We are one week removed from Malchut 2020, and feedback is pouring in from attendees who were transformed by their time in Orlando.
Torah Club Leaders, students, and FFOZ Friends from around the world learned, laughed, connected, and were inspired during this three-day conference. Many have testified that Malchut 2020 was a “taste of the kingdom.” The quote below summarizes what many of the 350 attendees of Malchut 2020 expressed about their experience at this year’s conference.
I left Malchut feeling a strong sense of belonging. This was the first event I’ve ever been to by myself, and I was a little intimidated, but everyone was so friendly and willing to share their experiences. All of the sessions were informative and very thought-provoking.
The word “Malchut” means “kingdom,” and the Malchut Conference is dedicated to inspiring each other to build the kingdom of God. During this conference, the First Fruits of Zion teaching team presented eight lectures that related to having a proper view of the kingdom and how we can practically advance it now. But Malchut is much more than a teaching conference. As communicated in the above quote, the Malchut Conference is a place where like-minded disciples can gather to experience a sense of “belonging.” In addition to the lectures, the Malchut Conference includes time for building friendships, asking questions, and processing the teaching.
Many disciples of Jesus feel isolated and alone because of the value they place on the Torah and the Jewishness of Jesus. The Malchut conference serves as a connecting point so that experiences can be shared and relationships built. Many of the Malchut 2020 attendees are Torah Club Leaders and students. After the conference, one attendee wrote to us and said, “Your efforts are GREATLY appreciated! I am proud to be a Torah Club Leader.” In turn, the FFOZ staff communicated how proud we are to be partnering with so many fantastic Torah Club Leaders!
Malchut 2021 will be held in Dallas, Texas, on February 14-16 at the Embassy Suites DFW Airport North hotel. We will communicate with Torah Club Leaders and FFOZ Friends about the reservation and registration details as soon as they are available. Mark your calendars now as you will not want to miss Malchut 2021!