Keys to I.S.R.A.E.L.

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the Keys to I.S.R.A.E.L. This six-part study introduces the fundamental principles underlying God’s covenantal relationship with His chosen people, the Jews, and His Holy Land, based on the acrostic I.S.R.A.E.L.. Over the course of the next six weeks, you will study the keys to the Holy Land. As we unlock each of these keys, it is our hope and prayer that Christians will understand why they should care about and support Israel and her people.

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Building Bridges of Blessings

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on Building Bridges of Blessing. In the six lessons that follow, we will explore the importance of the cooperation and friendship between Jews and Christians in building the Kingdom of God on earth. Specifically, we will describe ways in which the work of The Fellowship creates bridges of blessing between Christians and the people of Israel.

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A Women of Valor: The Biblical Model of Female Greatness

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on A Woman of Valor. In the six lessons that follow, we will study and explore the righteous attributes of great biblical women through the lens of Proverbs 31.

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Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the subject of Tikkun Olam, which in Hebrew means “repairing the world.” This idea, so central to Jewish tradition and faith, refers to humanity’s biblical responsibility to repair our broken world, to address injustices in society, and to develop the potential of God’s Creation in order to make the world a better place. As we will see through the six lessons of this course, Tikkun Olam strives for the realization of God’s Kingdom on this earth, using faith and biblical principles to bring the entire world to a loftier, more perfect state.

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Shabbat: The Key to Our Relationship with God

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on Shabbat. In Judaism, observing the Sabbath is considered “equal to all the other commandments combined.” It is what has preserved the Jewish people and the Jewish faith for centuries, despite exiles, persecution, pogroms, and even the Holocaust. Discover what makes this observance so important to both Christians and Jews and what lessons it has for us about our relationship to God, to our families, to society, and to ourselves in this six-part study.

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The Exodus Story

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the Exodus Story. Discover the enduring lessons that this seminal event in Jewish history – the Exodus of God’s children for slavery in Egypt – has for Christians today. In these six lessons, we will trace the beginning of the story back to God’s promise to Abraham centuries before the exile in Egypt, all the way through the parting of the sea and Egypt’s defeat. We will learn how the Exodus Story reveals to us and the world who God is and how He governs the world, and what impact that has on our daily walk with Him.

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How to Study the Psalms

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on How to Study the Psalms. Join us in this unique six-part study that offers a general overview of the Psalms as well as provides you with the necessary tools to deepen your own personal study of these beautiful expressions of our relationship to God.

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Prayer: The Work of the Heart

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on Prayer: The Work of the Heart. In the six lessons that follow we will explore the theological, biblical, and practical dimensions of this all-important topic. It goes without saying that prayer is a central element of any life of faith. Without prayer, our relationship with God lacks expression.

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The High Holy Days: A Journey of Restoration and Atonement

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on the High Holy Days, which consist of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Discover the many lessons this annual journey of restoration and atonement has for Christians today.

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Hanukkah: Overcoming Darkness, Then and Now

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on Hanukkah. In this six-part study on the Jewish celebration, Hanukkah, we will explore the background, meaning, and practical lessons that this ancient holiday, which Jesus himself celebrated, teaches us. As we will see, Hanukkah is not just about history. Hanukkah is a journey to the heart of our own mission as we bring the light of the Lord to the world around us.

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On the Frontlines of Faith

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on The Frontlines of Faith. These six lessons will explore in-depth the unique historical and spiritual bond between African Americans and the Jewish community during the fight for justice and equality.

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Sarah & Rebekah: Matriarchs of Valor and Kindness

Welcome to The Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on Sarah and Rebekah, the Matriarchs of Kindness and Valor. Sarah and Rebekah are two of the four women, including Rachel and Leah, who are considered the spiritual mothers of the nation of Israel. This distinction is critical in understanding their role, as well as how they affect the Jewish people today. Discover how Sarah and Rebekah played a central role in Jewish history and how their uniquely feminine and matriarchal spiritual qualities continued to be modeled by all women of faith…

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Keys to I.S.R.A.E.L.

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the Keys to I.S.R.A.E.L. This six-part study introduces the fundamental principles underlying God’s covenantal relationship with His chosen people, the Jews, and His Holy Land, based on the acrostic I.S.R.A.E.L.. Over the course of the next six weeks, you will study the keys to the Holy Land. As we unlock each of these keys, it is our hope and prayer that Christians will understand why they should care about and support Israel and her people.

SIGN UP FOR THIS COURSE

The Exodus Story

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on The Exodus Story. Discover the enduring lessons that this seminal event in Jewish history – the Exodus of God’s children for slavery in Egypt – has for Christians today. In these six lessons, we will trace the beginning of the story back to God’s promise to Abraham centuries before the exile in Egypt, all the way through the parting of the sea and Egypt’s defeat. We will learn how the Exodus Story reveals to us and the world who God is and how He governs the world, and what impact that has on our daily walk with Him.

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The Sabbath

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the Sabbath. In Judaism, observing the Sabbath is considered “equal to all the other commandments combined.” It is what has preserved the Jewish people and the Jewish faith for centuries, despite exiles, persecution, pogroms, and even the Holocaust. Discover what makes this observance so important to both Christians and Jews and what lessons it has for us about our relationship to God, to our families, to society, and to ourselves in this six-part study.

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Hanukkah

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on Hanukkah. In this six-part study on the Jewish celebration, Hanukkah, we will explore the background, meaning, and practical lessons that this ancient holiday, which Jesus himself celebrated, teaches us. As we will see, Hanukkah is not just about history. Hanukkah is a journey to the heart of our own mission as we bring the light of the Lord to the world around us.

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Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars’ continuing education course on the subject of Tikkun Olam, which in Hebrew means “repairing the world.” This idea, so central to Jewish tradition and faith, refers to humanity’s biblical responsibility to repair our broken world, to address injustices in society, and to develop the potential of God’s Creation in order to make the world a better place. As we will see through the six lessons of this course, Tikkun Olam strives for the realization of God’s Kingdom on this earth, using faith and biblical principles to bring the entire world to a loftier, more perfect state.

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Building Bridges of Blessings

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on Building Bridges of Blessing. In the six lessons that follow, we will explore the importance of the cooperation and friendship between Jews and Christians in building the Kingdom of God on earth. Specifically, we will describe ways in which the work of The Fellowship creates bridges of blessing between Christians and the people of Israel.

SIGN UP FOR THIS COURSE

The High Holy Days: A Journey of Restoration and Atonement

Welcome to the Fellowship Scholars‘ continuing education course on the High Holy Days, which consist of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Discover the many lessons this annual journey of restoration and atonement has for Christians today.

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