Asking the Hard Questions: A Review of Repairing the Breach, by Peter G. Rambo, Sr.

Brother and fellow sojourner, Al McCarn, has written a review of my recent book release titled Repairing the Breach.  Currently, it is available on Kindle, but should have paperback copies in a few days.  Stay tuned.  Until then, here is Al’s review to whet your appetite and tell you a little about what to expect and how this book might be used.

Thank you Al for your detailed and generous review!

Update: Repairing the Breach is now available at

Asking the Hard Questions: A Review of Repairing the Breach, by Peter G. Rambo, Sr.

Growing numbers of dedicated Christians are taking a critical look at what they believe.  The turbulent conditions around the world likely has something to do with this.  Christians, like everyone else, need assurance and hope.  If they cannot find it in their faith, then they are cast adrift in a sea of despair.

repairing_the_breach_cover_for_kindleBut what happens when these disciples of Jesus Christ discover that what the Bible says is not exactly what they thought was right?  They experience a crisis of faith.  Surprisingly this crisis is not driving Christians away from their Savior, but it is dramatically reorienting their faith walk.  They still embrace Jesus as their Savior, but call Him by His Hebrew name and title:  Yeshua the Messiah.  Moreover, they begin to honor and follow the Torah (Law) of Moses, the same godly standard of conduct which Jesus/Yeshua taught and modeled in His life.

In other words, these Christians are transforming into Hebrews through what has become an accelerating Torah Awakening.

This crisis of faith is the focus of Repairing the Breach, the first book by former pastor Peter G. Rambo, Sr.  Having weathered the crisis himself, Rambo offers helpful observations from his experience.  It is not a journey he undertook on a whim, and in fact he was not looking for any kind of faith-altering investigation.  As he explains, his quest for understanding of End Times prophecies turned into an exploration of the “false traditions of Christianity”.  Continue reading…

About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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5 Responses to Asking the Hard Questions: A Review of Repairing the Breach, by Peter G. Rambo, Sr.

  1. Laurie Race says:

    Looking forward to reading this!

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  2. Mary Ellen says:

    Pete it will be such a joy to one day soon hold your book in my hands…I am so looking forward to reading it & being able to share it with others. I know it will be worth the wait after asking you several times if you were going to write a book…good things do come to those who wait…I am glad my prayers about your writing are coming true. What a gift to the family of Messiah. I will be praying for the hearts of those that will be changed after reading it as they realize they too are being called to join us on our return to the ancient paths. Thanks for your faithfulness & love for Messiah’s sheep!
    Richest blessings,
    Mary Ellen

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  3. jeanettezook says:

    Mr. Rambo, Sir, I have ordered your book, as well as I am reading it on Amazon’s Kindle. It is the most-needed book on the market today. I am a bookworm and have myself written a book on end-time prophecy; however, my husband Mark and I have discussed this many times — that there is such a need for something in writing to explain the Truth and expose the lies in the Christian culture we inherited. Thank you so much. I plan to buy more and distribute them among my children, G-children and closest friends. Blessings and Shalom.

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