- Volume 4 Issue 9 News From The Source
Makor HaTikvah Is Fighting to Stay Open
As many of you know, the last two months have been a very challenging time for us. On March 5th, we were served with an Order to Close down our school by the State of Israel. This came as a result of our mistakenly not filing ...
- Volume 4 Issue 8 News from the Source
Flash Mob Dance in Jerusalem’s Public Square by MHT Students
We are commanded to begin the Hebrew month of Adar (Feb-March) with joy, according to Esther 9:19, and that’s exactly what our middle-school students did. Taking to the main Jerusalem public square, they performed a flash mob dance of “Joyful, Joyful We Adore ...
- Volume 4 Issue 7 News From The Source
Makor HaTikvah Students Visit the Knesset
Following the recent Israeli elections, our students had an opportunity to visit the Knesset and see how their government works. There they learned that entrance into the Knesset requires a number of stringent security checks. Once in, our students were given a guided tour, taken to the ...
- Volume 4 Issue 6 News From The Source
MHT Students Intercede for the Survival of Baby with Tumor
A number of months ago, one of our teachers told the story of little baby Netaley, who had been diagnosed at age 11 months with a brain tumor. Although the baby’s parents are Israeli Messianic believers, the challenges facing them seemed insurmountable. Our ...
- Makor’s Greeting Cards
Featuring various famous artworks our elementary students.
In this card, Monet’s Bridge.
This post is also available in: Hebrew
- Volume 4 Issue 5 News From The Source
What Sets Us Apart From Secular Israeli Schools
Character Building for Our Students
One of the things that sets Makor HaTikvah apart is education of the whole child and not just academics. We teach godly values, morals and principles in order to build the kind of character that we know will testify to a life ...
- Volume 4 Issue 4 News From The Source
Why Parents Choose Makor HaTikvah
“One of the biggest advantages of the Makor HaTikvah school is the high quality of English teaching that is available there. Our son profited from studying English on a much higher level than the Israeli curriculum required. This helped our oldest son to prove himself fit for the ...
- Volume 4 Issue 2 News From The Source
Do Children Need Respect?
Who hasn’t taught children to respect grown-ups, those in authority or even other kids? But what about adults respecting kids?
As it happens, we began the school year worship time on the subject of children giving respect to others, but, incidentally, Eitan Shishkoff, an Israeli congregational leader, has written a thought-provoking ...
- Volume 4 Issue 3 News From The Source
OUR FUTURE Could Be In Jeopardy
Dan (not his real name) was a student at Makor HaTikvah for 4 years. Apart from having grown up in a believing home, he participated in our daily worship assemblies and was prayed for and nurtured by our teachers. Even though Dan adeptly played the role of ...
- Volume 4 Issue 1 News From The Source
Going for the Gold!
Those amazing athletes we’ve all been watching during the summer Olympics simply didn’t get there by not putting in the necessary work to achieve the gold. Some took one to two years to perfect just one exercise. It is this kind of challenge (spiritually speaking) that we want to ...