A little background

The most common question asked is, “What is the meaning behind Coffee, Passport, and Israel?”

To be honest, there is no biblical answer. There is no theological baseline. In all fairness, I enjoy Coffee, you need a Passport to travel and Israel holds a special place in my life, heart and with Yeshua.

Throughout the bible when a victory was won or God did something miraculous, the Israelites built a memorial. They built a memorial to remember what Yahweh did and for all future generations to be taught and be reminded.

Our body is a memorial. In Genesis we were created in the image of God. In the book of Joshua, he commanded a chosen man from each tribe to take a stone from the bed of the Jordan and create a memorial at Gilgal. This was to be a reminder to all future generations to teach them that God had dried up the waters of the Jordan, as in the Red Sea, and delivered them from their enemies.

While visiting Israel, God’s love became so profound and so real, it forever changed my heart. Yahweh took me to Israel to do heart surgery and restore my identity in him.

Israel is my memorial!

So, with a heart for Israel I created Coffee, Passport and Israel. This platform enables me to combine my love for Israel and encourage women by sharing the love of God and helping them find their identity in Christ.

Too many women are broken, crushed and defeated because they don’t know the true, unconditional love of our heavenly father nor their identity. The enemy has blinded them from the truth and manipulated them into believing lies. It is time to remove the blinders.

For me to remain silent is an insult to what God has done for me. What He did for me, He will do for you. He crawled with me through the trenches. He walked with me through the fire. He moved with me at every punch thrown.

He took on the same scars to show His love. The way He loves me, Poppa God loves you too! God will set you free!

Be blessed and keep pressing on….. JenJenMarie

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