Note that schedule times are in Eastern European Summer Time (EEST)
Friday, June 11.2021
17:00-18:00 Welcome to the seminar and receiving the shabbat
19:30 introduction to the theme of the seminar, Yehuda Bachana
Saturday, June 12.2021
9:00-11:00 Teachin by Joseph Shulam
14:00-16:00 Teaching by Joseph Shulam
18:00-20:00 Teaching by Yehuda Bachana
Sunday, June 13.2021
9:00-11:00 Teaching by Daniel Stern
14:00-16:00 Teaching by Matheus Zandona
18:00-20:00 Q&A, panel discussion
Joseph Shulam was born in Sofia, Bulgaria on March 24, 1946 to a Sephardic Jewish Family. In 1948 his family immigrated to Israel just before the establishment of the State. While in high school he was introduced to the New Testament and immediately identified with the person of Yeshua. In 1981 Joseph and the small fellowship that was started in his house established one of the first official non-profit organizations of Jewish Disciples of Yeshua in Israel – Netivyah Bible Instruction Ministry. Joseph has lectured extensively and has assisted in encouraging disciples around the world and is the Founder & Director of Netivyah.
Yehuda was born in Jerusalem in 1979, into a believing family and was born into the community of Netivyah. He began working in Netivyah as a youth counselor and overseer for the soup kitchen / food distribution project. He currently serves as deputy director of Netivyah and one of the elders of the “Ro’eh Israel” congregation
Daniel was born in Israel in 1981 to parents who were founders in the Messianic movement. He studied political science and sociology at the Hebrew University and is currently working as an Office Manager for Netivyah.
Matheus is a Brazilian descendant of Italian and Portuguese Jews. He has a degree in social communication and has studied theology with specialization in Jewish studies, hebrew, and Jewish culture. Matheus is the chairman of the Sião Brasil Bible instruction ministry, and he is one of the leaders of the Har Tzion synagogue in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, where he has been teaching since 2001.