About RYM

As the years’ pass, one thing I have discovered along my spiritual journey is how much I don’t know and how much more there is to learn. I am a life-long learner and I love to share my new-found discoveries with those who are willing to journey with me. I love those “A-Ha!” experiences when I either discover a new truth or an old truth in a brand-new light.

My prayer for you as you enter this website is that you will experience many “A-Ha!” moments as God Word comes alive to you.

I find it fascinating that the Hebrew term for “teach” (Lamad), is the same word for “learn” (Lamad). In other words, a teacher doesn’t truly teach unless the student has learned. I could also add that a teacher cannot teach unless the student is willing to learn.

I have committed myself to teach in such a way, that those who want to learn, will learn. It was Dr. Charles C. Ryrie who challenged me to take the complex and make it simple, and that is what I’ve attempted to do over the years.

Rick Yohn speaking at Mount Precipice in Nazareth, Israel

You may not be aware that the Bible was written for you, whether you are more of a left-brained individual, who thinks in a linear manner, or you draw more from the right side of your brain and love creativity and go more with the flow of the Bible story. You may be one who loves to see the forest, or perhaps you are more comfortable dissecting what is hidden in the weeds. In either case, the Bible is for you.

The Hebrew language may appeal more to the big picture and story-telling individual, for it is more of a picture language, while the Greek language is more of an intellectual, linear-thinking language. The former is found in the Old Testament and the latter in the New Testament. Therefore, much of my teaching derives from both the Old and New Testaments.

So I invite you to visit this site often, for we will provide videos, articles, books, and links to Bible Software websites, as well as, links to other ministries, for we have a Kingdom focus, knowing that such a focus reflects God’s heart and will provide a greater benefit to those who want to learn.