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One cannot follow what has not been seen, cannot hear what has not been heard and cannot obey what is not known. Orthodox Jews and Jewish children as well as religious Jews are taught to read, study and study the Torah, along with the Talmud, from an early age, children are familiar with all the celebrations, worship and laws of the God’s Torah.

Actually in the life of Believers almost do the same thing and have done the principles in the Torah Law. Some Believers going to Church hear messages from the four Gospels or from the epistles of the apostles. Often preachers preach from the Book of Genesis or mention the Book of Exodus, but they also emphasize the moral and social instructions found in Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

The American state when it founded America in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, is a document that has moral principles that originate from the Torah Law. America’s founding fathers recognized the consequences of disobedience to God’s Word. Because of this, it has been emphasized in God’s decree in the first 5 books of the Bible.

Because Christianity teaches the Bible from the New Testament, it does not then indicate that God changed his moral law to accept the liberal ideas of present and future generations. In other words, God continues to keep people obeying His commands, even though they come from the Old Testament. The Bible says,

“All Scripture was given by inspiration of God 
(2 Timothy 3:16).”

When the four Gospels, Acts and Apostles say “the Scriptures” they are referring to the “Torah” and the Prophets and Wisdom books of the Old Testament (Luke 24:27; Acts 17:2; 2 Timothy 3:15).

With ideas originating from Jewish educational traditions and culture, Cornerstone Christian Homeschooling (Cornerstone School) was built, where the 10 Laws must be recited every day by students, teachers, and making the Bible the main subject which is taught every day as the main subject, not Christian Religious Education which is only once a week like Christian schools in general.

At Cornerstone School we start with daily contemplation of the Word, memorizing and reciting Bible verses then continue with other lessons, but every Bible day will be taught, as a compulsory subject.

Cornerstone School is dedicated to pursuing a high and holy calling. Our prayer is that for all the students attending our school, God will place a vision in the hearts of the children and that the students will continue to walk with Jesus.

One of the most important aspects of a Christian school is its curriculum. Even more important than how we teach is what we teach. In Matthew 5:19, the Lord Jesus revealed the importance of what we do and what we teach others to do. Teachers, or educators are responsible for what they teach others. Therefore, by the grace of God, Cornerstone School strives to teach and impart the holy, unadulterated and pure Word of God to the students.

The word “curriculum” in Latin refers to learning that has a clear end and purpose. It literally means “to run.

” Habakkuk 2:2 says, “…
Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.”

Through the curriculum, we put a vision and purpose in place for our students to be convinced of Christ and filled with knowledge of His Word and the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit. It is not enough to know God’s Word; we must practice and reflect the beauty and nature of Christ in everything we do. This is the goal of our curriculum.

Our goal is to encourage students to grow towards spiritual maturity by teaching the truth of God’s word, promoting and adopting a heavenly vision, trying to develop a character of faith, and trying to prepare students to become future leaders that God can use for His glory. The theme verse of Cornerstone School

John 8:32,
where Jesus says, “You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

Cornerstone School’s longing is: to provide spiritual vision to all our students since they are children through our learning. First, we need to realize that God wants to instill this vision in all of His people.

Habakkuk 2:2 says,
“Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.”

All humans need a clear vision, given by God to achieve God’s purpose in our lives. Therefore, one’s spiritual vision is very important. In these last days we are living in the end times mentioned in the Bible. Mount Zion is also frequently mentioned. And almost all of God’s promises that will come in the last days related to God’s Church are connected with the spiritual Mount Zion. Mount Zion is: The ultimate goal of the Church of Jesus Christ as the Apostle Paul said in

Hebrews 12:22:
“But you have come to Mount Zion…”

Geographically, Mount Zion is located southeast of the city of Jerusalem. In ancient times it was called the city of David. However, it is not the physical mountain that we teach, but what is symbolized for every person who believes in the spirit. To gain an understanding of the spiritual journey of believers, we need to study the journey of the Israelites from Egypt, through the Red Sea, to Mount Sinai, through the Desert, through the Jordan River, to the Promised Land, and finally to Mount Zion. This historical journey that was carried out thousands of years ago is a kind of our spiritual journey as believers from earth to
heaven, and from newborn babies in Christ to becoming mature fathers and mothers in the faith.

Many believers and even the Church are satisfied with their current spiritual state and are not progressing in their spiritual journey. Even as the Israelites did not stop, but continued their journey, we are also called to continue walking with God until we reach Mount Zion. We must continue to get the perfection of what God has provided for us.

We believe God wants to give birth to this vision in the hearts of every believer, and that is why since childhood, from the Kindergardten – Junior High School level, we have made Bible Subjects a main Subject which is taught every day with the following vision :

“We want all of our students to be alike Jesus Christ until living in eternity at spiritual Mount Zion”

The Mission of Cornerstone School is as follows:
  1. Raising a Generation that loves God wholeheartedly, maintains holiness and lives according to the standards: God’s law, Word and Regulations.
  2. Train, prepare and awaken Christian Leaders who will lead with the anointing of the 7 Spirits of God (The spirit of the Lord, wisdom, understanding, counsel, mighty spirit, and fear of God).
  3. Raising a Generation of Praisers, Worshipers and Intercessors who love God’s Word; reading, meditating, memorizing, saying, and doing God’s Word so that it will bring and declare God’s Glory.
  4. Prepare, train, and raise leaders who will lead with the fear of God and full of integrity.
  5. 5. Preparing a superior generation in the fields of Academics, Athletics, and Arts as well as other fields of knowledge, which will be able to compete in the future.
The Cornerstone School values are as follows:
  1. Pure (Pure from contamination)
  2. Peacemaker (Making peace with God, man and oneself)
  3. Friendly (Pleasant logic)
  4. Submissive (Submit, give in)
  5. Full of mercy and good fruits
  6. Impartial (Not favoritism)
  7. Not hypocritical (Original, not fake)


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