Torah Club is excited to announce that our study for the next Torah cycle will be Jesus, My Rabbi. This new study will be an exploration of the Gospels from a Jewish perspective.

The content of Jesus, My Rabbi will be based on material from Chronicles of the Messiah.

Over the next few weeks, we will be providing “sneak peek” articles about Jesus, My Rabbi in the form of discussions with some of the Torah Club team. This week, Boaz Michael is our guest, and he is going to share with us about the mission and vision of this new study.

Torah Club Staff: We are in the second year of the new Torah Club. Currently, there are more than 600 Torah Clubs worldwide. Did you expect to have that many Torah Clubs this soon?

Boaz: I am always disappointed that my expectations are never met. To me, the ideas that we represent (the authority of the Bible, the contextual reading of the Bible, reconnecting Jesus faith back to the Jewish foundations) seems like a simple topic that everyone should get. I am happy that we have 500 clubs, but honestly, I’m surprised that we don’t have more because every Christian should be excited about this stuff.

Torah Club Staff: What is the need that Torah Club is meeting?

Boaz: When my colleagues and I re-envisioned Torah Club several years ago, we sensed that many Christians are bored in their faith. There is widespread discontentment that a salvation message is preached every Sunday from many church pulpits. While this message is true, disciples who are saved, and have been so for a long time, feel a lack of in-depth learning and spiritual growth. Torah Club assumes that every disciple wants to learn and grow. Also, many who have been awakened to the Jewish foundations feel alone and isolated. Torah Club was created to connect those people and to solve the isolation problem.