Growing In Torah is a seven-month training program for young adults teaching farming through Scripture and Scripture through farming.
This is what we are doing here at GIT; taking time out of our lives to really focus on areas that need work, or areas that we want to produce even greater fruit. We are setting some things aside for a time, so that we can truly learn and grow. And it is all a part of being pruned and trained under Yahweh’s guidance.
I wouldn’t trade the 7 months I spent at GIT for anything else. It was a great place to be during the transition in my life of becoming a man. I know YHVH wanted me to be there. I definitely want to come back for a second year. -Samuel Baldwin
“In the end, all that Yeshua really calls us to do is just follow after Him, so I think it’s really important to till the soil in your own heart and plant good things.”
The Creator saw fit to place man in a garden to tend and to keep it. It is our vision that, as we go back to our roots in the garden, we will train up a generation that will walk in the humble leadership that Yeshua displayed for us. As we learn to care for one another as we would a tree in the garden of Elohim, we will see the Bride of Messiah mature to the point where she is ready to meet the Groom.
Many years ago after Bryan Barnes lost his job as a corporate pilot due to the company going out of business, he got back to his roots on the farm and started growing again. Although he had been walking out the Torah for 10 years, when he started farming, the Torah and all of scripture came to life in a whole new tangible way. He felt like the garden was discipling him.
Our endeavor is to create an atmosphere that will make that same focused discipleship available to our young adults as they go forward and establish the foundations of this life in His word. If you are a young adult, let the garden (His way of growing things) disciple you too. Check out the Become a Student tab to find out more.
Growing In Torah is a seven-month training program for college-age adults focused on teaching farming through Scripture and Scripture through farming. It takes place on a farm called Safe Haven Sustainable Farms, located in central California. Students learn… Read More
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