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Joseph Shulam

Joseph Shulam was born in Bulgaria in 1946 to a Sephardic Jewish Family. In 1948 his family immigrated to Israel. 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. He and his wife Marcia have two children and two grandchildren.

Joseph Shulam

In our desire to provide you with the teaching of Messiah Yeshua in a Jewish context, we provide in-depth teachings of the weekly Torah portions throughout the year. Below are various perspectives from various teachers and staff members from Netivyah Bible Instruction ministry. Joseph Shulam: A Shadow of What Is to Come [2020] This next Shabbat… Read More

We need to understand some reliable definitions of a strong biblical family, and the best place to find those definitions is the Bible itself. For more than a decade, I have been teaching that the most significant victim of the 20th Century were not the 37 million casualties of World War I nor the 70-85… Read More

The following is taken from a message I recently wrote to a friend in the USA: I have some urgent prayers for America. The incident of the two policemen pushing this old man is sad and totally unnecessary. The police are tired and overworked and have lost their patience and their trust in the system.… Read More

 This is a rabbi’s teaching from the tractate Bava Batra, concerning the Messiah in the Talmud. Watch the video, or read the transcription below: Shalom, my name is Joseph Shulam and I want to share with you something very, very interesting that happened about a year ago, one Sunday evening after all the workers… Read More

Shanah Tovah, to all of our brothers and sisters around the world! We are about to enter the season of the high holidays, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot – one after the other. Rosh Hashanah, the Feast of Trumpets Rosh Hashanah falls on the first day of the seventh month of Tishrei. The biblical… Read More

Israel is keeping a day of remembrance twice in the next few days. The first day of remembrance is for the Holocaust of the Jews in Europe during World War II. In Europe these days, there is a strong tug to stop remembering those days of World War II, and especially the plight of the… Read More

A dear friend of mine declared that, since Yeshua had accomplished eternal atonement, there was no need to fast and pray on Yom Kippur in order to obtain atonement. To tell you the truth, I was rather flabbergasted at his statement. First of all, nobody in our congregation thinks by fasting and praying on Yom… Read More

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