• Gospel in the Tabernacle

    by Sidney Speakman 0 Lessons in

    This course examines the Construction of the Tabernacle (Mishkan) in the Wilderness and the Spiritual Life and walk revealed in its construction though materials, numbers, colors, garments and furnishings.

  • Salvation and the Body of Messiah

    by Ray Gannon 0 Lessons in

    Explore the nature of the New Covenant with Israel and the nations, in light of apostolic teaching and the ministry and gifts of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit).

  • Jewish Evangelism and Apologetics

    by Rabbi Jeff Forman 0 Lessons in

    Yeshua’s directive to “go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” is essentially the call to be a shepherd. In this Yeshiva course, we will seek to study and emulate the Good Shepherd, Yeshua. The heart and essence of being a shepherd like Yeshua is sacrifice. Sacrifice is the heart of the Gospel. […]

  • Historical Israel (Jewish History 2)

    by Peter Fast 0 Lessons in

    This course will focus on the history of Israel and the Jewish people from the First Jewish Revolt (66-73 C.E.) to present day. It is an exploration of ancient to modern which will encapsulate how God has worked through His covenant people, Israel, and the historical events which impacted the Jewish people throughout the centuries.

  • Biblical Feasts

    by Cal Goldberg 0 Lessons in

    This course examines the Biblical feasts and describes and how they point to our salvation and what we must do to appropriate God’s plan of redemption.

  • Torah in the Psalms

    by Michael Terrett 0 Lessons in

    Course Outline: Emotional integrity is something which we struggle with as we encounter the roller coasters of life.  As believers, we want to respond with faithful obedience to whatever the Lord allows to happen to us and to make sure that the house of our faith remains weather proof and firmly planted on the rock […]

  • Messianic Understanding of the Book of Hebrews

    by Marvin Kramer 0 Lessons in

    Course Outline: In this course you will take an in depth look at the majesty, ministry and the ministers of the Messiah from a Messianic Jewish perspective. We will look at how the author of Hebrews skillfully weaves the many truths of the Tanakh (Old Testament) bringing them together in order to paint a cohesive […]

  • Matthew Commentary

    by Barney Kasdan 0 Lessons in

    Course Outline: If you’ve ever wanted to get to know Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah, the Good News of Matthew is the best place to start. Yet, few commentators are able to truly present Yeshua in His Jewish context. Most don’t understand His background, His family, even His religion, and consequently really don’t understand who He really is. That may sound strange, […]