HEBREW QUEST. The forty foundational lessons. Learn the alphabet and basic grammar, then read from the Old and New Testaments in Hebrew. Lessons include reading Hebrew stories, parables, proverbs, poetry, expressions of love, and the names of God.
Along the way you'll learn about the Hebrew culture of Jesus and the early church, how to communicate the gospel to Jewish people, and the history of the Hebrew language - including the miraculous story of how it became a modern language!
HEBREW CHAPTERS. Read through a chapter of the Bible in Hebrew, word by word. Identify roots words, build your vocabulary, feel the grammatical patterns, and get deep word studies. New episodes reading through chapters from the Old and New Testaments, every week!
HEBREW SKETCHES. Izzy tells you the big idea and concrete meaning behind Hebrew words. With the help of stick drawings on a napkin! Punchy, visual, and oriented around questions and practical applications, these short talks will get you explaining Hebrew words on a napkin, too.
You can follow in his footsteps and experience that language. You do not have to pay thousands of dollars for it. And it doesn't have to be a boring, spiritually dry experience, either! You deserve Hebrew learning experiences that are affordable and Yeshua-centered.
Hebrew is the language of the Bible that Yeshua of Nazareth read.
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HOLY LANGUAGE LIVE. Join Rabbi Derek Leman every Thursday night for a live class studying through the book of Ruth with a focus on advanced grammar, practical applications, and traditional Jewish commentary. Live classes in modern Hebrew and Hebrew prayer coming soon!
July 27, 2014 Chris' story "I work closely with many secular Israeli Jews, whom I love dearly. I am trying to witness to them when I can - all of them are secular. Whenever the topic of religion comes up, there is usually a comment that the English translation is far from the original and that it was a pity I could only read English..."