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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.

Study Modules and Lesson Info

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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.

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 have to say that this is one of the best Bible Studies I have ever done. I have been a Christian for more than 35 years and have gone to seminary and always studied the Word - I am really impressed and really learning a lot. Its my first exposure to Messianic Judaism so I was expecting to learn but not to that degree. There are things in this teachings that "fill" the "holes" on my understanding of the Bible. It makes sense for me now! The teachers are really blessed and anointed! May His Name continue to be glorified in this program!

— KASSIA PEREIRA

This program is very good. The only thing I wish is that FFOZ acknowledged that the [Church] was separated by Constantine and not by the believing gentiles. The Bible says we are grafted in and that makes us one with
Israel. We all should keep His commandments after conversion. Paul said in Yeshua there is neither slave,nor free, male or female, Greek or Jew but we are all one in Christ. That means the Torah is for us all . If it was enforce and applicable to the gentile believers in the Apostles day it also is for us today. We should not encourage disobedience. Otherwise what FFOZ believes will be no better than the churches we now attend who encourage disobedience to Torah.

— Wilma

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