Katia Motzeva spent seventeen years in the U.S. where she received a B.A. in Biblical Languages from Walla Walla University, and two M.A. degrees from Oral Roberts University—one in Advanced Biblical Languages and one in Judaic-Christian Studies. She has taught Hebrew formally and informally since 2015. Katia has also taught a course and a seminar on Jesus in the context of Second Temple and early Rabbinic Jewish history, culture, and religion. In the beginning of 2023, she moved back to her home country of Bulgaria where she has been teaching Hebrew, working on Christian homeschooling curricula for The Isaiah Projects ministry, and translating Jerusalem Perspective articles in Bulgarian.