Head of School's Welcome,
Congratulations on taking the first steps in learning how to have a spirit enriched relationship with the Creator of the Universe!
Nothing happens by happenstance, so if you are on this page, it is because Abba has lead you here for a purpose, even if just to plant the seed that will later be watered and nourished by His Word.
When I first started taking some of these same courses presented here, many years ago – I wept and felt the Ruach come over me saying – ‘make disciples’, hence I formed this Yeshiva.
I feel so strongly about these courses and they will change your life as you, Abba and Yeshua walk hand in hand through life together. You will never doubt or loose faith as to where They are leading you.
Jeffrey K Clarke
Now on the last day of the feast, Hoshana Rabbah, Yeshua stood and cried out, “If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink! He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, from within him will flow rivers of living water.”
Get ready to be filled with the river of life and be taken places you’ve never dreamed about!
Our mission is two-fold:
1. To follow Yeshua’s command in Matthew 28:19-20:
“Therefore go and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things, whatever I commanded you. And, behold, I am with you all the days until the end of the world. Amen.”
2. To prepare our disciples to worship G-d in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:23-24):
“But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers shall worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father seeks such to worship Him. God is a spirit, and they who worship Him must worship in spirit and in truth.”
The Hebrew language uses one root (lamad) for the two words “to teach” and “to learn.” In the Hebrew culture, the teacher has not taught unless the student has learned.
All learning and teaching is ultimately to be found in the fear of the Lord. The goal of teaching is not the impartation of facts but the changing of lives. For the Hebrew, knowledge (yada) involves personal encounter and response to God’s revelation.
In the lamad method of learning, we are returning to the Hebraic concept of education, including this personal encounter and revelation.
The classroom becomes a place of impassioned discussion and the sharing of real life experience. It is a place where we meet God and share in the life experiences of others. It is a place where we practice truth. The classroom is not separated from life but is actually part of our lives.
Lamad Lifelong Learning
Learning is to be lifelong. It is impossible to cram education into the early years of our lives. Learning, transformation, assimilation, and creativity are lifelong matters, with extended periods of time being given to first one topic and then another, until one’s giftedness has been multiplied many fold (Matt. 25:20).