What Do We Teach?

What we Teach

Teaching

To teach is to instruct, train, discipline, educate, enlighten, indoctrinate, and to school.

In the Gospels alone, Yeshua is constantly teaching the people. Many scripture verses use the words, Yeshua and teaching, in the same sentence. Some examples of these verses may be found in

  • Matthew 4:23,  7:28,  9:35,  11:1,  26:55
  • Mark 1:21,  2:13,  4:1,  6:34, 10:1
  • Luke 5:17  6:6,  13:10,  13:22,  20:1,  21:37
  • John 7:14-16,  18:19-20

At Beth Yeshua, you will find sound and reliable teachings on the Bible from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Each Shabbat Rabbi Greg Hershberg brings deep passion alongside a wealth of biblically sound teaching to help equip believers for the work of service, to the building up of the Body of Messiah (Ephesians 4:12). We explore the Word of God from a Hebraic perspective, explain current events relative to Israel through the lens of Scripture, and inspire and equip believers to share the Gospel with Jewish people effectively.

Live Streaming of our Service from Beth Yeshua International – Macon GA begins each Saturday at 10:10 AM, 10:00 AM for Feast services during the day, and 7:00 PM for Feast services at night. Times are EDT (GMT -5)

Free online Resources

Getzel.org

The teaching ministry of Rabbi Greg Hershberg

Getzel.org (https://getzel.org/grow.html), the teaching site for Rabbi Greg links you to the Getzel YouTube channel where there is a wealth of teachings organized by categories.

Teaching straight from the heart and offering his own unique style of no-nonsense, unsugar coated truth that is straight from the Word of God, Rabbi Greg has acquired a loyal global following of Messianic Believers who are hungry for sound biblical teaching.

For the Children

Shabbat School

We are a body of parents, teachers, assistants, and congregants who are concerned with the well-being and spiritual development of our children. We feel it is our duty and obligation to teach them about God and His Torah as commanded. (Deuteronomy 4:9-10; Deuteronomy 6:6-25). Here we supplement what parents teach their children at home as well as provide a place where our children can have social interaction with their peers while learning Truth.

Yeshua’s Lambs I

Birth up to 2.5 years – Our babies and toddlers receive loving care from our nursery workers. We have a dedicated lead in order to provide consistency for the little ones.  Congregants volunteer to assist or substitute when needed.

Yeshua’s Lambs II

Ages 2.5 up to 3 years – These toddlers also have a dedicated teacher for consistency, and congregants volunteer to assist or substitute when needed. They are taught age-appropriate lessons consisting of both Torah and the B’rit Hadasha.

Torah Tots

Torah Tots is designed to accommodate the needs of children ages 4 through age 6 years.

This group is taught the Torah and the B’rit Hadasha.

Tanakh Treasure Hunters

Children ages 7 through 9 years attend Tanakh Treasure Hunters.

Classes for this group are specifically geared to their age, and consist of learning Torah, the Hebrew Alef-Bet, and the B’rit Hadasha.

During Feast Day services that occur Sunday – Friday, nursery and class for 2.5 through 3 years-old is provided.

Shabbat School

 Robin Overbey, Administrator

 

Volunteers

Our staff of teachers and assistants consist of parents of Shabbat School children, other congregants who feel called to this ministry, and older youth, ages 11 and up, who serve as assistants.

We require and perform background checks for all Shabbat School volunteers who are 18 and older.

Policies & Procedures

We have an established set of policies and procedures that govern our Shabbat School.

Please contact our Shabbat School administrator, Robin Overbey, to volunteer, or for more information.

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Therefore, go and make people from all nations into talmidim, immersing them into the reality of the Father, the Son and the Ruach HaKodesh, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember! I will be with you always, yes, even until the end of the age.

 ~Matt 28:19-20