The Mount Carmel School of Ministry, founded and directed by Peter Tsukahira, is an intensive two-week training course for men and women of God who are seeking a prophetic understanding of the Scriptures and an anointing from God for end-time ministry. This is to fulfill the call to “make ready a people prepared for the Lord” (Luke 1:17). It is for pastors, ministry leaders, intercessors, laymen with a ministry calling or students in Bible college or seminary.
Instructors are experienced Messianic Jewish or Arab Christian pastors as well as other leaders who are ministering in the Land of Israel. Accommodations are at the Beit Yedidia (House of God’s Friend) Community Center and local hotels. Teaching sessions are held in Kehilat HaCarmel Worship Center outside the city of Haifa and in selected locations throughout the country.
The teaching sessions address the following general topics: Israel’s Prophetic Significance, “One New Man” of Ephesians 2, Romans 9-11, The Identity and Destiny of Islam, Elijah’s Legacy and Prophetic Praise and Worship. The study tour includes on-site training in the Galilee, Jerusalem and other biblical locations.
Participants are invited to see the Land of Israel not just as sightseeing tourists but through the eyes of the local believing community. Through indigenous worship and teaching, a spiritual landscape is revealed that presents a radical and new end-time worldview. Opportunities for ongoing service in the community are available and academic credit toward a Bible school degree may also be possible.