was a little bit chilly that day.

34 cities, 38 stops and still counting!

The Imposter Tour #37: Trader’s World – Monroe, Ohio

Traders World and Treasure Islands are literally across the street from each other located in Monroe Ohio. Since we were staying in the area for a few weeks, we could do both flea markets. We even had time to return for a second visit at Traders World. Again, we were surprised that so many people are full of questions. Many are eager to serve Yahuwah and His Son, Yahushua. We were blessed to spend some time fellowshipping with another called out family right at our spot! This family was so happy to see us just as we were them. I thank Yahuwah for allowing us to do this work in His great vineyard.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny at our spot.

What a beautiful day it was in Monroe, Ohio. Clear blue sky. Thank you YAH for blessing us with clear skies!

The entrance gate to Trader’s World

If you haven’t been to Trader’s World before you should check it out. They have what they call, a Safari of a place. Lots to hunt!


33 Cities, 37 stops and still counting! More to come!

The Imposter Tour #36: Treasure Aisles – Monroe, Ohio

Treasure Aisles is one of the larger flea markets we have been blessed to see. This place was just down right BUSY!!!! So many people and stuff! We stood out at this flea market as we had quite a few visitors stop by. One of the venders next to us actually was a Scared namer. We are always blessed when we get to meet, listen and share with other like-minded believers.

While we were sitting at our spot, we heard some Cherokee music being played in the distance. What was interesting about this music is that the Qodesh Name was being proclaimed. Sadly, this Native man, as many others Cherokee’s, do not realize who they are nor who they worship. After spending some time with him he took our DVD’s.

According to, “History of The Cherokee Indians” by Emmet Starr we learn some fascinating information about the Cherokee people. What is very interesting is that the Cherokee people called the Creator, “Yehowa”! They also kept the 7th day Sabbath where they rested and talked about the Creator. They believe Yehowa created the world in seven days and that the first man was made with red clay and he was Indian. There is plenty of proof that the Cherokee people is Semitic. Sadly, many Cherokee people like the rest of the tribes turned their backs on Yahuwah and became idolatrous. They worshipped the sun, the moon, the stars along with other deities. They have suffered greatly because of their disobedience. They were sold into slavery, killed and had everything taken from them. The Trials of Tears was devastating for the Cherokee people! Most do not know who they worship, yet Yahuwah has always kept a remnant even amongst the Cherokee people. For this reason, any time we are  able to speak to the Cherokee people we consider that to be a very big blessing for us.

Here are some pictures from the Flea Market:

33 cities, 36 stops and still counting! We have a big winter planned ahead!

The Imposter Tour PitStop: The Ark Encounter – Williamstown, Kentucky

Since we spent about a month in the Tristate area of Ohio, Indian and Kentucky we decided a much-needed pit stop was in order. A Brother in Messiah and friend of ours works at The Ark Encounter and could get us an employee discount. This was a major blessing for us. We were so excited!

It was a cold day when we went. Once you park your car and buy your ticket, there is a bus waiting for you.

The bus ride was pleasantly warm and cozy. Which was a treat to be thankful for since it was so cold that day. We found it a little odd that we were required to take a bus ride up to the ark. But way back through the trees and up the hill from the parking lot we could see what looked like the ark.

“I’ll never forget that moment when I first saw the life size Ark! Literally, with tears in my eyes I must admit I had a WOW moment!” -Sister Linda

It was amazing as we got closer to the Ark it appeared to grow bigger and bigger! We were getting excited! And there it was…

We thought the walk from the outdoor ticket stand was long in the cold. It was an even longer walk from the bus to the Ark! Brother Danny was a gentleman and let Sister Linda use his coat. NOTE TO ANYONE VISITING THE ARK: Make sure you bring a jacket and dress to be warm. When you enter the ark there is a queue line to walk up to the top and it’s not heated very well. We were shivering and our teeth were chattering when we got up to the top.

Once we got to the top there was a photographer waiting to take our picture.

As you can tell, we were in front of a green screen in our picture.
(Left to Right: Brother Michael, Brother Danny, Sister Linda, Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel)

Truly the Ark Encounter was a remARKable experience for our entire family! We would like to share some pictures of it with you. Hope you enjoy!

As we walked into the ark our excitement was building up. The sound effects of animals, water dripping; very realistic. There was even a smell of barn animals in the beginning! Very real! Truly the Ark Encounter indeed brings the Bible to life more than anything we could ever imagine!

As we came through there were lots of cages/hutches. Each cage area had sound effects of different animals! Very cool!

Along the sides of the areas for the cages there are mock bags of feed for the animals! Walking through and seeing bag after bag really shows how much planning there truly was when Noah and his family built it. Here is just a small section of the bags that Brother Danny and Sister Linda were standing in front of.

Not only did Noah need to plan for food, but also water! Lined up along side the walls nearby the cages were also large clay vessels of water! Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel are standing there besides them.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny getting a closer look at the cages! It sounded like these cages had ferrets or squirrels inside them!

More water vessels Brother Daniel, Sister Felicia and Brother Michael are standing near. So many water vessels! You don’t realize how much Noah and his family really had to do until you see the extensiveness and details in this life size Ark!

Here are some more vessels. We are finally coming to the end of this area. Look at the details of everything. It was like walking through time! As if Noah or one of his family were going to walk around the corner to greet us at any second!

There were also larger cages full of a large variety of animals and their kind. Again, the details were so intricate and realistic! Job well done to the 3D designers of the Art Encounter!

Here is one of the ladies, whether it be Noah’s Wife or Daughter in Law, she is feeding this large mammal!

Sister Linda and Felicia standing near one of the amazing painted murals that could be found along the way into the Exhibits.

The artwork is indeed very vivid and detailed!

Brothers Michael and Daniel standing besides this mural of the Creation week!

Here is another mural the ladies stood by for a picture. It talks about how Noah brought the Dinosaurs and other large animals. But it was impractical to bring the adults! Did you ever think about it? It was very practical to bring the animals when they were small and young! I wonder if that means puppies and kittens too?

Hey, would you look at that! We did see Noah, his wife, two sons and their wives! Life-like models of course. Just like the models at Ken Ham’s Creation Museum. They are very detailed and well made. Not that we have been to that many museums, but the ones we have been too, Ken Ham’s models are the best we’ve seen!

There is a “Great Flood” story in many cultures all around the world! But only one, the one from the Scriptures is accurate and possible. This Exhibit described each of the different ‘Great Flood” stories and showed some models of how impossible a few of them were.

The Wunambal Legend

Epic of Gilgamesh

Akkadian Tablet

A very cool 3D model of the Ark.

Next we got to walk through Exhibits of the Living Quarters of Noah and his family

The Living/Seating Room area. It looks like they were busy snapping green beans!

Here is the growing area. The garden green house they had!

Sister Felicia here looking at the knitting loom setup. Very cool!

Some supplies up in the loft!

Question and Answer sessions with Noah! There was a touch screen to ask Noah a question. He actually gave us a very detailed answer.

Sister Felicia and Sister Linda at the workman’s Exhibit. Indeed, Noah and his sons were very wise and blessed with much knowledge from YAH to build this ark to save man and the animals of this world!

Brother Danny, Brother Michael and Brother Daniel at the workshop Exhibit!

A view from the top floor of the Ark.

As mentioned above. The Ark Encounter is truly a remARKable Museum. If you are ever in the area of even live nearby you should really stop in and spend the day!

Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel taking a much needed break at the benches on the top floor of the Ark. Indeed it is a day trip! So much to see, do and learn here at the Ark Encounter!

Until next time, this is the McGuire Family! Looking forward to seeing you at our next tour stop! We’ll be heading to Florida soon after we finish a couple more places here in the tri-state area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky!

The Imposter Tour #35: White’s Flea Market – Brookville, Indiana

White’s Flea Market is located close to the Tri-State area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky in Brookville, Indiana. We were blessed to be in the area during the one day of the week they are opened, Wednesday. You know the saying, “the early bird gets the worm”. Well this flea market opens right at sunrise and has plenty to offer.  We were surprised to see how big this flea market is.

Our spot was located outside in a high traffic area.

Brother Michael and Sister Linda behind our table of free DVDs.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny behind our table of free DVDs.

Yahuwah’s timing is always perfect. Thus, we are always amazed at who He brings to our spots. Today was for quite a few people. However, one Brother was very excited to receive our material. He has been in this walk for many years. He grabbed many DVD’s to share with his congregation along with using our material as a second witness to his brother. We have full faith in knowing that Yahuwah can let our material water that seed that has been planted within the Brother. Come in agreement with us!

As we travel the states, we are witnesses to the fact that there is a major famine occurring right here and right now within the United States. People are indeed hungry for spiritual food. We see the manifestations of the suffering the masses are experiencing from a lack of hearing the WORD! Every week they are not able to come to the full knowledge of the truth that can be found within Torah and Messiah, Yahushua because they have been deceived. Deceived in sitting in those pews on Sunday morning getting their ear’s tickle with fancy pep rallies!  For this reason, we have gone to the streets across this country inviting those who would not normally hear the opportunity to finally hear!

I am thus reminded,

“How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without one proclaiming? And how shall they proclaim if they are not sent? As it has been written, “How pleasant are the feet of those who bring the Good News of peace, who bring the Good News of the good!” However, not all obeyed the Good News. For Yeshayahu says, “Yahuwah, who has believed our report?” So then belief comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of Elohim. But I ask, Did they not hear? Yea indeed, “Their voice went out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world.” -Romans 10:14-18


Now is the time to become a seed sower!

The Imposter Tour: Museum on Wheels – Sukkot 2016 in Gainesville, Texas

Since we here at the FOY ministry travel a lot we offer congregations an exciting experience that we call “Museum on wheels”. Our presentation brings the Scriptures to life.  What excites the children is just as much interesting to the teens and adults.

Our first Museum on Wheels was in Houston Texas, the second was in Eaton Rapids. Our most recent and third Museum on Wheels presentation was in Gainesville, Texas during the Sukkot Celebration we attended this year.

(Left to Right) Brother Michael -dressed as King David, Sister Linda -dressed as Moses Sister Miriam, Brother Danny -dressed as Moses, Sister Felicia -dressed as Queen Ester and Brother Daniel -dressed as John the Baptist.

We really enjoy doing the presentation! If you would like us to come to your fellowship group or assembly let us know! We would love to come visit and show our presentation -not to mention enjoy some fellowship as well! Best times for us is during Passover or Sukkot!

Here are some pictures of the presentation that we did in Gainesville, Texas!

We had a large crowd this time. Even some of our friends from the first Bible Museum on wheels in Houston, Texas were there!

Above is brother Danny introducing himself.
What really made this museum presentation better than our very first one was our costumes! The costumes really help bring the Scriptures to life!

It was a big encouragement to us when everyone arrived, the children, teens, adults and elderly -the look on their faces- when they saw us in our costumes. They knew us as Danny, Linda, Felicia, Michael and Daniel. All week they learned to love and know us as their fellow brethren in Messiah. We made many new friends, met some old friends and caught up with dear friends that we haven’t seen in almost 10 years! Oh boy does the time fly! Sukkot was a very memorable time!

Each of us introduced ourselves with clues, Who Am I clues. It’s Daniel’s turn in this picture.

We really like playing that game. Who Am I? That is why we have even created Scripture version “Who Am I” games and posted them on our website! You can see our large collection of Who Am I games by clicking in the “Who Am I?” image to the left.


Brother Michael’s turn to introduce himself!

A lack of participants was definitely something we did not have! Almost everyone raised their hands to answer our questions during the entire presentation!

Sister Linda calling on a participant trying to guess who she is!

Sister Felicia’s turn for her Who Am I!

It was now time to get started!

Brother Danny holding up an artifact he is talking about.

During our presentation to keep the audience involved we ask some Scriptural related questions in regards to what we are presenting. Brother Daniel is calling on a participant to answer.

Every participant who answered a question received a treat. Here is Sister Linda giving out a treat to an eager participant!

All of the children each got a goodie bag at the end of the presentation.

More authentic artifacts Brother Danny is holding up, this time Michael is talking about it.

Brother Danny holding the two tablets of the Ten Commandments in Paleo Hebrew. Brother Michael is holding the microphone as Brother Danny speaks -since his hands are full.

After our presentation everyone came up to the tables and looked at everything. We also had our table of free books, tracts and DVDs! Here are some pictures:






Brother Daniel (left) in his John the Baptist wig.







Old friends and Brothers in Messiah, Mark and Danny.


After the presentation everyone had a break and then we hosted dinner! Mexican Taco Lasagna was on the menu! Wow! It was delicious!

Sister Linda served the main dish, the Mexican Taco Lasagna. (Sister Felicia wasn’t ready for the pictures at the moment, she didn’t get to smile in time)

Brother Danny patiently served the lettuce with two baby forks.

It was fun giving everyone their dinner! They enjoyed it! We almost ran out!

Dinner for 100! All 100 attendees of the dinner are not shown here, but there was 100 who ate dinner that evening!

We just finished the dinner and our compliments go to the chef! Our amazing Mom, Sister Linda! She came up with the delicious recipe of Taco Lasagna! It consists of Nacho Chips, Taco Seasoned Ground Beef, Rice, Beans, Onions and Corn, Taco meat and cheese sauce. Repeating the layers until the dish is filled! Definitely looking forward to having this dinner again at home! (Brother Michael and Sister Felicia [front] and our new friend Katie in the back)


Here are some pictures of us throughout the week during Sukkot!

Fun times with the guys by the campfire making new lasting friendships!
Outdoor blind fold games, learning to trust each other and liken this trust to the trust we should have in our Father YAH!

“for we walk by belief, not by sight.”
-2 Corinthians 5:7

Brother Daniel (blindfolded) while our good friend Andrew is guiding him.

Brother Michael guiding our long time family friend Benjamin in the blindfold game.

Daniel’s turn to guide Andrew!

Sister Felicia waiting her turn to have a go at the blindfolded Trust game!

Happy smiles to learn about YAH during His wonderful Feast of Sukkot -during services.


Sister Felicia and Sister Linda standing in front of a cute setup by a dear new friend of ours. We really enjoyed spending time chatting away and admiring her Sukkah!

Brother Michael with Morielle, a fellow Sister in YAH who we have been long time friends with.

Brother Daniel giving us a funny face. He is always coming up with something to make us laugh! We had funny weather for Sukkot. The first half of the week was extremely hot, but the second half was on the cool side. Thus, the reason for Daniel’s beanie hat he is wearing.

Picture of the group campfire and sitting area. Lots of memories and new friendship were made here for us all.

Fun fellowship time before everyone had to part ways and head home. We miss you guys!

Sweet friends! Hate to see you go. Our two friends, Analisa and Olivia!

Working in the outdoor kitchen making salad! Sister Felicia and Sister Jessica.

Brother Michael and Brother Daniel with some more of our long time friends, Emily and Olivia.

Sister Felicia hanging out in the kitchen with Joy, another one of our long time friends! We were excited to meet up with them again!

Sister Felicia and Sister Linda. It was a beautiful campground here at the Lone Oak Ranch, despite the extreme heat and mildly chilly weather, we were glad to fellowship with the brethren and enjoy the fun times.

Sukkot is a time of rejoicing and we look forward to this time every year! Yahuwah’s feasts are awesome and we love them all! Maybe we’ll see you Sukkot 2017? We do not know where Yahuwah will lead us to keep Sukkot in 2017. Where ever it is, YAH willing, we will do our Museum on Wheels presentation to a new audience, will it be you?

Sukkot is finished and winter is just around the corner. You know what that means? Up north everyone is tucked inside staying warm, shoveling snow and drinking hot cocoa. Everyone down south are enjoying the sunshine, the good outdoors and having to deal with sweat! That’s where we are heading! Down south to the warmer states for the winter to reach the ones who aren’t looking. We are heading out to reach the lost sheep of Yisra’el who do not even know they are lost yet. Deep down inside they know something isn’t right, but they just don’t know where to look. That’s where we come in. Our smiling faces waiting for them at their local flea market with our tables full of DVDs, and sometimes tracts and books.

Before we hit the southern states we plan to stop in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio!

New post updates coming soon!

The Imposter Tour STILL GOING STRONG! -Tour Stop #33: 3rd Ave Flea Market – Ardmore, Oklahoma

On our way to keep Sukkot in Texas, we made a tour stop in Ardmore, Ok.

Before heading down into Texas to keep Sukkot 2016, we stopped at the flea market they had there. It’s called 3rd Ave Flea Market.

The owner blessed us in that he did not charge us for a spot since we were doing ministry work. We witnessed to him and he gladly received our free materials.

Sister Linda and Sister Felicia standing outside the 3rd Ave Flea Market of Ardmore, OK. It had some fun and colorful graphics on the front windows.


Even though this flea market was little, it sure was busy! We gave many DVD’s away along with sharing the truth about Torah and Messiah to those who are starving to be spiritually fed.



Before we were leaving, we noticed a homeless man, pushing a grocery cart full of stuff down the street. We know that Yahuwah’s timing is everything. Therefore, we took this as an opportunity to share our reading literature to him. He was very excited to receive the gifts! Please keep him along with others in your daily prayers.



Here are some pictures from around the flea market:

Brother Daniel checking out a booth with some vintage antiques inside!

Old license plates are fun to collect, lots of those posted around the outside of the flea market.

Oklahoma has a large Native American population! Which is one of the reasons why we would like to come back to Oklahoma to reach the Native Americans!  

There certainly was plenty of items at this flea market that was worn out, old and seemingly worthless to some people. What may be trash, or old and worn down to some may be treasure to others. Which reminds me of the fact that all of us, whether young or old may have some insecurities, troubles, sadness or a feeling of not belonging sometime in our lives. Our life’s issues today or in the past may have left us feeling like trash, or not being the value of our true worth. It doesn’t matter, because while you may feel like you are worth nothing to this world you are worth far more than you can imagine to our Father YAH in heaven above! HalleluYAH!

“For you are a set-apart people to Yahuwah your Elohim. Yahuwah your Elohim has chosen you to be a people for Himself, a treasured possession above all the peoples on the face of the earth. (Deuteronomy|Debarim 7:6)

You might enjoy this encouraging video from Chad Prather on YouTube:

Until next time! This tour is still going strong and we’re getting excited for some amazing more stops around the country!

29 Cities, 33 Stops and STILL COUNTING!


The Imposter Tour #32 : Hudson Flea Market -Surfside Beach, South Carolina



We were still at the Pirate Family Resort Campground. Sister Felicia and Sister Linda decided to wear matching outfits today! White, Yellow, Blue & Green.

At our spot in the flea market.


Looking left…


And Looking right…

You didn’t quite see anything like our spot setup.

Just in case you missed us, to give you an idea… you’d see our smiling faces standing there waiting to give you some of our free materials.
Here’s a picture.img_5326bSister Felicia, Sister Linda and Brother Danny

Sister Felicia, Sister Linda and Brother Daniel had their shift

img_5330Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel took shift.

img_5331Later in the day, a fellow Sister in Messiah came to visit us. We had great fellowship time and blessed her with materials to minister to her.

We had an amazing experience here at Surfside Beach. Meeting a follower of our Ministry and even being acquainted with a Sister in Messiah! She was working at a food booth. Brother Daniel really loves Taco Salads and he was asking for a Gluten Free Taco Salad. He ordered one for lunch and since he enjoyed it so much Sister Linda recommended he ordered one for him and Brother Danny for Dinner when we were packing up to close. The woman brought the order to our booth and Sister Felicia noticed she had TzitTzit on her belt. We asked her about it she also was a Follower of Yahushua! Wow! What a coincidence. She told us she has a assembly they gather at. We packed her a bag of a few of all the materials we had there with us to share with the Assembly she was with. How awesome! It’s not everyday you bump into a fellow member of the Body of Messiah, Yahushua who follows YAH’s Laws, Feast Days and Shabbat! HalleluYAH! We were so excited. We had other plans and had to leave that next morning so we missed meeting her Assembly she attends. You never know, maybe next time on our way through we will!

Until next time, be on the lookout for updates of where we are heading next!


Where’s our next stop? If YAH Wills it we would like to head onto the West USA after Sukkot this year. So if you are in the CA, NV, UT, AZ, NM, CO area and have a warm winter without all the snow and freezing temperature, let us know. Like we mentioned above, If YAH wills it WE-WILL-BE-THERE!

If we won’t be in West USA then we will be in the Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky area instead. Whatever is YAH’s Will.


The Imposter Tour #31: Everything Under The Sun Flea Market – North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


Everything under the sun is what this flea market claimed to have. This was a fairly good size indoor flea market. We had a good turnout and as we do at every stop, we had a lot of fun! Sorry for the delay in posting. So much has been going on since we were there. Better late then never, they say.


Brother Danny and Sister Linda just before getting into the car to head off to the Flea Market. We stayed at the beautiful Pirate Land Camping Resort. The views were breathtaking! The soothing ocean waves crashing onto the sandy beach. While we were there a strong thunderstorm came though. Praise YAH it wasn’t too bad. Just heavy downpour, strong winds and lots of thunder and lightning. The canal on the side of the campground really over flooded so was rushing quickly into the ocean. We took a walk down to the beach to see the view and put our feet into the water.

donotswimSince we had that storm the night before this particular sign especially caught our attention…


High bacteria levels may be present at this location, especially in days following rain due to storm water runoff.
within 200 feet in each direction of this swash/stormwater outfall.

Wading, fishing, and shell collecting to not present a risk.

Of course, the only in site view anyone can see of this sign up and down the entire beach is when you are on your way off the beach. The signs are not facing you as you ENTER, but as you LEAVE the beach. So yeah, give us the warning NOT to swim in the beach when we are finished swimming in the beach. That sure is smart, right? Thankfully we didn’t swim in the water, it was too cold. But we did put our feet in it and let our dogs play on the dog friendly beach.



Running they did! The dogs love playing ball on the beach!

Rest assured, that warning sign we read on our way BACK from the beach sure got our attention. When we got back to our campsite we definitely had to look up about this “High Bacteria Levels” that the sign was talking about.

Needless to say, the bacteria levels were worse than the sign appeared them to be. All of the Myrtle Beaches were on a “No Swim” advisory. It did not necessary mean beach goers were not allowed to swim, but it wasn’t a good idea. The waters were contaminated with fecal mater. Swimmers were getting infections in their eyes from water getting in the eyes. Various swimmers of close to 100 were reported sick from the water before summer had even arrived! Myrtle Beach depends on its tourists to survive. They surely wouldn’t tell everyone they can’t go on the beaches.

So now the moment you have been waiting for. Here is our tour stop in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

img_5296Brother Danny and Brother Daniel -Tacking the banner up above our booth.

Brother Danny and Sister Linda making sure the books and tracts are setup neatly. If you would like to see which ones we have available you can check out our newly designed free store at the FOY Shop!

All setup. Brother Danny and Sister Linda in front of our booth. Who wants the first shift?

Looks like the ladies want to take the first shift. Sister Linda and Sister Felicia are admiring our newest book, “Becoming the Best Team Players We Were Designed to Be!” This is a great book and a must read for all of the Body of Messiah!

About the Book: There are many teams in this world. However, only one is the most important. In this book (“Being the best Team Players We Were Designed to be!”), team players will learn strategic methods on how our team can achieve higher goals than the worldly teams. Following a few simply standards, team players can become mountain movers, seed sowers, faith builders, encouragers and so much more! This new book will take our mediocre team to a GREAT Team! Team players will learn what talents and gifts they specialize in. Knowing this, is the key in unlocking greatness for our team.

READ the Teaching Online


ORDER the soft cover book


img_5311Next it was the guy’s turn to take shift and let the ladies browse around. Brother Daniel and Brother Danny.

We really enjoyed this tour stop as we enjoy them all. Maybe next time we’ll see you?







The Imposter Tour #30: St. Augustine, FL Fleamarket Revisited


    Here we are back in St. Augustine, Florida. Funny how time flies. We didn’t realize this was our second time at this feamarket until we pulled into it and saw the sign at the entrance.

We did not do any sightseeing or tourist stuff this time like we did in 2013 when we were here last. If you want to see the fun historical stuff we did during our last visit you can go here: St. Augustine 2013 Tour Stop #15. Of course, last time we were here it was cold in the 30s. Which also meant that there wasn’t as many attendees to the Fleamarket. This time we had beautiful weather, clear blue skies and crowded Fleamarket attendees! (Please Note: the picture of the entrance sign was taken in 2013 during our last visit. As you can tell, the sky was cloudy then)



Here is a picture from our last visit in 2013, Sister Linda in her winter coat, Brother Michael in the cowboy hat and Sister Felicia in a sweatshirt and jacket. As you can see, we were bundled up in the cold in our outdoor booth.



We weren’t like that this time. The sun was shining and it was about 80 degrees outside. The weather was awesome and it was a beautiful day! We had a busier location this time indoors. Since it was indoors we were sheltered from the sweaty heat.


We had a double area for our booth. There was a 10ft wide entrance plus we even had a window. We put the banner under the window. Through the window you can see Sister Linda and Brother Danny setting up.

Here is are a couple close-up views of our tables.IMG_5222
We were able to purchase a printer. This is not the laser ink printers that we go through every three months due to all the printing the ministry does. Oh no, this printer is an office Xerox printer! This will enable quicker printing of our all materials. We can now even print on both sides of a single sheet of paper at the same time. How wonderful is that? Praise Yahuwah! As He truly knows all the work that we do just in maintaining this ministry. So now at our tour stops we are able to have our 5 DVDS, 25 tracts and 15 books! This is so exciting and we are so happy to have all our materials to offer during our tour! If you are interested in browsing through all our materials we have you can visit our newly created free shop that conveniently has all our of free materials in one location, Books, Tracts, DVDs, Music, Activities, E-Books, Soft Cover Books & Scriptures! Followers of Yah Free Store Click Here.

We are also blessed that we were also able to print and freely distribute Brother Earl B. Allen’s book, “Publish the Name of Yahuwah!” We only have limited supplies since the toner ink is so costly. We’ve had Brother’s B. Earl Allen’s book on our website to freely read Online for quite some time now. However, now we will be able to print some copies to have on hand to use as a street witnessing tool. This book is highly recommended. It can be found in our newly designed free store as an E-Book and Soft Cover Book!IMG_5223

Brother Danny and Sister Linda standing behind the table holding The Imposter book and The Imposter DVD. We are still amazed at how the popularity of ‘The Imposter’ is still going strong. Never did we imagine when this book was written in 2008 that it would have such a huge impact in the world. In 2009 we produced it into a movie and again, Praise Yahuwah, never did we imagine it would be such a sought-after movie! After all these years we have received thousands and thousands of requests for our movie, The Imposter. What is so great about ‘The Imposter’? Read Online, Download the E-Book, Request your free soft cover book or DVD today!

IMG_5226Brother Danny and Sister Linda and another view of the tables.

The other side of our table setup. Sister Felicia on the far left and Sister Linda and Brother Danny on the far right.

Sister Felicia and Sister Linda, our miracle women. Next month will be five years since Sister Felicia survived her horrific truck accident. February this year was four years since Sister Linda was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, a horrible disease that almost left her for dead. Sister Felicia and Sister Linda are holding our book and DVD, ‘They Have Despised My Name”. This is another one of our popular teachings. We have had fantastic reviews and an innumerable amount of converts to stop using the Pagan titles of God and Lord, the Greek Jesus and turn to the Father and Son’s Name! HalleluYAH! Yahuwah’s People are calling upon His Sacred Hebrew Name, repenting from the cover-up Greek name, Jesus. Yahuwah and Yahushua’s Names are being esteemed and brought out of the darkness and into the light for all of the world to know! If you are interested in seeing this teaching you can Read it Online, Download the E-Book, Request your free soft cover book or DVD today.

Here are some beautiful scenic pictures of the beach near our campground we stayed at while we were here near St. Augustine, Florida.
Beautiful rainbow on the beach.

Pelican flying in view of the beautiful cotton clouds and a sailboat gliding across the waves.
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Beautiful waves along the sandy beach. We enjoyed the beach and collected a bucketful of shells and even an orange and purple Royal Starfish like this one here,

27 Cities, 30 stops and still counting! What’s next? Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, here we come!





The Imposter Tour #29: Bainbridge Fall Festival of Leaves


When we lived in Ohio about 5 years ago we would always go to the Bainbridge, Ohio Fall Festival of leaves. The entire town is lined up with tents of flea market, arts & crafts, toys apparel and games and carnival rides. Well, Fall 2014, we got to setup a tent and give away our DVDs. It was lots of fun. Yeah, I know, it’s awful late to post about this but we completely forgot about it. We can’t find the pictures we took either, but when we do we will post them.

That makes 27 cities, 29 stops AND 7 states we’ve stopped to in this tour.



The Imposter Tour #28: Christmas, Michigan



in July, 2015 we just got a spur of the moment idea to travel north to the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan. We heard rumors of the UP and how beautiful and desolate it was. But first, we had to cross the Mighty Mac, the Mackinaw bridge, the bridge that connects the Lower Peninsula to the Upper Peninsula.

The Mackinaw Bridge is 5 miles long. It is USA’s third longest suspension bridge and the 16th longest suspension bridge in the world!

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danielWhile we were there we spent some time on the beach and saw some of the historical sites. It was lots of fun. The UP is very beautiful! We even saw a bear crossing the road in front of us!




Brother Michael didn’t come with us this trip. Brother Daniel (left), Brother Danny (top right), Sister Linda (left below) and Sister Felicia (below right).


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We also went to Horseshoe Falls too.


Sister Linda and Brother Danny, holding Linda’s Pug, Daisy.

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Here are some amazing photos of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Munising, Michigan. We took a tour on the cruise boat. It was so wonderful to see the natural wonders and beauty of Yahuwah’s creation! Please allow images to load, since there are so many they are thumbnails. Click on image to view larger.


IMG_3776While sightseeing and visiting around the nearby towns we saw a flea market! The only flea market in the area and it was in Christmas, Michigan. Sorta like the saying, “Christmas in July”, we were there in Christmas in July and they had sale signs in the windows at various shops about it being “Christmas in July”. And so we setup at the flea market for the weekend. They didn’t even charge us! They just wanted our DVDs!



26 cities, 28 stops and still counting! Coming to a city near you!


The Imposter Tour #27: Fleamasters Fleamarket – Ft. Myers, FL


We like going to the southern states for the winter. In February this year (2015) we spent some time at the Fleamasters Flea Market in Ft. Myers, FL.


Sister Linda and son Michael McGuire standing under our banner just before the DVDs were setup.


What a beautiful February day in Sunny Florida.


Fleamasters Fleamarket is a big one. With 900 spots to put up shop and over 400,000 square feet of shopping, it is definitely a crowd pleaser of 1.4 million customers annually! According to their website, Fleamasters is South West Florida’s biggest and best Flea Market. Is it just me or do these larger flea markets we’ve gone to all like to say they are the best and biggest?




We had a great time!


Brother Michael sitting in the chair of a tropical shop in the Flea Market.

2525 Cities, 27 stops and still counting! Will you be next?

Still doing orders!

  Yes, it has been a long time since any activity has been posted here on the blog. We have had a busy Summer with Free DVD Orders, reading and responding to the 100+ emails of questions, getting our newsletter ready, video production, website maintaining, updating and improving. We are also making plans for our tour stops this Winter after Sukkot.  Some more updates on the Tour are to follow this one, just in time for our Newsletter!

  The Tour isn’t over and neither is our free DVDs. We are still receiving just as many requests of our free DVDs as always. Here are some photos of last month’s packages. HalleluYAH! All around the world we are STILL receiving requests of our free DVDs. Yahuwah is calling His people and they want to know the truth! We had at least 20 orders for foreign countries and nearly 100 for in the USA during our early August shipment! The following Map is where we received orders and shipped to in the USA. 


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  Everyone who gets our DVDs are so blessed to receive the knowledge in them. The free DVD request orders are still flooding our email inboxes! HalleluYAH! We are so blessed to be able to offer our DVDs FREE to the world! That’s what our Ministry is all about. We are blowing the Ram’s Horn from one end of the world to the other! Race, Religion, Gender and Location are no stumbling blocks. 


  We bundle ship the orders monthly. The post office doesn’t like it when we bring in all our packages in at once. Michael has spent many hours waiting at the Post Office checkout throughout the years. We signed up for and conveniently weigh the packages, purchase and print the shipping labels and drop them off at the counter in the Post Office. Not to mention, using has it’s benefits. We even get postage discounts! HalleluYAH!


  The USPS rates have risen in May this year. With the postage rise, the United States Postal Service now offers tracking for Media Mail! We ship media mail and now we get tracking numbers with all our orders!


  The economy and unemployment has taken it’s toll on many Americans. Not everyone can afford $20 for one DVD, $30 and sometimes even $100 for a teaching DVD series. We here at the Followers of YAH find it sad that other Ministries charge money for the their teachings. Many have turned their Ministry into a profit money making machine. It really only costs a couple dollars to produce a DVD. If they must charge money why charge so much?! We here at Followers of YAH are so thankful that Yahuwah has given us this Ministry to help everyone learn the Truth at no cost to them. Charging money to learn about the Father, His Son, His Laws, Commands, His Amazing Wonders, the End Times, the Coming Kingdom and what not is indeed a stumbling block to those who cannot afford to put dinner on the table. If you had to choose between feeding your hungry children and buying a DVD about something you can freely read in your own Scriptures; which would you choose? With Followers of YAH, YOU DON’T HAVE TO CHOOSE because it is all FREE!


Well what are you waiting for? Have you ordered your FREE DVDs from the Followers of YAH Ministry yet? Do you need some witnessing tools to spread the message and help our Great Shepherd, Yahushua save more souls for the Kingdom? Do you have the desire to learn the truth? Please, order your FREE DVD today! What do you have to lose? You won’t regret it!



The Imposter Tour: Creation Museum – St Petersburg, Kentucky

After Feast of Tabernacles we drove down to Cincinnati to visit Family and Friends. We went to the Creation Museum in St. Petersburg, Kentucky. It was very exciting!


Group Photo! Brother Daniel, Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia, Danny’s Mother Joyce and Brother Danny.

As soon as we walked into the door someone asked Brother Danny about his TzitTzits he was wearing and who we were. We told the guy and he kind of of knew about the way we believe. He was interested and asked if we have any material. We gave him our DVDs.


The first ‘exhibit’ was really cool in the inner lobby. Here are some photos of it.


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We have never been to a Creation Museum. It took us two days to go through the entire thing. Sister Linda and Danny’s Mom sat below and watch as, Brother Danny, Michael, Daniel and Sister Felicia zip lined across a lake 50ft above ground. It was amazing! We’ve never done it before. The thought of jumping off a platform 50ft above ground is so wrong to the human brain. That first second you think of jumping is very awkward, but once you have jumped off and are gliding in the air across the zip line your brain realizes that you won’t fall straight down. Sister Felicia said “That’s as close to a roller coaster that I’ll get!” We don’t have any pictures of the zip line experience.

Let’s continue through the rest of day one of the museum trip.

An Archeological dig of Dinosaurs!





An Adaptation of the skull found that Scientists named Lucy and evidence that Lucy is not an early evolved man.

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Well, that’s all for day one of the Museum Trip.

Woke up the next morning and took a group photo in front of the dinosaur.


Brother Daniel & Danny, Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia and Danny’s Mother Joyce.


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After Creation, Dinosaurs and Lucy it was time to learn about the Bible.

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prophets-dadBrother Danny pointing out Yahuwah’s Name in the Ancient Hebrew on the Tablets of the Ten Commandments.

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The stone was rolled back and Yahushua’s body was gone!

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The Bible printed in other languages other than Latin, so all can read it! HalleluYAH!
Brother Michael and Sister Linda next to the printing press setup.

Brother Danny and Sister Linda also got a picture shot next to the printing press setup.

The Museum then went into a life-like walk through area of Adam and Eve (Hawwah) in the Garden of Eden.

We took some pictures around the place. It looked so real!


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Building Noah’s Ark was next!

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The Floods came in!
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A look inside the Ark
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Their time in the ark has come to an end!
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For those in the Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky may know of a Messianic rabbi, A.K Schneider. He was there, him and brother Danny talked and we got a picture.

Making a sacrifice after their time in the Ark.
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Sister Felicia and Sister Linda pretending to cook in the Kitchen of Noah’s Ark.
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Next was time for some Dinosaurs,
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Learning about Babel.

Family picture on the bench!
Left to Right: Sister Felicia, Brother Michael & Daniel, Sister Linda and Brother Danny.

If you are in the area we recommend having a visit to the Creation Museum in St. Petersburg, Kentucky. Here is their website:



The Imposter Tour: Museum on Wheels – Sukkot 2014 in Eaton Rapids, Michigan


We want to reach out to the young and the old in our Ministry here at We have a museum on wheels to try to bring the Scriptures to life. What excites the children is just as much interesting to the teens and adults.

Our first Museum on Wheels was in Houston Texas. Here is a another sneak peak of the stuff we present during the second presentation at the Eaton Rapids Assembly of Yahweh.



Brother Danny dressed up as Mosheh (Moses) was the main speaker tonight.


Brother Danny holding the Ten Commandments that are in Ancient Hebrew. Brother Michael is dressed as King David in the back left.


After the presentation the audience walked up to get a closer look at the tables. It was really great!


Sister Linda was dressed as Miriam, Moshes’ sister. Brother Sam, the Assembly’s Leader is to the left looking at some artifacts.


It was lots of fun telling about each piece as someone asked a question about it.


Meanwhile, we also had our table of DVDs, and Yahuwah Gear freely for anyone who wanted some. Bags, Bracelets, Hats, Shirts, Pens, Cups and Key Chains. Before we knew it, there was none left!


Brother Sam browsing the Pictograph Hebrew Alphabet Dictionary.


Brother Danny demonstrating how the Hebrew Torah Scroll is to be unrolled. They also spotted Yahuwah’s Name in there too!


Smelling the fragrant shofar oil.


This Museum on Wheels lasting much longer than we expected. Everyone was so blessed by being able to learn about our pieces we have.


Brother Michael answering some questions about the Spices.

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After we put away just about everything we decided to get a group photo.
Left to Right: Brother Danny, Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel.

If you want us to come to your congregation, fellowship or assembly send us an email!



Lansing Zoo – Sukkot 2014 in Eaton Rapids, Michigan – 2014

IMG_2548 We had a great time in celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles this year. We went to the Eaton Rapids, Michigan Assembly of Yahweh. The above picture is just the group that wanted their pictures taken at the zoo. There was a ‘field trip’ activity for the Lansing Zoo. Here are so of the pictures of our trip.

On the way to the zoo, we saw a Noah’s Ark trailer and wanted a family photo in front of it.


From Left to Right: Brother Danny and Sister Linda, Brother Michael, Sister Felicia and Brother Daniel.



Waiting for everyone to gather and eat lunch before we started our tour of the zoo.


A Sister and her adorable baby boy. We had lots of fun Fellowshipping with her!


Passing out the plates for lunch



Michael and Daniel’s new friend Jake enjoying conversation while waiting in the lunch line.


There was a long lunch line!





Brother Michael talking with the Leader of the Eaton Rapids Assembly, Brother Sam.



Finishing up with Lunch, we want to thank those who provided!


Lunch took a while! We had so much fun fellowshipping and meeting the local Michigan Brethren!


Cleaning up


After Lunch it was time to tour the zoo! Here are just some of the amazing animals we saw at the Zoo. Yahuwah’s creation is so wonderful and amazing!




I had to take a snapshot of Sister Linda. She was just smiling so much cause it was so much fun!




Our new friend Jake, Daniel, Michael and Felicia.


Brother Danny pretending to be plowing the field!




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We had lots of fun! Hope you enjoyed the photos.  


The Imposter Tour: Fantastic Canverns – Springfield, Missouri – 2014


On a last minute decision we decided to go to Fantastic Caverns. It was only about 60 miles out of our way and when we were in Warsaw, Winter of 2011 we always wanted to go. Here are some pictures of the fantastic caverns!

groupphotocavesGroup photo outside next to the sign. (left to right: Analisa, Danny, Linda, Felicia, Michael and Daniel)


Before the next tour began we looked around the gift shop and had a group photo with the employees.


There is this really cool map of the caverns hanging on the wall. The three women got get their picture taken in front of it.

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It is so amazing how magnificent Yahuwah truly is and how He created everything. While these caverns are real it looked like a movie stage because it looks so fake. It was so awesome to drive through the caverns. It was a world within our world. Unaware of what is going on 160 feet above us on open ground. If you’re ever in the area you should check it out too!

The Imposter Tour #26: Canton’s First Monday Market Days – Canton, Texas – 2014

cantonmarketdays cvb_market    They say Canton’s First Monday Trade Days is more than a flea market and their not kidding. They also say it is the almost post-apocalyptic world of garage sales and flea markets gone mad. If you put together every flea market we have ever been to this market would still be bigger! Canton’s First Monday Market Days started in 1850. You know the Flea Market we went to in Orlando is Florida’s Largest and Trader’s Village in San Antonio is America’s Best. What about Canton? Canton is known as the WORLD’s LARGEST! It is pretty big! mondayworld     The map for the market looks like a city! In fact, this Flea Market looks like it is larger than the Downtown City of Canton! We wouldn’t be surprised if this Flea Market is indeed what put Canton, Texas on the map, so-to-speak. Here is an aerial view of the market:

Looks like a city but it's not. This is the Canton First Monday Market Trade Days Flea Market!

Looks like a city but it’s not. This is the Canton First Monday Market Trade Days Flea Market!

shuttleservice-canton On our way to our spot we saw the shuttle service. This Market is so large a shuttle service is needed.

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thegirlsSisters Analisa, Felicia and Linda couldn’t stay there too long. The wind was strong and it was chilly.

We took a quick look around the place and didn’t even make a dent in looking at the entire market. Here is a compilation of what we did see…



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Everywhere you turned there were people! But the crowds were not chaotic and loud and busy like the one in San Antonio that we went to.


We saw lots of good stuff and lots of junk there but every man’s junk is another man’s treasure.

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While look at some Guitars Michael and the Guitar vendor had a little showdown. He called himself Johnny Trash as a joke to make fun of Johnny Cash. He was pretty good actually!

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The Imposter Tour: Our Museum on Wheels – Houston, Texas – 2014


We want to reach out to the young and the old in our Ministry here at We have a museum on wheels to try to bring the Scriptures to life. What excites the children is just as much interesting to the teens and adults.

Here is a sneak peak of the stuff we present during the presentation.

Brother Danny and Michael did most of the presentation and Sister Linda wrote up the script. Our Historic Collection would not have existed if it was not for Sister Linda’s interest is searching and purchasing these artifacts. She did a fantastic job!

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Michael showing a poster board of how Noah’s Ark could have looked on the inside.
It wasn’t just the speakers talking the entire time. We got the children involved by asking questions. If they got the question correct they got a Kiss… a Hershey Kiss that is.

Michael passing around a box that has a crown of thorns inside. The crown of thorns is actually from a tree in Israel that could have been the actual crown of thorns placed on Yahushua’s head.

Brother Danny holding up a replica of a Dead Sea Scroll vase.

Brother Michael talking about something there on the table.

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Lots of excitement!

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The children had so much fun!

And we did too!

Brother Danny and Michael talking about the trumpet.

Brother Michael pointing to the Ark of the Covenant model being held by Brother Danny.

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Some stuff on the table.

A closer look

Brother Danny showing a poster of the tabernacle of Yahuwah.

Brother Michael pointing out a spot of the 3d temple model.

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Talking more about the Tabernacle of Yahuwah.

Sister Linda holding the Hershey Kisses that were used to give to everyone who answered a question correctly.

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Everyone had so much fun and we look forward to doing something like this again at a congregation or another home group like this one.





The Imposter Tour: The Holocaust Museum – Houston, Texas, 2014

holocaust We have never been to a Holocaust Museum before. Even though we have seen movies and documentaries about the Holocaust and the horrors that occurred during that time, the movies don’t always have all the details that actual history proves. 


Before we went into the museum we knew it was horrific what happened in Germany in the camps. But we had no idea about some of the details we learned in there. Our personal private tour guide’s name was Theresa and she did a wonderful job describing everything and answering our questions. 

This is the villages that were affected during the Holocaust. Each tile that has a stone on it is from Houston residence who are survivors.

This is the villages that were affected during the Holocaust. Each tile that has a stone on it is from Houston residence who are survivors.


After visiting the Holocaust Museum we have a clearer perspective of the horror that occurred in the camps all across the region in and around Germany. We recommend anyone interested to visit a Holocaust Museum if you have the opportunity.

Anyone who believes that the Holocaust didn’t happen are crazy. Truly Hitler and his followers were wicked, twisted and evil. Let us never forget what happened so that we are not fooled if it occurs again.

Bless those who suffered and are still suffering to this day from the Holocaust.




The Imposter Tour: Dinner & Games with the Raum’s


We met the Raum family at the after Shabbat Gathering and invited them over a couple times for fellowship. We plan to head to Galveston before we visit the Houston, Texas Holocaust Museum. The Raum family came over for a good bye visit and we had a blast! They are also Gluten Free so we had a delicious Gluten Free dinner. Pulled Bar-B-Q Chicken Sandwiches on Gluten free bread. Veggie Salad, Baked Potatoes, Gluten Free yellow cupcakes with purple icing and sprinkles on top.


(right to left) Gary Raum, Felicia, Analisa Raum, Daniel, Andrew Raum, AliYah Raum, Abby Raum, Sylvia Raum & Michael.








Michael caught a fish!


Fishing is really good here at the North Lake RV Resort. Michael caught 12 fish during one fishing trip. Too bad the policy is catch and release.



We had an idea for the boys to do a jump shot. They tried… it looks kinda funny actually. Daniel look like he is floating, Andrew Raum is just a happy boy and Michael looks like he was shot and it in the action of falling backwards.


Felicia and Analisa Raum were enjoying the nice evening breeze in the grass by the lake just before the sun was setting.


Here’s a group photo of the children. Felicia was inside when they took this picture so her and Analisa got a shot together.


It was getting dark and so we all flocked to the clubhouse for games and popcorn. Pool was the popular one for everyone.

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We also played shuffle board!
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Sister Linda and Sister Sylvia had fun too!

We had a lot of fun with the Raum’s, the adults and children alike. We invited Analisa to travel on the road with us and her parents agreed to the idea. She’s like part of the family and look forward to spending the next few weeks with her.

The Imposter Tour #25: Traders Village: Houston, Texas – 2014


Our next stop was the Houston, Texas’ Traders Village. Brother Michael and Daniel setup this time.setup



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   We told our the Brethren in Houston that we were going to be there and they decided to show up as well. Matthew Gonzalez, his wife Edith and mother Vivian came and they brought Scott Clayton too. You remember those shirts we have, the Imposter Tour ones? Well, all the men of the group each wore one. Brother Danny, Michael, Daniel, Matthew and Scott. Matthew, Scott and Daniel grabbed some DVDs and set out to walk around the market to give them away too! Meanwhile, back at our booth Vivian was translating for the Spanish speaking people passing by. It was awesome!


Brother Danny explaining what each of our movies are about.


Sister Felicia and Sister Linda came out for a little while too. It was chilly so they went back inside after about an hour.

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“Well these DVDs just aren’t for Bible believers.” Danny replied. The man snapped, “no thanks” and stormed away. Just as he was walking off our spot Sister Felicia saw that he had the book ‘Fahrenheit 451’ and eagerly said “Oh, that’s a good book you got there!” Then the man just began attacking the Bible left and right and repeated asked Felicia if she knew what happened in 76 AD. He then went on to ask who wrote the Bible, saying the entire Bible was destroyed in 76AD and man had to re-write it. A bunch of Bologna indeed!




The Imposter Tour: After Shabbat Fellowship – Houston, Texas – 2014


While we were fellowshipping at the gathering after Shabbat, it was brought up that Sister Felicia was hit by a truck May 17th, 2011. Everyone wanted hear about it. So Brother Danny, Sister Linda and Felicia went to front of the room and Danny & Linda told the experience of the Miracle Maiden.

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Even though it was a terrifying experience of Sister Felicia being hit by a truck, it is a blessing that she was able to sit there while her Mom and Dad told the story of the miracle Yahuwah has done for her. Everyone who hears this story are so blessed and many are brought to tears. We praise Yahuwah for blessing her with life.

After another late night of fellowship we exchanged email addresses and went home. We look forward to fellowshipping with this group again soon. Right now, we have plans to leave Houston and head down to Galveston, Texas and then Corpus Christi. Have a blessed week everyone!

The Imposter Tour: Shabbat Fellowship- Houston, Texas

houstonNot only is Houston, Texas the third largest city in the United States, but it is also a minefield for believers. We quietly arrived in north Houston not expecting to find many believers for fellowship, was here for a week and the motor in our car blew up. Just hours after the car blew up Brother Danny was having symptoms of a heart attack. We had no car to take him to the hospital so we had to call an ambulance to take him to the Emergency Room. We want to thank everyone who prayed for Brother Danny and the F.O.Y. Ministry during this time. Thankfully, Brother Danny was not having a heart attack. The doctors diagnosed him with Peptic Stomach Ulcers. He must now change his diet to help his ulcers heal. Since we sent out the prayer request for Danny to everyone in our mailing list, a few responded and let us know they were in the Houston area. We invited them to come over for Shabbat.

Matthew Gonzalez brought his Wife Edith and Mother Vivian. Mark Schmit and Scott Clayton came too.

Group Photo (Left to Right) Daniel, Matthew, Scott, Edith, Danny, Linda, Michael, Mark, Vivian & Felicia

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(Left to Right) Daniel, Matthew, Scott, Edith, Danny, Linda, Michael, Mark, Vivian & Felicia


Fellowship outside…

Meanwhile, after outside fellowship Danny and Linda went to go pick up Scott from the bus stop. Michael and Mark were discussion the TzitTzit and how we tie them. This lead into a TzitTzit tying how-to.



We had an awesome time fellowshipping with everyone. We tried to contact two other people in Houston but they never responded. So sad we couldn’t enjoy your company too.

Everyone enjoyed the Gluten Free (GF) Bread, GF Brownies, GF Shortbread Cookies, Grilled Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Fruit & Veggies, etc. We had fellowship and Scripture Discussion up til 3am. It was so much fun!

Matthew Gonzalez told us about the gathering that was to be held after Shabbat at the Raum’s household. We excepted the invitation. See you then!

The Imposter Tour #24: Big Daddy’s Flea Market – Gun Barrel City, Texas 2014


Gun Barrel City, Texas – 2014

An interesting name for a city. Some listings say Big Daddy’s Flea Market is in Tool, Texas, others say Kemp and Seven Points, not so sure but we’re thinking it’s Gun Barrel City. The flea market we went to also had an interesting name, Big Daddy’s Flea Market. It was a nice one too!


They like to say, “You’ll never know what you find at Big Daddy’s Market!” That’s true. I wonder if the flea market goers expected to see us there giving away free DVDs.

With nearly 200 venders, Big Daddy’s Flea Market is the largest on the south side of Canton. They say, “With the gas prices why not come here instead of Canton?” We say, “Why not both!” That’s right, we are still gonna hitting Canton in April, that is, after we come back from Houston.

Here are some pictures of what we found at Big Daddy’s!









More Stuff!

More Stuff!



Door Knobs!

Door Knobs!





The Imposter Tour: Mary Worship

Mary Worship is not an uncommon thing here in the Texan/Mexican Culture. Especially at the flea markets! One market we called and asked to go to in Dallas wouldn’t let us have a spot there because they said we are endorsing a religion. BUT, the only religious items they will allow are Catholic ones… rosaries, Mary Statues, Crosses, etc. “Those are religious relics from Catholicism” we told them, they replied, “no, not necessarily, They are Universal and do not point to any religion. We don’t want to offend anyone with Christianity, the Muslims don’t like that…” We just shook the dust off of our feet and went to the next city. After taking a picture or two of course…mw

Most of us are aware that Mary, the so called “mother of god” with the universal faith (Catholicism) is the same “queen of heaven” that the great prophet Jeremiah warned the children of Yisra’el not to worship.

This pagan deity is goes also by the name of Ishtar (Easter).

Clearly from the pictures above we can see how some of these statues are just huge compared to Sister Linda. We have been warned not to make any carved images and bow down to them. Yet many are worshipping these pagan statues. So sad.


The Imposter Tour #23 – The Bargain City Bazaar – Dallas, Texas – 2014


The Bargain City Bazaar – Dallas, Texas – 2014

We had fun here at the Bargain City Bazaar. Many DVDs were given away, praise Yahuwah. It is amazing how interested people are when they see our booth. Yahuwah’s truths are being spread not only through those who find our website but also to those who simply come to a flea market to shop for materialistic items. Here are some pictures…


The Front of Bargain City Bazaar


Daniel checking out the Mexican Piñatas. These are popular at Texas Flea Markets.

It was Mr. Daniel McGuire’s turn to setup the banner this time.

It was Mr. Daniel McGuire’s turn to setup the banner this time.


Here’s Brother Danny setting up the DVDs. We got tracts this time! Spanish ones also!

Sister Linda helped setup too.

Sister Linda helped setup too.

Everything is ready, now it’s time to wait…

Everything is ready, now it’s time to wait…

Oh, and fold the rest of the tracts we got printed. “You’re doing a good job Michael!” We got some fun picture too! We can’t go from flea market to flea market and not look for treasures or just play around. This Texan/Mexican themed environment is rubbing off on Michael and Daniel.

Oh, and fold the rest of the tracts we got printed. “You’re doing a good job Michael!”

We got some fun pictures too! We can’t go from flea market to flea market and not look for treasures or just play around. This Texan/Mexican themed environment is rubbing off on Michael and Daniel.IMG_8907

“Uh, does this hat make my mustache look darker?” *wink*

“Uh, does this hat make my mustache look darker?” *wink*

“You think I look funny don’t ya?!?”

Daniel’s Turn, “You think I look funny don’t ya?!?”

Well, that’s all for Dallas. See you next in Gun Barrel City!




Imposter Tour: Leaving San Antonio, Texas


As we pulled out of San Antonio TX, we will sadly miss our old friends that we have been close to for about nine years. We had a wonderful time! We will also miss our new friends. We love you all.

In the hustle in bustle of everyday life, saving time by cutting corners whenever possible can be extremely beneficial. So when we get dirty laundry, sometimes going to the local laundry mat can save hours. I’ve seen it done, you can take an entire day of washing clothes at home, down to about two hours at the laundry mat. Isn’t that great?

2013523-harbord-mainNot only can washing your clothes at the laundry mat save time and be fun, but it is also a great place to meet new people. That is exactly what happened to us at a small San Antonio laundry mat. At first we were just having a small conversation with Eddy and his wife. He went on to tell us how this was his first time ever being at that laundry mat because it was in a bad part of town. Before to long the subject of our faith was brought up. By the time the laundry was done, Eddy and his wife were following us back to the campground we were staying at. We had such a wonderful time talking that night that we must have talked until about one in the morning. He took some of our movies, we prayed together and then we had to say our goodbyes. During our five weeks in San Antonio we kept in contact with Eddy. He wanted us to share his testimony of what Yahuwah had done for him with all you readers.

 “I give thanks to Yahuwah and Yahushua and the Spirit because there was one time in my life where I was going through a tough time. I was fighting to break off of climax, I felt I was going to die and I felt like I betrayed Jesus, because back then I used to live by the name of Jesus. At this time I did not know His Name, till one night I met Danny and his wife Linda. They told me He still loved me. He could still use my life no matter what I did wrong. They showed me the Father’s love. They also presented to me the true Names of the Father and Son. They told me the Father’s name is Yahuwah and the Son’s name, who died for me on the stake is Yahushua. I believed and yes I began to study. In my studying, the Set Apart Spirit showed me confirmation that this is the Truth. I trusted in the Spirit of Yahuwah and Yahushua and I believed. Ever since that night my life has never been the same. Yahushua healed me with His precious blood by His great power. I was no longer sick from climax, my stomach did not hurt anymore. I was no longer vomiting.  When He first healed me, He told me to live by His Name, His True Name. He told me not to forget about His Father Yahuwah. Since then, came great encounters with Him in my room, I’ve seen Him come and pray for me and my wife. I’ve even had great visions of what will come to past concerning great wars in our country. He’s revealed great things that I never really understood in His word.  He told me I am His messenger sent from Heaven.  He told me that He wants me to Spread His true Name and the Father’s Name.  He went on to tell me not many will stand up for their names. I told Him I will Yahuwah, Yahushua.  He told me to Spread His Name my Son. The people must know, and they will know because I will go forth in proclaiming His Name.  Since I have come into the truth, He has blessed me with a job. We had no furniture, no table to eat with our children, we had nothing but a car for my wife to get to work and so our children can get to school.  Yahushua has provided all these things for us and we have no needs.  I have peace in my heart, love, joy, Freedom from Drugs, from hate, suicide, depression, now because of His true Name!  Remember there is power in His name, there is Freedom, Peace, Love, Joy, Happiness all is found in His Name Yahushua. There’s power in the Father’s name Yahuwah also.  How do I know, because I experienced it the Day I began to live by their true Names.  Now the question is will you believe? Will you ever experience what I have, what my wife has, and what my children has? It’s up to you to believe, to trust and then you will see that all I’ve said is truth.”

Believe- Edward Alonzo and family

Eddy and his family

Eddy and his family

(left to right) Eddie and Brother Danny

(left to right) Eddy and Brother Danny

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Battery was dead on our good camera so we had to use a different one.

That first night when we met, I still remember how Edward was constantly having to run to the bathroom. Before we left we prayed blessings upon Edward. and We prayed deliverance for him and his family also. We thank and praise Yahuwah for hearing our prayers. I speak a truth, there is indeed freedom from all forms of bondage in those who believe in Yahushua! Do not believe any of Satan’s lies. No matter how dark or bleak your life might be at this very moment Yahuwah, the Mighty One of Yisrael, can turn your life around. Seek Him and cry out to HIM…He loves you!

Do you see beloved ones how this works? Sow the seeds where ever and whenever you are able. You never know when you will be used to help call another out! Eddy has assured us that even though we are leaving this area what we started here, he will continue this work in the big city of San Antonio…HalleluYah! If you or someone you know suffers with an addiction and would like to talk to Edward just email us and we will connect you with him.

For I am thus reminded: For everyone who calls on the Name of YAHUWAH shall be saved.How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without one proclaiming? And how shall they proclaim if they are not sent? As it has been written, How pleasant are the feet of those who bring the Good News of peace, who bring the Good News of the good!(Romans 10:13-15)

Are you a Temple Builder? If not I say, “Rise up ol’e children of Yisrael, now is the time to proclaim.”  Spread the Good News (The Besorah) now while it is still daylight as darkness is coming. Make full use of your ministry as outlined 2 Timothy 4:5. You do not need any special doctorate degree to be a Temple Builder. Just having the Ruach Ha Qodesh qualifies you to go forth and further the coming Kingdom! Do not believe those lies that you cannot do this…you can be a Temple Builder!

Pit Stop: The Alamo


If you’ve been following our blog this month you’ll see that we have been extremely busy. Not only have we been busy doing stuff, but we’ve also been just as busy posting what we’ve been doing here on the blog. For those who are patiently waiting for emails to be responded to, etc… thank you for your patience and please be patient a little longer. We will address your question, comment or concern according to its importance and in the order it was received. We are slowly working on catching up with the emails. They seem to never end and are always piling up. Until then, we went to the Alamo. Not knowing any history of the Alamo we coincidentally arrived the very same day the battle of the Alamo began, February 23rd, 1836. Here is our family picture in front of the Alamo.


(left to right) Daniel, Danny, Linda, Felicia & Michael

The Alamo, originally known as Mission San Antonio de Valero, is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound and was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. It is now a museum in the Alamo Plaza District of Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA. It was built by Spanish Franciscan priest Antonio de Olivares and Payaya Indians, and along with the Presidio San Antonio de Bexar and the Acequia Madre de Valero is the origin of the present city of San Antonio, Texas.

The compound, which originally comprised a sanctuary and surrounding buildings, was built by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century for the education of local Native Americans after their conversion to Christianity. In 1793, the mission was secularized and soon abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing the Mexican Army group the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras, who likely gave the mission the name “Alamo.”

Mexican soldiers held the mission until December 1835, when General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered it to the Texian Army following the siege of Bexar. A relatively small number of Texian soldiers then occupied the compound. Texian General Sam Houston believed the Texians did not have the manpower to hold the fort and ordered Colonel James Bowie to destroy it. Bowie chose to disregard those orders and instead worked with Colonel James C. Neill to fortify the mission. On February 23, 1836 Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna led a large force of Mexican soldiers into San Antonio de Bexar and promptly initiated a siege. The siege ended on March 6, when the Mexican army attacked the Alamo; by the end of the Battle of the Alamo all or almost all of the defenders were killed. When the Mexican army retreated from Texas at the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.

For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In 1849, several years after Texas was annexed to the United States, the US Army began renting the facility for use as a quartermaster’s depot. The US Army abandoned the mission in 1876 after nearby Fort Sam Houston was established. The Alamo chapel was sold to the state of Texas, which conducted occasional tours but made no effort to restore it. The remaining buildings were sold to a mercantile company which operated them as a wholesale grocery store. (Wikipedia)

As with St. Augustine, the Catholics came over here threatening the Native American Indians to convert to Catholicism or die. Most walk through the Alamo tours with so much excitement of “Oh yeah! Texas won!” We walked through there with the thoughts of all the people, men, women and children that died during the battle over the Alamo.

Pit Stop: The San Antonio Zoo!




Danny, Linda, Michael, Felicia & Daniel

Yep, we had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. It wasn’t as good as the Zoo in Cincinnati, Ohio. But as much fun as we had here, we are eager to go to the Cincinnati Zoo. Don’t worry, we’ll share the pictures of that pit stop too. Until then, check out what we saw at the Zoo in San Antonio, Texas.

bird01Here’s a bird, not sure what kind it was though. There was an aviary we could walk through and this bird was there on the fence looking over at us.

An amazing bird, standing about four and a half feet tall with a wingspan of over seven feet wide and only weighing a little over ten pounds is the Secretary Bird. When we first saw it, the first thing that came to mind was an Egyptian statue of a half bird, half man. The reason for such long legs is to help the secretary bird hunt for its prey, snake. They swoop down, land near the snake and stomp on em with their long legs. Goodbye Snake! If only we could kill snakes that easy.


This one wasn’t laughing when we were there. But this is the laughing hyena. It looks like a stuffed animal, so fake and unreal looking, huh?


The Pink Flamingo. The Pink Flamingo can weigh up to seven or eight pounds with a height of four to five feet tall. Yes, we did see a couple in this particular flock that looked about four or five feet tall. They were much taller than the others. Do you know why these Flamingos are so pink? The shrimp and algae they eat give them their pink pigment. Their color is so pretty.

honeybearsunbearHere’s a wakeup call for everyone who thought the original “Winnie the Pooh Bear” was a golden light brown color. The Sun Bear, also known as the Honey Bear is not a violent bear. He’s the bear who’s always trying to take the honey from the bees’ nest. Bees, beehive and honey are important parts of the Sun Bears’ diet. Almost five feet tall, weighing nearly one-hundred and forty-five pounds, the Sun Bear’s long, curvy, pointed claws and almost one foot long tongue help during their honey hunt. He looks similar to a dog in the face.

tiger2There was a cute Leopard there.
While the Leopard is the smallest of the four big cats, it can run to speeds up to 36 mph.


Some more flamingos in another exhibit.

porcupineA Porcupine and Two Porcupines sleeping together. The picture on the left looks like a hamster or guinea pig in the face. Porcupines normally have soft fur but their body is also covered with 1,000 quills, (each 30 centimeters long) that shoot at their predators when they feel threatened. Did you know each quills that they lose another one grows back in its place? Neat, huh?

rhino A Rhinoceros. Did you know, on the black market, a Rhino’s horn is worth just as much as gold? Sad but true. Rhinos poached in Africa and Southern Asia for their horns.
lionA Lion. Ever wondered why male lions have manes? It has been scientifically tested that the size, color and thickness of a lions mane reveals his strength and age. and even health. Lions who are old have thinner manes. Lions who are sick have very little to no mane at all. Interesting, huh?
cheetaThe Cheetah, with the ability to run up to 75mph can accelerate from 0-60 in as little as three seconds That is four times the acceleration of humans. Did you know the Cheetah can weigh up to 160lb!

kangarooKangaroos, when standing up tall, are nearly six feet in height. Not only is that amazing, but they can jump as far as 30 feet in one stride! Not to mention, they can travel up to 30mph. There may be mobs in New York, but in Australia they call the Kangaroo herds ‘mobs’. These “Aussie” mobs are typically of about 50 or more. Newborn baby Kangaroos are called “Joeys” and are born only being one inch long! Pretty amazing, I’d say! No wonder they can fit in their Momma’s belly pouch.


There were lots of different Alligators and Crocodiles.
The bottom one has a very interesting looking snout, doesn’t it?


We got to see the official made in San Antonio TWO HEADED TURTLE!
Man-made engineering at its best.
At least they’re honest and tell us they made it here in San Antonio, Texas!

Even though there were many more pictures, we can’t show them all to you.
Here is a video of the Hippos being fed:

We had a pit stop today and it was a lot of fun! We went to the San Antonio Zoo. Here is a video of the Zoo Keepers feeding the Hippos.

The Zoo Keepers place a colored shape in front of the glass. If the Hippos place their head directly in front of the colored shape, they get a treat and you can see the Hippos open their enormous mouth to catch the apple pieces. As you can see in the video, there are fish in the same tank as the Hippos. They all get along together. The fish will eat stuff from the Hippos teeth and skin and the Hippos do not eat the fish.

These two Hippos are mail and female. The male is in the window to the far left and the female is in the middle and right windows. They are both the same age, 39 years old. The female is on birth control because it is so hard to find homes for the baby Hippos.

Imposter Tour #22: Traders Village – San Antonio, Texas


You know we told you Orlando, Florida’s Flea World is America’s Largest Flea Market, but apparently, with over 100 acres, San Antonio, Texas’ Traders Village has been rated America’s #1 Flea Markets.
traders2tvTraders Village isn’t just one flea market either. This particular flea market has three in the state of Texas. It is a nice flea market. Don’t have to worry about the rain spoiling your parade here. Parade… yep, that’s right. This is more than just a flea market. It’s an amusement park with a train ride around the place too! Karaoke, petting zoo, yard sale, shopping mall, furniture store, pet store, clothing, belts, home décor, jewelry, food, campground and so much more. They may have something going for them here that Orlando’s Flea World doesn’t have. But there is one thing they don’t have going for them though and that is smelly and filthy public restrooms!

Anyways, we had a really good time here at Traders Village. Everyone had their shift sitting at the table giving away DVDs and we gave away lots! Here are a couple pictures:

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Sister Felicia, Brother Danny in his Texas cowboy hat and Sister Linda.

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Sister Felicia and Sister Linda, Yahuwah’s two miracle women! As you can see behind them, this is indeed a busy flea market! Here is another photo…


We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March. I think we have a flea market to go to next week, our last one for San Antonio. Texas.

Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Our hopes are to head down toward Corpus Christi and over to Houston, Texas. There is a Trader’s Village in Houston. You might just get to see us there. Our last stop for Texas is in Canton. There’s a big flea market there waiting for us! Maybe we can see you while we’re here, hurry, fill out the form below and let us know where you are!
It’s not too late to see ya’ll Texans before we leave! Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

HURRY and fill out the form below:

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Imposter Tour #21: Eisenhauer Rd. Market


Eisenhauer Rd. Market – San Antonio

Told you we weren’t done with San Antonio. Today we went to the Eisenhauer Rd. Market. Here are some pictures:


Setting up


All setup and ready.



We weren’t the only ones busy setting up.
After the market opened people started coming.


Not just one…




or three…


but so many more! We gave away more DVDs here at this flea market than any other one this year so far. How awesome! HalleluYAH!

We’re still not done in San Antonio, Texas.
We’ll be leaving San Antonio around the end of February, first of March.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.


Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

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Imposter Tour #20: Flea Mart- San Antonio


Flea Mart – San Antionio – Feb 2014

What a mad house! After waiting 20 minutes in traffic at the entrance to buy a parking spot, you better have even more fun finding a place to park! Once you got your car parked, finished dodging the driving vehicles coming and going in the parking lot, you have a whole other obstacle ahead of you! The shopping experience. While this extremely busy flea market was good for The Imposter Tour, it wasn’t a very good shopping experience when trying to make your way through from one shop to the other. It was loud and traffic jam after traffic jam. This flea market is so big, I think they have a problem with having a variety of shops. There must have been a Catholic relic and First Communion outfitter shop down every row. You sure can tell what’s popular in this part of Texas. Catholicism is on the rise!

As we mentioned before, the busy crowds were very good for The Imposter Tour and praise Yahuwah, He brought the ones He is calling into His Truth to our table to receive the free DVD(s) of their choice.

Here are some pictures:
IMG_7738Brother Danny using a borrowed ladder to tie up our banner.

IMG_7722Brother Danny setting up the TV. We have a new idea we’ve been doing now. To grab passerby’s attention, we have our movies playing on a TV. It has worked good so far.

IMG_7725Brother Michael setting up the DVDs on the table.


The table is set


And the crowds are rolling in!


And we’re ready for them all! Since we are a Ministry and wasn’t selling anything they gave us a special spot in the front of the flea market near the concession area. This was beneficial because it was near the main entrance and everyone saw us sitting there in the eating area. Yahuwah has a purpose for everything. Normally, we pay for a booth, but we even got to stay in this spot at no charge!


Brother Danny and Sister Linda standing behind the table.

Brother Danny answering questions and talking about what each DVD is about. This particular couple took one of each, they were especially excited that “The Great Conspiracy” is in Spanish also.

We had a great time here at the Flea-Mart.

San Antonio, are we done with you yet? Nope, we have more flea markets in this city. Stay tuned cause there is more to come.


Where are we going next? We are going to be here in Texas until mid March 2014. Want us to come see you for fellowship, to visit or show our movies in your congregation, or if you know of a popular flea market in your area?

Fil out the form below: 

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San Antonio Post Office Adventure

Michael went on an adventure during his trip to the San Antonio, Texas Post Office this past week. Yep, that’s right, we are right here in San Antonio, Texas. But only for a limited time. Are you in San Antonio, Texas? Do you want to fellowship or visit? Send us an email letting us know.

Back to Michael’s adventure at the San Antonio Post Office.IMG_7688

Michael looks cold, and it was very cold! Around 30 degrees F. Michael set up all the packages next to the Alamo. Have you ever been to the Alamo. We haven’t until just now.



This wasn’t just any ordinary post office here in San Antonio. It’s also a court house. Which only means one thing. Metal Detectors and Body Scanners!


They don’t discriminate here, if you want to enter, you gotta go through the scanners. Here is Michael, which the packages sitting on the floor, placing his jacket in the tote just before walking through the scanner in front of him.

This isn’t our first trip to the post office. We’ll being seeing you again soon!

Imposter Tour #19: The Wedding Feast


With all the excitement of meeting and seeing new faces on our tour from state to state, the long road can become extremely lonely. Therefore, we here at the FOY ministry greatly enjoy a pit-stop every now and then. Our recent pit-stop would have us travel nearlykeylargotoolney 1,600 miles from Key Largo, Florida to Olney, Texas for a very special wedding. Leaving Key Largo meant we had to embrace the bitter cold arctic blast that the majority of states had been experiencing for weeks. As difficult as it was to trade in our flip flop’s, sun hats and lemonade sipping drinks for a wardrobe of ear muffs, gloves and winter coats, the tradeoff would be well worth it. Nothing compares to visiting old friends and making new ones.

All weddings are emotional in one way or another. But when Torah believing Messianic’s desire to wed and have their parent’s blessings, the entire ceremony is awesome. What makes our weddings so different, you ask?

Most of the customs surrounding the Messianic wedding has deep rooted spiritual meaning. The entire ceremony is quite fascinating actually. Here let me explain. Shot gun weddings do not exist within the Body of Mashiach neither does ‘justice of the peace’ ones. According to our tradition, marriage is viewed as a contract declared by Yahuwah between the man and woman. The goal is to create a lifelong relationship with marriage-certificate-blankYahuwah as the center. This is different compared to those that are living within the Babylon system. The majority of them have allowed the ‘state’ to be their center. Once the state has been made a partner, by the signing of a marriage license, they then have legal rights to anything that the partnership produces; such as children.  Most of these marriages also do not acknowledge the importance of the parent’s blessings. Whereas, within our tradition, that is the first step in the marriage ceremony.

When a man is interested in a woman, he first prays and may even fast to see if she is his helpmate. After receiving confirmation he then goes to the young woman’s Father to ask for her hand in marriage.  If there is no blessing from the Father then there is no Betrothal and the story ends. However, in the event her Father agrees… the journey begins.

The next step is the acceptance, if the woman wants to be his bride or not. After all, she will be spending the rest of her life with him. According to tradition, in front of witnesses, the man pours some wine or grape juice into a cup. wineHe then patiently waits to see if she will drink from it. If she accepted the marriage proposal she would drink from the cup. Their betrothed would now begin. Some betrothals can last as long as a year. The betrothal is binding and can only be broken through written divorce. The only way the betrothal could be broken by divorce is if the bride is found not a virgin.

The happy Bridegroom would then give her some object of value such as a ring, necklace or bracelet along with a Ketubah (marriage contract/covenant) listing promises to the Bride from the Bridegroom.

homeHe would then leave to go prepare a suitable place for them to live. He tells her, “I go and prepare a place for you and when I am ready I will return for you”. During his departure the Bride begins to get matters ready.  The custom was that the Bridegroom could not return to his beloved until after he had his Father’s approval of the place he had prepared for her. In the event the Bridegroom was asked about when the wedding would be, he would declare, “only my Father knows!’

Hmmmm….are you beginning to see the importance of the wedding ceremony? I sure hope so. Let’s continue:

The wedding could not take place until after the Bridegroom’s Father declared, ‘The wedding chamber is now ready! Go forth and get your Bride!”

Since the Bride never knew which day or hour her Bridegroom would come get her, she would have to keep herself ready at all times. She kept a lamp lit while the bridesmaids kept oil on hand. Patiently, they would wait to hear for the sound of the Shofar. At the blast of the Shofar they knew the Bridegroom is coming to her!

After the wedding party arrives, the Bride and Groom goes into the wedding chamber. The best man or friend would wait outside to hear that the marriage had indeed been consummated. The stained blood bed sheets bore witness that this was her first sexual intercourse. This proved of her purity. The entire marriage feast lasted seven days with a marriage supper full of guests.

Let us now put on our spiritual-glasses to see the deeper richer meaning found within the Marriage Ceremony.


During the Tanak (Old Testament) Yahuwah made a marriage covenant with His people (YeshaYahu/Isaiah 54:5-6). The Torah is the written marriage contract (Shemoth/Exodus 20:3) in other words our marriage vows. This contract was a blood covenant (Wayyiqra/Leviticus 17:11) with the Bride price consisting of the Passover Lamb (Shemoth/Exodus 12:13-14). The drinking of the cup of wine during the Passover meal was the sign of the woman (Bride/Yisrael) accepting the proposal and was publically announced in the wilderness (Shemoth/Exodus 19:7-8). The weekly Seventh Day Sabbath was the wedding chamber of how the children of Yisrael would spend time with their Yahuwah (Shemoth/Exodus 31:16; Wayyiqra/Leviticus 19:30; 23:3).

Sadly, the children of Yisrael broke the marriage vows (Torah) and thus were found whoring by serving false deities. Therefore, the marriage ended in a writ of divorcement (YirmeYahu/Jeremiah 3:8) as Yahuwah had to put her away for a time (Yehezqel/Ezekiel 16:60-63; YirmeYahu/Jeremiah 31:31-34). Yet He loved her so much that where there seemed to be no way… He made the way:

“And I shall take you as a bride unto Me forever, and take you as a bride unto Me in righteousness, and in right-ruling, and kindness and compassion. “And I shall take you as a bride unto Me in trustworthiness, and you shall know YAHUWAH. (Hosea 2:19-20)

Let us now connect these customs to Yahuwah’s magnificent plan for humanity as outlined within the marriage ceremony.  Whenever a Yisra’elite man (Yahushua the Messiah) wanted to marry (the congregation), he would go to the maiden’s house with a ‘bride price (Yahushua gave his life for the Bride and thus was the Passover Lamb).

“On the next day Yoḥanan saw Yahushua coming toward him, and said, “See, the Lamb of Elohim who takes away the sin of the world!” Yohanan/John 1:29

He was declaring that Yahushua is the bride’s price. Yahuwah approved and accepted the ‘bride price’ as “He was pleased to crush Him“. (YeshaYahu/Isaiah 53:10).

If the bride price was accepted, a glass of wine would be poured (MattithYahu/Matthew 26:26-29). If the maiden drank, then they would be betrothed. The only way the betrothal could be broken was by divorce/ if the bride was found to be not a virgin (MattithYahu 1:18-19).Then the Bridegroom (Yahushua) would go off to build a place (the Millennium, New Jerusalem as outlined in Revelation 21) for His bride (Believers). Now let us consider the following verse:

“In My Father’s house are many staying places. And if not, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you” And if I go and prepare a place for you, I shall come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, you might be too. “And where I go you know, and the way you know.” Yohannan (John) 14:2-4

Praise be to Yahuwah! Amazing! At that time, His taught ones did not understand what He was saying:

“T’oma/Thomas said to Him, “Master, we do not know where You are going, and how are we able to know the way?” Yohannan (John) 14:5

The Messiah was saying, that He was going to prepare a place for us! When the Father (Yahuwah) decides the marriage chamber (New Jerusalem) is indeed ready (Mark 13:32) as it was custom for the groom’s father to do, the Bridegroom (Yahushua) will come get the Bride (us Believers). The Bride (Believers) must prepare themselves to receive our Bridegroom, Yahushua (Revelation 19:7-8) as the parable of the ten virgins explains (MattithYahu/Matthew 25). This is why no man knows the day or the hour, like a thief in the night!

Are you waiting for the Bridegroom, Yahushua to come get you? Fill up the oil lamps! I say, let the Bride prepare herself, for when the hour does indeed come, she shall be ready!

7trumpetsAt the seventh trump our Bridegroom, Yahushua will come get us Believers and then the doors shall be shut and the marriage feast of the Lamb will begin (Revelation 19:19). All those who have been faithful by keeping the marriage vows, (Ten Commandments) believers (the Bride) to the Bridegroom (Yahushua, Ha Mashiach) will enter into the wedding feast!

Clearly, these traditions or customs are just important today as they were generations ago. We are now the Bride of Messiah and can learn so much from the deeper meaning of these practices.

Considering all this, the FOY ministry was very happy to rejoice along with being witnesses in our dear friend’s wedding.

We were blessed with safe travels to go to the wedding of Jasey Davis and Carson Hughes. It was a beautiful wedding. We met lots of new friends, had great fellowship and a lot of fun. We also got to share our Ministry and the story of our Miracle Maiden, Felicia with our new friends. Here are some pictures of the wedding.

(left to right) Brother Michael, Sister Linda and Brother Danny the day before the wedding during setup.
(left to right) Brother Michael, Sister Linda and Brother Danny the day before the wedding during setup.
Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis and Felicia setting up the names on the tables of who sits where.
Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis and Felicia setting up the names on the tables of who sits where.
Almost ready for rehearsal!
Almost ready for rehearsal!
Carson Hughes and Jasey Davis.  "Are you ready for rehearsal"?
Carson Hughes and Jasey Davis.
(The soon-to-be newly-weds)
“Are you ready for rehearsal”?
The Wedding Rehearsal, taping where everyone is to stand during the wedding.
The Wedding Rehearsal, taping where everyone is to stand during the wedding.
The groom being held by all his groomsmen.
The groom being held by all his groomsmen.

The beautiful Bride, Jasey Davis, during the photo shoot.
The beautiful Bride, Jasey Davis, during the photo shoot.
Sister Felicia, one of the Bride's Maids for the wedding.
Sister Felicia, one of the Bride’s Maids for the wedding.
(right to left) Brother Michael and Sister Linda. The day of the wedding. So excited!
(right to left) Brother Michael and Sister Linda. The day of the wedding. So excited!
(left to right) Sister Linda and Brother Daniel.
(left to right) Sister Linda and Brother Daniel.
The Groom walking the Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, down the isle for the wedding ceremony.


(left to right) Father-of-the-Bride, Chad Davis and Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, holding their 1 year old son, Yohanan Ben Brit Davis.
(left to right) Father-of-the-Bride, Chad Davis and Mother-of-the-Bride, Jan Davis, holding their 1 year old son, Yohanan Ben Brit (son of the covenant) Davis.
Exchanging the wedding Vows.
Exchanging the wedding Vows under the Huppah.
"You may now kiss the bride."
“You may now kiss the bride.”
Mr. and Mrs. Carson and Jasey Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson and Jasey Hughes.
So happy together.
So happy together.
The Wedding Cake
Their first dance.
Their first dance.

Congratulations Jasey and Carson!


Do you want to learn more about Yahuwah’s Feast Days and the spiritual meaning behind them? Read our book online, “The Feast Days of Leviticus Chapter 23

Imposter Tour -Fellowship in Key Largo – The Bird Sanctuary

When we travel, we try not to make too many plans. What? You say? “You don’t make plans?” That’s right. We let Yahuwah make the plans. Sometimes we try to make plans but our plans are not always His plans. That’s ok if our plans don’t go as expected because Yahuwah knows all and everything works out for the good in His eternal plan.

“And we know that all matters work together for good to those who love Elohim, to those who are called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28)

That’s exactly what happened. We were driving down just before Key Largo, just getting into the Florida Keys. It was a few minutes to 7pm and Sister Linda said we should probably call around and see if there was a campground to stay at in Key Largo. We had a long day of traveling and were very ready to stop and end our road trip in Key Largo. The first campground we called was the Point of View RV Resort. They were just closing up, turning off the lights and walking out the door when we called. They had 3 spots to choose from and so we stayed there. If Sister Linda wouldn’t have said something about us calling the moment we did, we wouldn’t have gotten to stay there at the Point of View RV Resort. Yahuwah’s hand was in all of this. Driving these last nearly 5 years… from Ohio to Maine, Ohio to Montana, Idaho to Texas, Texas to North Carolina, North Carolina to Florida, Florida to Kansas, Kansas to Missouri, Missouri to Iowa, up to Michigan and back down to Florida we have never once just pulled into a campground with believers there. Well, never say never because this time we did. These believers were very different from us. And we believe Yahuwah brought us there to help them. We planted the seed and did some watering. It is now up to Yahuwah to either bring a second witness to what we were saying to them or teach them further. Please keep this family in your prayers. The Alfredo family. They are greatly deceived into following ALL the traditions of men, believing the Talmud is the original oral law, believe that no one is supposed to speak the Name of our Father Yahuwah, (no matter the pronunciation) and believe in the Noahide Laws. We gave them our movies and despite our differences, we had fun fellowshipping together, spending Shabbats together and we even went to Miami to the Jewish grocer and gift store. Here are some pictures of our fellowship with the Alfredo Family.

Sitting at the dinner/fellowship table at the Alfredo Family's campsite.
Sitting at the dinner/fellowship table at the Alfredo Family’s campsite.
Singing Shabbat Shalom!
Singing, Dancing and Rejoicing! Oh HalleluYah!
Singing, Dancing and Rejoicing! Oh HalleluYah!
More Fellowship
More Fellowship
Showing our Temple Model to everyone.
Showing our Temple Model to everyone.
We had a fun time!
We had a fun time!
Sister Linda

Brother Danny, Sister Linda and Brother Michael

The men. (left to right) Brother Danny, Brother Daniel, Alfredo holding his son, Jr, Alfredo's Dad and Brother Michael.

The men. (left to right) Brother Danny, Brother Daniel, Alfredo holding his son, Jr, Alfredo’s Dad and Brother Michael.

Since Michael plays the guitar, an older man overheard him and so they became good friends. We gave them our DVDs.

(left to right) Daniel, Ed & his wife Joyce, and Michael

(left to right) Daniel, Ed & his wife Joyce, and Michael

Ed & his wife Joyce

Ed & his wife Joyce, a very nice couple.

Brother Danny Giving Ed our DVDs.

Brother Danny Giving Ed our DVDs.

Michael and Daniel also made some Christian friends. They all played the guitar together and even recorded some songs together too. They had so much fun together and were sad when their new friends left.


Michael and his two music loving friends

Michael, his two music loving friends and grandpa like friend, Ed.

We did make plans to go to the wonderful Wildlife Bird Sanctuary. We went there when we were in Florida Spring 2011. Here are some pictures:


There were mostly pelicans than anything there. Wild ones and capitve ones. The Wild Bird Center of the Florida Keys is a place where injured and endangered birds go to stay for the rest of their lives or just until they are healed up. This center is run by voluntary donations from visitors and members of the community.


Brother Danny was the only one brave enough to pet one of the pelicans.

Here is a family photo with the ocean behind us at the Wild Bird Center.

IMG_6467 IMG_6454 IMG_6442 IMG_6429  It was so cute how there were pelicans on the roof walking on the walkway. They weren’t afraid of humans at all because they are so used to the visitors.IMG_6432 IMG_6425

Imposter Tour #18: Orlando, Florida- Flea World- America’s Largest Flea Market!


They say it’s America’s largest. It was a big flea market. Isn’t it funny how the flea market is named the ‘flea market’. While you may think the ‘flea market’ got its name from those pin sized parasites that may infest your pets depending on your location, history tells otherwise. In the book ‘Flea Markets in Europe’ published by Chartwell Books. In the Introduction of this book, the author writes, “In the time of Emperor Napoleon III, the imperial architect Haussmann made plans for the broad, straight boulevards with rows of square houses in the center of Paris, along which army divisions could march with much pompous noise. The plans forced many dealers in second-hand goods to flee their old dwellings; the alleys and slums were demolished. These dislodged merchants were, however, allowed to continue selling their wares undisturbed right in the north of Paris just outside of the former fort, in front of the gate Porte de Clignancourt. The gathering together of all these exiles from the slums of Paris was soon given the name Marche aux Puces“, meaning “flee market”, as in, the market where the exiles fleed and sold their goods. Whether the story is true or not, everybody loves a flea market.

We had a great time at Flea World. Despite the fact that we were only there for one day (January 10, 2014), Yahuwah used our humble table of free DVDs to share His truths to those seeking Him and His truths.


Brother Danny setting up the table.

Brother Danny setting up the table.


Brother Michael grabbing some DVDs to put on the table.

Brother Michael grabbing some DVDs to put on the table.








Time to hang the banner...

Time to hang the banner…

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Answering questions. Lots of people come up to us and ask lots of questions.

Answering questions. Lots of people come up to us and asked lots of questions.

Sister Linda and Felicia talking to a very enthusiastic woman about each of our DVDs. We were talking to her for about an hour.

Sister Linda and Sister Felicia talking to a very enthusiastic woman about each of our DVDs. We were talking to her for about an hour.  She was very excited to have a copy of each one of our DVDs.  While you may notice that Sister Linda is sitting in her transport chair she is not always in it. She walks around with it around until she needs to sit and then gets pushed. It’s a comfy chair to have around and so she just sat in is shorty before this photo was taken.

(left to right) Sister Linda, Brother Michael and Sister Felicia group photo.

(left to right) Sister Linda, Brother Michael and Sister Felicia, group photo.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny.

Sister Linda and Brother Danny.

We gave away many DVDs. We look forward to seeing you one day in our tour. Please send us an email to and let us know where you are!

Imposter Tour #17: Big Pine Key, Florida

Point of View RV Resort (Key Largo, Florida)

Photo taken by D.R. McGuire at the point of view RV Resort.

Winter down here in the Florida Keys was good while it lasted. We tried to skip Winter, but it looks like when we leave Key Largo Florida that Winter is unavoidable! We certainly picked a good year to skip Winter because the entire country except southern Florida has been hit hard. Even Orlando wasn’t spared the cold weather. Tallahassee is in the single digits! Just last Winter L. McGuire wrote about the “Winterless Winter of 2011/2012“. I can’t wait to see what L. McGuire has in store for us in the next newsletter about the Winter of 2013/2014. As much as we love it here at the beautiful “Point of View RV Resort” in Key Largo, Florida; we are excited to head over to Texas. We have a wedding to attend to and can’t wait to visit with our dear friends, the Davis family. We stayed with the Davis family on their ranch in the Winter of 2010/2011. We had a great time!

Before we head on over to Texas, we can’t forget to tell you about our stay here in Key Largo. That’s right, the Imposter tour has been to the Florida Keys. We went to the Big Pine Key Flea Market all the way down to the Big Pine Key just past Marathon, Florida. Gave away about 20 DVDs. Even though the quantity of DVDs given away were small, they are there teaching whomever was led to freely receive one. Besides, the fact that the Florida Keys are so small of an area compared to any other city we’ve been to. Here are some pictures of our visit to the Big Pine Key Flea Market.

Time to put together the tent.

Time to put together the tent.


Fasten the canvas top...

Fasten the canvas top…

Push support poles out.

Push support poles out.

Double check...

Double check…

Can't forget the back wall...

Can’t forget the back wall…

Stake it down...

Stake it down…

Put up the banner...

Put up the banner…

Looks Great Michael! Excellent job!

Looks Great Michael! Excellent job!

Setting up the DVDs...

Setting up the DVDs…


All done!



Our next stop… Orlando’s Flea World, America’s largest flea market! See ya there!

A Great Oportunity Awaits

awaits We here at the FOY ministry have a wonderful opportunity for the right candidates. Are you an adventurer? Do you like to travel? Have you ever considered yourself a missionary? Do you enjoy spreading the Besorah? Are you a hard worker? If you enjoy doing these things and have a valid driver’s license then we would like to invite you to come on Tour with us! A vehicle and camper will be provided if needed to the right candidates. For further inquiries emails us:

We’ve Been Getting Ready!


When L. McGuire wrote the book, The Imposter, six years ago and when we began producing the movie a little more than three years ago we had no idea it would take off like it did. Before the movie was even finished we had hundred of preorders waiting for their copy. And still, three years after its completion we receive nearly at least 100 new orders each month, just for The Imposter; not to mention all our other movies. We here at the FOY ministry are simply amazed at how an extremely low cost movie called, “The Imposter” which was made in a camper, deep in the Wilderness Mountains of Montana, during the winter, has amazed thousands of people around the world. Truly, Yahuwah has His hand on this work. Nine months in the making with a computerized voice on very low quality film editing is still reaching people from all over. (Please Note: We have a new project lined up to digitally-remaster, edit and reproduce The Imposter with human narratives) Thousands and thousands of DVD’s have been given away from just within the FOY ministry and yet thousands more from others who copy and distribute them at home. We all want to Blow the Ram’s Horn, we thank you all for helping us get this message out there! Let us praise Yahuwah for creating us for this time to give meat in this due season! We continue to encourage everyone to please make as many copies of our DVD’s and share them with friends, co-workers and loved ones just get this message out to the people… NOW before night befalls upon us!

We want to give a special thank you to our Brother in Messiah, Ryan, for helping us get 5,000 more DVD’s ready for the next wave of cities on our Imposter Tour. Thank you Ryan!

First, we just want to let you know, before we left where we stayed for the Summer we were busy busy busy! In fact, when are we never busy? This Ministry is our lives. It is a full time job and many-a-days it’s overtime, especially during video production. But anyways, before we left we wanted to get a big stock-up on our DVDs. Five thousand to be exact. One thousand each of our five DVDs available. We go through at least several hundred a month; at least one hundred orders a month and each order is a request of all five DVDs. One thousand of each should last us to Spring. Michael and Daniel were very busy duplicating our DVDs, printing the DVDs and packing them into their individualized DVD case. Brother Ryan was able to give us a discount to get the DVD case insert sleeves printed professionally. They look beautiful! (pictured above)

We also want to thank Brother Ryan for the fabulously made t-shirts he helped us get.


Our official Imposter Tour Tee’s are now here! We have a very limited amount on hand right now but can easily order more through our dear Brother Ryan. If you would like one please let us know the color (in our next order we will be ordering pale blue and pale pink) and size you would need. If we have your size in stock we will mail one out to you free of charge! These would not be available if it was not for our dear Brother Ryan, whom we deeply thank for his services to the ministry needs!


Also do not forget we also have pens with the Imposter logo on them. If you would like some just let us know. We even have those popular rubber wristbands also. They say, “The Answer is in the Word” We plan to update our order form within the next weeks to come, adding these promotional items to the list.

If you have any low cost marketing ideas for us here at the FOY ministry please do not hesitate to share them. Thanks!

Speaking of marketing. Did we say we’ve been busy? We’ve been busy and we will continue to be busy. Since so many people came to our website from the banner that our friends from Texas put up a couple years ago we got to thinking… That is a fantastic way to get the message out there.
(YAHUWAH FORGIVE U.S. :is what the banner says picture right)
billboards Driving along the highway there are billboards everywhere when you come into a big city. We mean it when we say this message has to get out there to the people. The message of The Imposter and the False Armageddon. And it isn’t going to get out there all by itself. We are going to get billboards setup all around the country. If you see a billboard available in your area PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL. ( We will call them right away to get the details and try to get a billboard setup there.

We’re not stopping there either! Flea Markets, Free Public Movie Showings, Billboards, our website and word of mouth can only do so much. We are going to advertise too! Facebook, Google, Bing, Yahoo, we’re going to try AlexJones, Rense, etc. If there are other websites or means of advertising you know of please send us an email A.S.A.P.! (


Yep, that’s right. We’re coming to a city near you! We are still in Florida and will remain here in the Florida Keys for the remainder of this month. We will be moving over to Cape Coral to visit some friends and to give our condolences to our dear Brother in Messiah, Barry. Brother Barry passed away on November 3rd, 2013. He had mentioned receiving a liver transplant a while back and was taking medication so his body wouldn’t reject the transplant. When we came to visit the group in Fort Meyers, Florida in the Spring of 2011, Barry was the first to greet us and offered us into his home to fellowship. He always wanted to Study the Scriptures with us. Barry was such a sweet man. Please remember Barry, his family and friends in your prayers.

After Cape Coral, Florida we plan to swing by Orlando, Florida to do some on-sight filming for our next movie project that is planned for completion before Sukkot 2014. We will still be here in Florida until the first week of January 2014. If you are here in Florida and want to meet up with us for fellowship or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (

Once we leave Florida we are heading to Texas. But on our way we may stop in West Monroe, Louisiana. We are on a nationwide tour, we must reach as many people as we can. It is a goal of ours to stop in West Monroe, Louisiana at the Duck Commander warehouse and personally give the Robinson Family (stars of the reality show, Duck Dynasty) each of our DVDs. We’ll be sure to get a picture and let you know how that goes!

Why are we heading to Texas you ask? Texas is where we began our Nationwide Tour March 2011. We have been invited to a wedding! As much of a miracle as it is for a dear Sister of ours to get married it is even more of a miracle that Sister Felicia is alive and still with us here today after the tragic accident that occurred in May 2011. Felicia has been asked to be a bride’s maid at that wedding. Meanwhile, when we are in Texas, we plan to do many more tour stops, weather permitting. If you are in Texas and want to meet up for fellowship or help us arrange a showing or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. We’d love to meet you! Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (

After Texas in January, not sure yet. We are waiting on Yahuwah to guide us a give us direction of where to go. Perhaps He will put it upon your heart to send us an email to come to where you are? We’d love to hear from you! (

Coming to a city near you!


Yep, that’s right. We’re coming to a city near you! We are still in Florida and will remain here in the Florida Keys for the remainder of this month. We will be moving over to Cape Coral to visit some friend and to give our condolences to our dear Brother in Messiah, Barry. Brother Barry passed away on November 3rd, 2013. He had mentioned receiving a liver transplant a while back and was taking medication so his body wouldn’t reject the transplant. When we came to visit the group in Fort Meyers, Florida in the Spring of 2011, Barry was the first to greet us and offered us into his home to fellowship. He always wanted to Study the Scriptures with us. Barry was such a sweet man. Please remember Barry, his family and friends in your prayers.

In Loving Memory of Barry

After Cape Coral, Florida we plan to swing by Orlando, Florida to do some on-sight filming for our next movie project that is planned for completion before Sukkot 2014. We will still be here in Florida until the first week of January 2014. If you are here in Florida and want to meet up with us for fellowship or help us arrange a showing or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (

Once we leave Florida we are heading to Texas. But on our way we may stop in West Monroe, Louisiana. We are on a nationwide tour, we must reach as many people as we can. It is a goal of ours to stop in West Monroe, Louisiana at the Duck Commander warehouse and personally give the Robinson Family (stars of the reality show, Duck Dynasty) each of our DVDs. We’ll be sure to get a picture and let you know how that goes!

Why are we heading to Texas you ask? Texas is where we began our Nationwide Tour March 2011. We have been invited to a wedding! As much of a miracle as it is for a dear Sister of ours to get married it is even more of a miracle that Sister Felicia is alive and still with us here today after the tragic accident that occurred in May 2011. Felicia has been asked to be a bride’s maid at that wedding. Meanwhile, when we are in Texas, we plan to do many more tour stops, weather permitting. If you are in Texas and want to meet up for fellowship or help us arrange a showing or refer us to a flea market nearby to setup at, please let us know. We’d love to meet you! Send an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! (

After Texas in January, not sure yet. We are waiting on Yahuwah to guide us a give us direction of where to go. Perhaps He will put it upon your heart to send us an email to come to where you are? We’d love to hear from you! (

Still Making Orders while on Tour!

   There is one thing that’s for sure. Even though we may be soaking up some sunshine here in the beautiful Florida Keys, that doesn’t mean the Ministry is on hold. Nothing will ever come between us and this Ministry Yahuwah has blessed us with. Since we are on tour and things do get busier being on the road; planning tour stops, keeping our blog posted, responding to the hundreds of emails we receive each month, maintaining the website, spending quality family time together, studying the Scripture and filing DVD request Orders & our FREE ISR Giveaway, we cannot ship orders out as often as we normally do. Because of this, we can only ship out packages once every month or two. When we go to the Post Office, it takes 2 sometimes 3 days at the Post Office. Now we’re not just talking about an hour one day and 2 hours the next day. Brother Michael brings along a book or something to do when he goes to ship orders. Sometimes he brings a snack or even lunch! When we say 2 or 3 days at the Post Office, we mean 2 or 3 days of sitting in the Post Office for at least 3 or 4 hours at a time. We call ahead and the Post Office normally opens an extra line to get the job done.

First, we just want to let you know, before we left where we stayed for the Summer we were busy busy busy! In fact, when are we never busy? This Ministry is our lives. It is a full time job and many-a-days it’s overtime, especially during video production. But anyways, before we left we wanted to get a big stock-up on our DVDs. Five thousand to be exact. One thousand each of our five DVDs available. We go through at least several hundred a month; at least one hundred orders a month and each order is a request of all five DVDs. One thousand of each should last us to Spring. Michael and Daniel were very busy duplicating our DVDs, printing the DVDs and packing them into their individualized DVD case. A Brother in Mashiach (Messiah) of ours, Ryan, was able to give us a discount to get the DVD case insert sleeves printed professionally. They look beautiful! Here they are!

One thousand of each! Since Michael and Daniel were still busy with the DVD printing and duplicating you can imagine that brother Danny was busy with stuffing each DVD title papers into their individualized DVD case.

Back to the subject at hand. Still making orders while on tour! That’s right! It’s that time of the month again. DVD order making time.

Brother Danny has been waiting for this moment for the last couple of weeks! Come with us as we show you how it’s done!

After spending hours handwriting everyone’s mailing address (including our return address), it’s time to pack the envelopes!

Brother Danny is just getting started!

Still packing orders…

And the order packing continues…
   Meanwhile, sister Linda is at the computer responding to hundreds of emails and getting things ready for our next upcoming Nov/Dec 2013 Vol. 15 Newsletter. Are you in our mailing list? If please sign up so you can receive important updates, emails, prayer requests, chat invites and tri-newsletters right to your email inbox.
   We want to praise our Father Yahuwah for allowing us to do this work. It is financially hard times for most and we are most certainly blessed to be able to provide our services to the world.
“All this I did show you, by labouring like this, that you ought to help the weak. And remember the words of the Master Yahushua that He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ”  (Acts 20:35)

(Michael sitting at the couch) All packed and ready to go! We were able to get half of these done the first day at the Post Office. What you see here on the couch is all 98 orders that are for other countries.
While it may be cold and snowy where you are, it’s been 80F and Sunny here!
Michael carrying in the one of the many basketfuls of orders!
Here are the receipts from three days at the Key Largo Post Office!
We also wanted to share with you that there was a
beautiful beach wedding at the campground here at Key Largo, Fl.
We didn’t know the couple, but just wanted to share a picture of the wedding.

Imposter Tour #16: Daytona Flea and Farmers Market, Daytona Beach, Florida

   Big Flea Markets aren’t hard to come by here in Florida. They are everywhere! After a week in St Augustine and nothing but cloudy days and rip current advisories it was time to get some warmer weather. Besides the Imposter Tour, that is the reason we came to Florida.
   Our next stop in Florida was the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market. Nope, no fleas here, we haven’t seen a flea since July. Anyways, the Daytona Beach Flea & Farmers Market has been rated one of the top 5 flea markets in the country. This place was so big while we were there we couldn’t even… With 1,000 booths, over 600 vendors and 3.5 million visitors yearly, we had to stop here! Since this Flea & Farmers Market is only open Fri, Sat & Sun, that’s over 20,000 visitors each day it’s open! That’s a really good way to get the message out there! Just providing you with the knowledge of how many visitors come here should give you a pretty good idea of how successful we were here! HalleluYAH! During Daniel’s shift, eight people gathered at the table at once to grab their free DVDs!

   Our new banner looks great. Brother Danny was in charge of packing the ministry stuff from the house and making sure we had everything. *sigh* He forgot our banner. But that’s ok! We were able to find a print shop here in Daytona Beach for same day print to get a new one. did a fabulous job! 
Setting up… 
(Michael, Danny, Linda & Felicia)
You may have noticed that Felicia wear’s warm hats alot.
She crochets them. Since her accident cool air causes headaches.
Her hats keep her head warm and headache free.
All done! (Danny, Michael, Linda & Felicia)
   Check out our shirts! A brother who has a printing company (not the same as asked us for a shirt design and made us shirts. They look great, don’t they?
Looking Around this giant 1,000 booth flea market… 
We had a good time at the Daytona Flea and Farmers Market. 
We’re heading farther south, see ya when we get there!

Imposter Tour #15: St Augustine, Florida Flea Market

 Our next stop… beautiful St. Augustine, Florida. St. Augustine is known for being the very first settlement. Forget what they say in Plymouth or Massachusetts, by the time the first settlers were grown, married, had children and died they were just arriving up north to America.
 We had lots of fun here at St. Augustine. Even though the weather wasn’t as hot and sunny as we hoped for, it was still great family fun! We parked our “home on wheels” at the beautiful Bryn Mawr Oceanfront Resort. If there is ever a place you need to park you RV that is right on the beach Bryn Mawr’s is a great spot! Whether you want to watch the sunset or sunrise, shell searching, bird watching, splash in the ocean waves, get sand between your toes, count the boat lights on the ocean at night or soak up some sunshine during the day, this place is sure to please. In a quiet setting tucked away in the palm trees, but yet a short drive from the many historical and tourist attractions. We didn’t have time for mini-golf, but enjoyed learning about America’s history here in St. Augustine.
 First we went to the Colonial Quarter’s Historical Adventure Tour. Here we went through a live historical adventure tour through time. Here are some pictures of our exciting adventure…

   Our Tour Guide.
   He showed us how the blacksmith shop worked. How the guns back in those days were operated how and why the homes were built the way they were built and much more!
   Here is a live representation of how early settlers in St. Augustine cooked. Cooking wasn’t done inside in a kitchen, instead it was done outside so the house wouldn’t get too hot.
   Our Tour Guide also explained the difference between the steep pitched homes and the flat top home; their advantages and disadvantages.
   The wooden homes were cheap and fast to build, but needed to be replaced every few years because of rot and termites. The wooden homes were steep pitched so the rain would runoff but heat was a problem for those types of homes. While the flat top homes had big windows with thick walls. Flat top homes lasted longer because they were built sturdier than the wooden homes. However, a flat top roof isn’t suitable for lots of rain. If you want to know my opinion, I’d say a steep pitched roof, thick walls and big windows sounds good for the hot and rainy days of Florida.
   We even got to tour inside what originally was a 16th Century one bedroom cottage. This cottage is how St. Augustine became popular because it was the very first well-built structure of its time.
The Bedroom
Not so sure what this room was called.
What looked like a den had an authentic weaving loom near the fireplace.
The Dining Room. 
In the next room was something the early settlers didn’t have in their homes.
The Kitchen!
Felicia (left) and Linda (right) having a great time!

Let’s take a look around the kitchen.

The counter with a fireplace behind it.

Now that we’re done checking out the kitchen…
Is anyone hungry? Dinner’s almost ready!
Another area of the yard near the cottage had a small one room office.
We each had a seat in the captain’s chair.
Brother Danny (Dad)
Sister Linda (Mom)
Sister Felicia
 Brother Michael

Brother Daniel
   And that concludes our Historical Adventure Tour.
   Next we went to the Old General Store and had a live tour of how the general store was. The General Store was a big excitement! This General store was the largest store of St. Augustine and the third largest of the state of Florida.
   The Oldest Store in Florida Museum was not like the Adventure Tour. We came into the store and the sales clerk basically treated us like we were old time customers. He was trying to sell stuff the store originally carried. From canned goods to candy, clothes, oil lamps, corn husker, apple peelers, women’s shoes, ect. It was like we were live in a commercial of how the salesmen would try ever so hard to sell stuff we didn’t need. 
   Lester, the store clerk, showing everyone around, welcoming us and offering some free candy. It looks like something you’d see from the old west days, the Oregon Trail game or from the TV Series, The Waltons.
   Lester showing us the music box to play while sitting our ‘parlor’.
   What supposedly is a silent milk shake maker the clerk repeatedly made us aware of how it is so silent, you won’t hear a thing…
Turned out to sound like a jack hammer machine!
Silent as a mouse. Can’t hear a thing! 😉
Lester, trying to sell us some more stuff.
And the coffee grinder, only $32.00!
   Don’t remember the store hand’s name but she tried to helped us find what we needed in the back. First she showed us the sewing machines.
   She then gave us a history of the bicycle’s appearance. And then showed us what they called a ‘Portable Pantry’.
   You can store your bread, flour, cake, sugar and spices. It even has a coffee grinder on the side! She said these ‘Portable Pantries’ came in handy for the everyday traveling salesmen.
There was even a real life action butcher!
The vacuum.
   The hand pump vacuum. You have to push around and pump this thing and your floors will be dirt and dust free in about 3 hours.

They even had the good ole’ fashion plunger style washing machine.
Some more general merchandise…
The telephone…
In case you can’t see what the sign says…
Before Telephone Numbers
When telephones first came into use, there were no telephone numbers. You had to crank a magneto phone to generate an electric signal to alert the switchboard operator who would connect your call. The operators knew everyone by name.
The yearly cost for phone service for homes was $18, $20 for farms, and $24 for businesses. Private lines were an extra $5.
Party Lines
Most people shared telephone line with up to twenty people. You could talk only five minutes or so before someone else wanted to make a call. Anyone on the party line could pick up their receiver and listen in to your conversation. The shared lines were called “party lines”.
Linda (left) and Felicia (right) listening in onto the party line. They were talking about spending too much money at the grocery store. And, “Did you hear about what Mary-Jane did after church?!?”
They also had a setup of all the old guns the original store sold.
More shopping…
And we can’t forget about the bathing suits!
Woah, all this shopping’s got us hungry! What about you?
Yummy! (Felicia)
Hmm, don’t mind if I do, thank you! (Michael)

Uh, how much can we have? (Daniel)
   Would you believe us if we told you there were at least 100 pieces of breads, cakes and pies in this bread cart. All of it was Styrofoam!
Oh how about a game of checkers!
Linda (left) and Danny (right)
Next door to the General Store was the old jailhouse.
   Michael, Danny and Daniel. If you check out the one in the middle, the one Danny is in, it looks similar to what Jeremiah|YirmeYahu was hung up in. This particular one here actually has a rope on the top loop to hang the cage up in the air.
   Now that everyone’s stay put and settled down we can finally tell you about how things went at the St. Augustine Flea Market.
   It was great! We only had a few DVDs out on the tables and people were already stopping, asking about our DVDs and eagerly grabbing their free copies.

Michael in the back, Linda (left) and Felicia (right) in the front.
Setting up…

   Once we initially got set up several flea market shoppers would come to our table and ask “What is this movie about”. Others were regular Bible studiers and church goers. They said they were eager to watch and learn more about end time prophesy and the Father’s Name. HalleluYAH! Several people would come up and converse about Scriptures with us, ask who we are, what we do and why. We even had a Muslim come and chat for 45 minutes!

To our left…
To our right…
Around the corner…
   We had a great time. You’re probably wondering why we are all dressed up with coats and jackets on. A cold front came through Florida that week. It was so cold, the lows were in the 30s in St. Augustine! We can’t wait to go down further south to where it’s warmer. See ya when we get there!

The Imposter Tour: From Michigan to Florida

   We like to thank everyone for your special prayers while we are on “The Imposter Tour”.  Not only do we not know what kind of people we are going to meet but we never know what the weather conditions will be like also. Our first day on the road was stressful for Bro. Danny as he battled strong winds during the Midwest tornado outbreak.
   We just past Lima, Ohio when we decided to pull over for a while. During this time, the rain starting coming down harder, the wind picked up strength as stop signs shook, darkness filled the area and reports from the tiny gas station were that a tornado had just struck on less than 10 miles from where we were! We prayed for protection and that the tornado would not harm us. Yahuwah showed us much mercy as an hour later the storm was over!
   Twelve states were hit with these thunderstorms and tornadoes as this wave of powerful storms was very unusual for this time of the year.  That Sunday there were 500 reports of wind damage, strong winds, tornadoes and large hail Jon Erdman from reported. According to the National Weather Service’s there were about 40 tornadoes that hit that day: (click image for news article)
   On our travels through the states we also try to stop off and make time for our friends and family. We were very blessed to see some old friends in Ohio along with some family members. Driving through Georgia we made a very nice pit stop spending a few hours with Brother Frank,
Brother Frank (holding our Shih-Tzu puppy Abby), Michael, Sister Linda, Brother Danny, Sister Felicia (holding Molly, the mother of our two puppies), Jason (holding Minnie our other Shih-Tzu puppy & Daniel.


   Brother Frank has done so much for our humble ministry. We met him while in Montana during a presentation of one of our movies during the Passover a few years ago. When we left the state of Montana for our tour, Bro. Frank faithful shipped out our Trout Creek mail to us. He did this all the time for us until he moved. So this was a nice blessing to meet up with Brother Frank in Georgia. We tried to kidnap him but he has been very busy with ministry work himself.  The Imposter tour has not stopped off in the state of Georgia yet so hopefully we can meet up with Bro. Frank again sometime soon.

Imposter Tour #14: Downtown Sidewalk Salebration – Cadillac, Michigan

Downtown Sidewalk Salebration – July 27, 2013

While in the area we heard about the Cadillac Downtown sidewalk salebration. Vendors and shops downtown bring stuff out on the street. It’s a community event the city of Cadillac does every year. We set up our table downtown and gave away lots of free DVDs.

Imposter Tour #13: Northern District Fair – Cadillac, Michigan

The Cadillac, Michigan Northern Distric Fair – August 9-17, 2013
   We went to the Northern Disctruct Fair of Cadillac Michigan. It was a small fair but we were among the vendors in the main building. People came from all over the Northern Disctrict of Michigan to come to the fair. About 100 fair goers came into our spot and grabbed their free DVD!


Imposter Tour #12: Kaleva, Michigan- The Imposter Tour at the Kaleva

Kaleva, Michigan Vendor Sales July 19-21, 2013

When you go to a thrift store or street sale you don’t see someone giving stuff away for free… UNLESS you come to one that the FOY Ministry is at. You’ll find us with a table of our free DVDS! HalleluYAH! Michael and Daniel sat there with our FREE DVD table at the Keleva Vendor sales in the park.

Looking up the park…


Looking down the park…

And around the corner. Vendors were everywhere! The crowds came rolling in, cash and checks flowing and passing from one hand to the other as customers were buying whatever they pleased.

Walking on over to our tent and you’ll find smiling faces reaching out offering a free DVD of Yahuwah’s truth.

Brother Daniel
We gave away close to 100 DVDs that weekend!

Imposter Tour #11: Traverse City, Michigan- The Imposter Tour at the National Cherry Festival

Traverse City, Michigan – National Cherry Festival June 29th- July 6th
   It’s not called the NATIONAL Cherry Festival for no reason. Traverse City is the Cherry Capital of the

world! Driving through the rolling hills of the Traverse City farmland will sure to please the scenic sightseeer.
  You can drive for miles and see nothing but rolling hills of cherry orchard after cherry orchard.

  Every year cherry spectators come from around the country for this national festival. If you go to every gift shop, welcome/visitor center, or gift shop in the USA and if it’s there,they have it “cherry themed”. Apparel, socks, slippers, swim wear, pet clothes, dog leash and collar, hats, belts, mugs, pens, rocks, candy, bookmarks, shoes and jewelry. The list is endless, every type of souvenir you can think of, it was there. Not to mention the large variety of cherry foods they had to offer in the festival and a “Cherry Queen” beauty pageant. Everything for the cherry enthusiast. This festival is so well known around the nation that Food Unwrapped even did an episode on it!

Sitting around thinking of where the next showing could be and checking out all the local events in the vicinity of northwest Michigan. We decided to get a booth at the Traverse City National Cherry Festival and gave away lots of DVDs!

At the festival there was a living statue. Daniel got his picture taken with him. It looked so real! He dropped a coin in the pot and the living statue came to life, played his guitar and flipped Daniel’s hat backwards.

   On the way out we saw a Christian street witnessing. Michael walked up and gave him a DVD.
Street witnessing to the street witnesser!
Photos from
The National Cherry Festival 2013. Traverse City, Michigan.
Cherries… Cherries… Cherries!
Locally grown cherries
Fresh Picked Cherries
Cherries in a cup!
The dazzling view from the ferris wheel!
Fourth of July Fireworks
We loved it so much, you might even get to see us there next year!

Imposter Tour #10: Copemish, Michigan- The Imposter Tour Hits Flea Markets


IMG_1848 That is right, the Imposter tour stops at Flea Market! Well, actually this will be the first of many stops at various flea markets, fairs, festivals and other summer time events! As many of you know the F.O.Y. ministry has been going every where we are able to venture to. Our main agenda is to share the Besorah to all. In this process we want to also warn the people of the coming Strong Delusion. The Strong Delusion which leads up to the unveiling of the Imposter! Each event we do takes a lot of time. Each showing involves months of planning and preparing. Anyone off the streets is invited just as the parable of the wedding feast states: Since this earth age is entering into the ninth inning, the F.O.Y. ministry wanted to pump up the volume so to speak, in getting this prophetic message out there. When doing showings, guests normally show up due to our advertising. They are drawn in either through radio broadcasts, the newspaper ads, and fliers or simply by word of mouth. This time however, we wanted to reach even more people! Now more than ever, us, Temple Builders must be working while it is still light before the darkness comes. Therefore, we decided to take advantage of the long weekend by setting up a booth at a local flea market!  
What better way to kick off the summer than with a bang! Since the economy continues to be in an ever increasing slumber state, more and more people are cutting corners any way than can to save money. They are looking for cheap deals on good quality new and used stuff. What better place to find just what they need than at a flea market! Of course, us called out ones know the most important matter we all need is Yahushua! Therefore, we journeyed out to share the Besorah while Blowing the Ram’s Horn to all that thirst.

IMG_1846With two weeks to plan, the F.O.Y. ministry got out our tackle boxes! We burned and printed hundreds of DVD’s. Even though this was a small flea market we had a great time. We met a family there doing vendor work. After spending some time with them they invited us to stay on their property for free while we set up at the National Cherry Festival! What a wonderful blessing this will be for us.

Here is the wonderful huge 8 ½ feet by 3 feet Tour Banner! We’ve wanted to get one for a very long time but didn’t have the funds. Actually the waiting to purchase this turned out to be a great benefit for us. Most banner’s this size easily cost anywhere from 100 to 200 bucks but we were able to get this banner for only $42.00 bucks plus shipping charges! What a great eye catcher at a very affordable price.


And we also have wrists bands, pens and bumper stickers (not shown).
Sister Felicia opening the box of pens that just arrived in the mail.
Sister Felicia opening the box of pens that just arrived in the mail.

Need a pen? We got plenty!

These wristbands read, “ – The Answer is in the WORD!”
These wristbands read, “ – The Answer is in the WORD!”


Here we are at the Copemish Mi, Flea Market

Sister Felicia and Sister Linda


Brother Michael and Sister Linda

(left) Daniel, Michael and Sister Linda (far left)
fellowshipping with some fellow flea market vendors who
came to eagerly take some of our movies.

This is so much fun.
Fellowshipping and giving away free stuff!