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New HaYesod: The Festivals study module, just released!
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.
New Festivals Module 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.
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Before you decide to purchase the program, you can complete the first lessons of all the HaYesod study modules: The Foundation, The Sabbath, and The Festivals at no cost. The previews include Workbook Lesson 1 from each module.
Learning and Teaching Opportunities
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.
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What HaYesod Students Say
Comments from students who have completed the HaYesod discipleship course.
We both enjoyed your course which we have now completed. It is well-presented, in the videos and in the manuals. We have long been familiar with the Sabbath, Holy Days of God, clean foods, etc, as that is part of our Church of God background. Besides these fundamental teachings, other questions will arise for individuals regarding New Covenant applications of walking in the covenant way of life. We see these questions arising for the apostles in the book of Acts, etc. With the coming of the New Covenant it became relevant to discern which of the Torah laws are applicable for believers, just as it was always necessary to discern which laws were applicable for whom prior to the New Covenant. We believe it is this discernment we see at work within the pages of the New Testament, rather than some laws being obligatory for Jewish believers solely on the grounds they are Jewish, and not obligatory for Gentile believers solely on the grounds they are not Jewish. We would also avoid placing any Jewish tradition, however meaningful, into the same category as the Torah. So while we differ in some respects from some of your approaches, we thank you again for the opportunity of doing this course, and wish you well in all your future endeavours.
Selwyn and Gillian Vivian
— Selwyn and Gillian Vivian
I just want to say, what a wonderful, good work you and the team have built up. It is full of grace and truth. I have only been able to complete the first 3 studies so far, but it is truly amazing. You have put a great deal of thought and effort into your ministry. Very well done!
— Malcolm Edward