Discovering the Ancient Paths with Pastor Mark Biltz will launch you into a deeper realm of love for the Lord and a desire to study His Word! He teaches the Bible from the Hebraic perspective of the culture, language and idioms in which it is written. The Bible is taught will go from black and white to living color!
Suddenly idioms that have a Western meaning will take on new meaning! The passage stating the “cock crowing three times” had nothing to do with a rooster crowing, but instead refers to the priest calling out for the commencement of the Temple services for the day! Pastor Biltz’s teaching connects the dots of the Old and New Testaments, showing how they are woven together and say the same thing.
Welcome to a truly awesome adventure as you learn the roots of your faith as taught by Pastor Mark Biltz!
Pastor & Author
Pastor Mark Biltz, founder of...
Pastor Mark Biltz, founder of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington State, is a well-known and popular commentator on the Feasts of the Lord and has produced materials that have gone around the world. His research has earned him guest appearances on both radio and television shows, along with several magazine covers. People from over 200 nations visit his website with over 250,000 people watching his services on El Shaddai’s website every month.
Pastor Biltz has spoken at congregations & conferences worldwide. His passion is teaching the body of Messiah how the Feasts of the Lord are Dress Rehearsals for Messiah’s coming. His work on the feasts led to the creation of God’s Day Timer, A believers Guide to Divine Appointments book and dvd.
In 2001, Pastor Biltz started El Shaddai Ministries to educate Christians from every denomination on how anti-Semitism and replacement theology has crippled our understanding of God and the covenants He has made.
Pastor Mark Biltz hosts Discovering the Ancient Paths, available on PTL Television Network.
Speak to the children of Israel, and tell them, ‘The set feasts of the LORD, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are My set feasts.
Open my eyes, that I may see wondrous things out of your Torah.