Who Are We?
We are a group of people who believe Yeshua, Jesus, is the messiah. This faith is built upon the fact that Yeshua fulfilled all the Biblical Messianic prophecies. Read here our statement of faith.
Medallion is an Acronym in Hebrew that spells out: From God’s Word for Children and Youth. The spiritual life of our children is at the top of our priorities. We see it as our responsibility to provide families and congregations Messianic materials in the highest of quality to assist them in instructing their children in the way of the Bible and in the teaching of Yeshua Hamashiach, Jesus Christ.
We work to train parents and teachers to be effective teachers of the Bible.
Medallion operates under the auspice of the Israeli non-profit Ha Aguda Hameshihit VeHashlichit no. 58-004-409-7
We exist in order to prepare and distribute educational Messianic literature to instruct children in the body of Messiah in Israel and in the world and to train teachers. The materials are written in a way that will help the children become knowledgeable in the Bible and independent in the use of it and through this bring them to salvation. We want to see the children grow in their faith to become mature adults who serve God in every place they go.
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What Do People Say About Us
We can see the material is written by professionals who know the children. It is excellent.
I was so glad to find Medallion’s materials, it is great for our children.
I wanted to thank you for the teaching materials, for me you are a blessing and you help me focus on what I am teaching. I thank the Lord I have from who to learn, and who can help me.
Shilhav told of one of her teachers who complained about the amount of prep work there was for the toddler’s lessons. Shilhav challenged her to prepare a lesson exactly as it is written in the teacher’s guide, since it was designed specifically for the developmental stage of the children in her class. The teacher took up the challenge and at the end testified that it was the best lesson she ever had.