The following courses are stored in booklet form.

If you choose to download them you can print them and make your own files for study. Alternatively, you can read them online.

The files are stored in pdf format for viewing online, and are contained in a ZIP file for download, as they are quite large. Therefore, you will need to have the appropriate software to unzip these.

Because of the file size the time it takes to retrieve each course will depend on the speed of your internet - be patient!

The "Under the Fig Tree" course is a complete Bible reading programme. This is downloadable in 48 separate files. The first file is a cover which you can use for your printed record. The second file contains important instructions to follow and should be read prior to starting the course. The remaining 46 files are the weekly studies.



A Centre for Prayer and Study
This is a short course that outlines the vision to establish centres for prayer and study, thereby bringing the Bible College to the local community. The course is suitable for personal or group study.





Knowing God
The primary purpose of Yeshua’s sacrificial life and death on the cross is that we might know God. This was the focus of His High Priestly prayer (John 17:3): Now this is eternal life: that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent.

What does it mean to know God? It means that we have a personal relationship with Him. The aim of the course is to deepen our understanding of God’s purpose for our lives. This course is suitable for family study or in other small groups. It is an encouragement to know God better and to make this a prime purpose of Bible study.





Under the Fig Tree: Through the Bible in One Year
Before going further with your Bible studies we want you to come to a balanced understanding of all it contains. This course is designed to be taken over one year. By reading approximately four chapters each day we will read the entire Bible in one year.

The notes that accompany daily readings steer the student through interweaving and interrelated topics from the Old and New Testaments, so that balance is achieved. A little Hebrew is introduced which demonstrates the insights that can be gained with understanding of this foundational language of the Bible. The student must keep a diary containing brief notes of his daily studies. This course lays a foundation for the rest of the Tishrei courses.

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