Contact us about our itinerant ministry services. Lee can fill in as a guest speaker, give a lecture or testimonial. We welcome question and answer sessions, interviews, or dialogue on subjects pertinent to matters of faith in our modern world.
I am forever a student and am always learning. Although I am also a teacher I hold no official title, nor do I wish to hold a title or position of authority in the institution of religion. I did my time in religion as a minister and I have learned that the body of Messiah is not a religious building or institution but an assembly of called-out believers from all tribes, tongues, people’s, nations, and denominations.
I do my best to live by every word of God with a straightforward view of the scriptures, a view through the cultural lens of the original writers the best I am able to discern through extensive study and research.
We are located in Central Illinois. If you are far away feel free to reach out regardless of the distance.
Please get in touch with me with the form at the bottom of this page or e-mail Lee@bibletalkwithleeanthony
Brandon (Lee Anthony)
Being in the full-time ministry is often understood to mean preaching at church or working as a traveling missionary. For us it is the life we live.
(Deut. 6:4-9) “Sh'ma, Yisra'el! Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai Echad [Hear, Isra'el! יהוה our God, יהוה is one] and you are to love יהוה your God with all your heart, all your being, and all your resources. These words, which I am ordering you today, are to be on your heart; and you are to teach them carefully to your children. You are to talk about them when you sit at home, when you are traveling on the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them on your hand as a sign, put them at the front of a headband around your forehead, and write them on the door-frames of your house and on your gates.”
(1 Cor. 8:6) “yet for us there is one God, the Father, from whom all things come and for whom we exist; and one Lord, Yeshua the Messiah, through whom were created all things and through whom we have our being.”
(John 14:23-24) “Yeshua answered him, "If someone loves me, he will keep my word; and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him. Someone who doesn't love me doesn't keep my words—and the word you are hearing is not my own but that of the Father who sent me.”
(Psalm 119:41-48) ו (Vav) “May your grace come to me, יהוה, your yeshu’ah (salvation) as you promised; then I will have an answer for those who taunt me; for I trust in your word. Don't take away completely my power to speak the truth; for I put my hope in your rulings; and I will keep your Torah always, forever and ever. I will go wherever I like, for I have sought your precepts. I will speak of your instructions even to kings without being ashamed. I will delight myself in your mitzvot, which I have loved. I will lift my hands to your mitzvot, which I love; and I will meditate on your laws.”
If your church or small bible study group is looking to hear a testimonial, would like to have a guest speaker, desire to learn more about the roots of your faith, or would welcome a lecture free from the church traditions of the day, please contact us and ask about our itinerant ministry and if we can be blessed by meeting together with you, even if it is in a future time then we would certainly look forward to serving.
We do not hold to a specific statement of faith or denominational canon of beliefs, our understanding is based on the word of God and not on traditions or doctrines of men. That being said, our values are very similar if not the same as yours, as we strive to live by every word of God.
To challenge tradition where the word of God may conflict is to allow God to speak rather than men. It is our belief that God is calling his people to be set apart from the world and to be holy and clean and to come out of the institutional system we will call "churchianity" and to return to the solid foundation of the faith and to the word of God in its original context, language, and culture. This is so we might better understand the thinking and faith of the writers in order to better understand the original intent of the Word.
Come and let us reason together