About The Torah Network - TTN

Hi, my name is Rhy. In 2016, my eyes were opened to the Torah and what I have come to believe to be the true meaning of the Bible. Having been raised as a pastor’s son and as a modern day Christian, it came as a revelation to me that keeping of Torah was always required. It was freeing and scary at the same time to think that a large part of what I was taught for 40 years had to be unlearned.

The desire to create a social network for the community has been in my heart since 2017, but worries of this life held it down. BUT no longer!

The Torah Network (TTN) has been created to bring Torah keeping followers of Yeshua who are eager to meet other believers together.

TTN is not a ministry or associated with any specific ministry; TTN is a platform for people to meet. A place where we can support our fellow brothers and sisters, share ideas and arrange social events, find like-minded people and help our children to meet other Torah following children.

My desire is for TTN to become a central knowledge repository where we can study Scripture together to get a combined view of subjects; whether there are many possible outcomes or a single one. (Think of the benefits in having a central place where we can go to find the videos or writings of many authors on a subject so that we can learn and evaluate all the different viewpoints.)

Yes, we may not always agree on a subject, but we can agree to respect each other’s views and learn from one another. Something we know will happen until such time that one person won’t have to teach another.

Heb 8:11 – And they shall not teach every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, “Know YHWH”: for all shall know me, from the least to the greatest.

Our Vision

  • Give every Torah keeping follower of Yeshua a platform to easily, securely and without fear connect with our fellow brothers and sisters.
  • Maintain a platform where everyone can teach, learn and share with one another.
  • Ensure that teaching materials and conversations are secure and not in danger of being deleted without Scriptural cause.