Shalom to all…


      (1) To inspire thinking from a Hebraic perspective,
and to ignite spiritual growth, in His Word and by His Spirit.
(Zechariah 4:6)

    (2) To fully stand with, and have God’s heart for, His Land and people, Israel, together with the full redemption of the nations.


 “The Lord is zealous for His Land”…and so are we!
Joel 2:18



pause and refect     Why HIS-Israel?


H-I-S       Hebraic, Interactive, Scripture-based 



In our generation God is continuing His great process of Restoration. Primarily the physical  restoration of His people to His Land. Waves of Aliyah of the Jewish people to Israel are continuing from the four corners of the world.  

A vital component of the worldwide restoration is found among Christians who are seeking the vitality of the roots of their faith. They are realizing that this requires a challenging paradigm shift in thinking. One that is acquired through the understanding and appreciation of the HEBRAIC mindset. In other words, a worldview seen through a Judaic lens. They are discovering that this was  the view of Yeshua/Jesus and his talmidim/disciples and is one that has been preserved in the annals of subsequent Jewish thinking.

Changes of perspective are demanding and it is not a simple thing to first recognize and then to let go of ingrained cultural and religious beliefs and biases. But many brave souls are taking the plunge! They delight to find a new window of understanding opening in their study of Torah and all the Hebrew Scriptures.




The Hebraic perspective and understanding of Scripture is directly influenced by the vitally restored Hebrew language. We offer glimpses and highlights; also a series for Beginners. Hebrew Bytes – Yvrit Le’at Le’at (Hebrew Slowly Slowly!) is based on the names of the weekly Torah portion.  We encourage you to enjoy the language and to study further, to whatever degree possible.





With all you are learning, you now need to do something! Such as…

  1. Become an ambassador for God’s Redemptive work in Israel for “a time such as this!”  Find out clear, on-the-ground facts and information and find creative ways to share with others.  We hope we can provide you with meaningful and friendly means to do just that.
  2.  Come! [Once the skies are open again!] The best interaction you can have with the Land of Israel is to visit and experience it if at all possible. Bring your gifts, the main of which is yourself, and receive the gifts Israel has to offer. 
  3. Get in Sync with the Biblical Calendar!!  In the light of the eschatalogical time in which we are living , it is spiritually and physically important, as well as edifying, to get in sync with our Father’s timeframe of the Hebrew calendar and actively to participate in the rhythm and flow of the Biblical Festival Cycle. Again…learn, do, share! 

See Hebrew Months,  Annual Festivals and DIY Feasts for descriptions of the  Feasts and for practical, and fun-for-children, ways to celebrate and to incorporate them in a relevant and meaningful way with your family.




His Word is the Rock upon which we stand; one which will endure forever though all else fades (Isaiah 40:8; 1 Peter 1:20).  The accurate and meaningful interpretation of the Bible, both the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic writings, from the Hebraic perspective is vital to our understanding of His precious Word. 




We trust this will be a safe meeting place. We therefore ask for respect and for a willingness to hear and question and learn. Please feel free to make respectful comments and enter into honest conversation on the website. We all are on the “Continuing Quest” and it helps to share along the way.

We hope you will join us and enjoy the journey forward together!

Le’maan Shemo b’Ahavah.     For the sake of His Name in Love.



KEREN HANNAH GOLAN   (Jerusalem, Israel)








20 thoughts on “Shalom to all…

  1. I was so blessed to see Keren on TV this morning (In the Last Days), and I would so love to learn the Hebrew words and meanings that I saw. Was thrilled with the Hebrew meaning of Amen, Glory!!! How do I join your study/group/teaching whatever?? Your help would be much appreciated. The Lord bless you, June Clapp.

  2. Hello dear June! I’m happy you enjoyed the programme and that you are inspired to make a start with Hebrew. Please access our free ‘Hebrew Bytes’ course here on the His-Israel website.The main thing is to relax and enjoy it as you begin to learn the letters and words. Each one a treasure. The Lord will bless as you learn His language! 🙂
    Love and blessings from Jerusalem, Keren

  3. I am loving, Taste of Torah and just received an email that it can be purchased from First Fruits of Zion. I think that is wonderful.

  4. I have subscribed to the YouTube teaching videos and currently am using A Taste of Torah for my deovtinal. I want to thank the author for writing this as it has expanded my heart for understanding the Torah and deepened my love & relationship with God. As a Gentile I want others to know about the richness of the Torah so I have been sharing the videos on my blog site and writing reviews of books I read. I also want to say that on page 165 we are encouraged to rad 1 Cor. 21:12-20 and there is no Scripture in 1 or 2 Corinthians that has 21 chapters. Was there meant to be a different reading? I thank you again Keren for sharing with us the wisdom God has bestowed on you! Shalom!

    • Thank you so much for your encouragement, Lisa. I am blessed that you are sharing the richness of Torah with others. A true student of His Word – learns, does and shares. 🙂
      Apologies for the misprint on page 165…it is meant to be 1 Cor. 12:12 – 20
      Shalom and blessings to you from Jerusalem!

  5. Thank you for the wonderful information you share each month, Cindy and Keren! We print it and study it for Shabbat. The resources are so helpful! As an educator myself, this impresses me; keep up the good work!

  6. I have been prayiing and longing to find insightful Torah teaching and discipleship from women. I am no where near a Torah observant community and at times feel lonely. Torah is meant to be walked out within a community of like minded people and I am so very thankful to the L-rd that He has brought me to your site. Thank you for allowing G-d to use you to feed my soul and give such encouragement through truth and conviction.

    In our Messiah ,

  7. Please let us know where we can buy copies of Taste of Torah and Dash of Drash, CFI – UK no longer stock them, on line stores have increased the price of your book to around £80… please help

  8. Hello! I am so happy to have found this site. We did home group study of Dwight’s material (which was great) and that lead me to Keren. :)! I am going to start A Taste of Torah study with a few Women and am wondering what the difference is between the older and newer version fo the book. I have the older version…how different is the newer version if I am to get books for the other girls? Thanks!

  9. I am excited to have found you to learn more about Israel and God’s Word from a Hebraic perspective! God put a supernatural love for Israel in my heart and I look forward to learning more. When I hit “sign up” from the facebook page, it brought me to this site. Is there anywhere else I need to sign up at to ensure I don’t miss anything? Thank you and blessings!

    • Shalom Karen… apologies, I only got to see your comment now. Please be sure to sign up for the Monthly Newsletter in the right hand column, and pop your email address into the ‘Subscribe to His-Israel Website’ box!
      So happy to have you join our His-Israel community!

  10. Thank you so much Keren for all the information you share with us. It is inspirational and I just keep learning and learning. Keep up the good work. Keren, where can I get a copy of A Taste of Torah in South Africa? Thanks. Shalom.

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