Ema'ot Council

GAI recognizes the need for seasoned women to help guide younger women throughout the Great Awakening International. Nearly 37% of the Great Awakening International Body are made up of women ages 55-65. The National trend suggests that the awakening is proliferating among women of color born between 1958-1968 (Ages 55-65). Women who have been in the Christian Church for 30+ years are leaving after being awakened to the truth about their identity and the scriptures. This proves that the Hebrew Awakening is not just young black male or street corner camp movement - it’s the move of the Ruach (Holy Spirit) and the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.

The Ema'ot Council was established to meet the growing needs of this demographic. This Council consists of seasoned women 55 & Older (born 1968 or before) who are called and appointed to the E’ma Council. The E’ma Council is specifically for Ema’ot of the Great Awakening who are experienced women in ministry, homelife, and marriage.

The E’ma Council is responsible for the Spiritual Development of Women assisting Modesty Issues, Lifestyle & Homestyle Choices, Childhood Rearing Practices, & Spousal Submission. To Govern Women Disputes & Civil Matters in GAI.

The E’ma Council consists of respected older women who help support and nurture younger women in the Great Awakening. The E’ma Council is responsible for the Spiritual Development of Women in the GAI, and helps address modesty issues, Women Disputes, and Civil Matters. Teach the younger women the ways of the Torah and be a good example to others. (Titus 2:3-8. Members of the E’ma Council are interviewed, vetted, and appointed by the Guardians of Great Awakening International.

“Older women likewise are to be… teaching what is good, so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, being subject to their own husbands so that the word of Yahuah will not be dishonored” (Titus 2:3-5).

What is an E’ma?

Ema (Ama) 1. Hebrew for Mother
Aleph, Mem, Aleph = Leader or Head of Many
Theme is Home & Family
Abba 1. Hebrew for Father. Aleph, Beit, Beit, Aleph = Head of the House, Leader of the House

E’ma Council is Responsible for the Spiritual Development of Women, Modesty Issues, Women Disputes, and Civil Matters

In Hebrew, E’ma or Emma means “mother” or “nurse” and is derived from the Hebrew word “em,” which means mother. This meaning is significant as it reflects the nurturing and caring qualities associated with the role of a mother.

Other Hebrew words for mother include; “Ima,” “Amah,” and “Eema.”
Hebrew is an ancient language with a rich history, and the meaning of the name Emma in this language speaks to the importance of motherhood and caregiving in Hebraic culture.

The name Emma is also often associated with another Hebrew word, “emunah,” which means “faith” or “belief.” Emma, therefore, also represents a sense of trust and confidence.

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