Students will also be offered to study different Jewish professions to compliment their rabbinical careers.Yesterday I posted the first two elements of John 15:1-8, remaining (abiding) and obedience.Today I want to finish this series with the final two keys to this passage. In the text He spoke of fruit, bearing fruit, bearing more fruit, and bearing much fruit.

When a believer abides in Christ and obeys Him, that believer will become fruitful.

Ancient viticulture used two processes to ensure the harvest of fruit. Grapevines would be trained by running them along poles or trellises. In the spring, they would remove the tips of rapidly growing shoots so that the vine would not become an end unto itself and to prevent it from breaking in high wind.

The vines were lifted up from the ground to improve their fruit bearing potential. Some of the flowers and early clusters would also be thinned to improve the quality of the fruit that was permitted to grow.

Children love kindergarten, preschool lesson plans with a "camping" pre school theme: presenting math activities for kids with shapes, numbers and counting helps kids understand how to do math and have fun! Centered around nature, the five days of preschool teachers' lesson plans have a theme that includes children's printable preschool crafts, preschool kindergarten worksheets, math games, songs, and theme ideas for snacks.

Free plans for the felt board poster help teach shapes and can be used to make a forest habitat display for pre-k, daycare, homeschool, and kindergarten math.

Camp Out Theme Week Click on a free page, 1 through 12, below to open a PDF file.

You can view it, print it, or save it to your hard drive. To purchase all 23 math for kids pages in one convenient file, click on Buy e-booklets.

When you download the Fun Lesson Plans Theme Weeks, you can print as many teacher information or activity sheets as you need for your students and assistants. Each Theme Week includes a schedule for the week with details for 5 step-by-step daily lesson plans.

The JRA is committed to educating a new generation of authentic Jewish rabbis, educated in all subjects of Jewish law needed by a rabbi, as well as the practical aspects of Rabbinical leadership; enabling them to become knowledgeable and dedicated leaders for the English-speaking Jewish communities of the world.

The Jerusalem Rabbinical Academy The JRA is a unique Yeshiva nestled in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City, focused on producing a new generation of authentic rabbis.

Our students will be not only be ordained in many sections of Jewish law, but will have a strong education in Gemarah, as well as practical rabbinics.