Learn about HaYesod
HaYesod has been used successfully for many years by individuals and congregational leaders to learn and teach about the Jewishness of Jesus and the Jewish foundation of Christianity.
HaYesod: The Sabbath in Two Minutes
Teachings, presented on video with dedicated and inspirational teachers, guide students through comprehensive workbooks, providing a deep and meaningful hands-on learning experience for students.
Learning and Teaching Opportunities
With HaYesod you will uncover Christianity's Jewish foundation. Discover the Jewish Yeshua. Reconcile Christian faith with its Jewish roots. Discover your inheritance in the Land, the People, and the Scriptures of Israel. Learn about the Sabbath and the Jewish Festivals. Use the HaYesod program to reach out and effectively share your faith from a Messianic Jewish perspective in your community by starting HaYesod Bible study groups.
What HaYesod Students Say
Comments from students who have completed the HaYesod discipleship course.
I finished the Hayesod course and loved it! Then turned around before I finished the course actually and signed up for The Sabbath course which I am now working on. Plus I have purchased and begun reading some of the books they show people during the course and highly recommend doing so. I can never get enough. I feel like my heart has been reignited and my understanding deepened so very much! I stand with this ministry and with the nation of Israel, I look forward to continue learning from them for years to come! Thank you for everything!
I appreciated your program. I loved the videos of Israel's special locations and their historical/Biblical significance. While I did not really learn anything new, this did confirm that I have learned things correctly. As a student of Koinonia Institute (KI), I am very pro-Israel and recognize that the LORD has not finished with Israel at all. I'm also doing a Master's in Biblical Studies through a program that accepts all the work I have done with KI. I love God's Feasts and have pretty much disbanded the secularized so-called 'Christian holidays.' Several years ago, I purchased a book by Edith Schaeffer entitled 'Christianity is Jewish' which was helpful. Thank you!