For 36 years, Najat, 80, was a respected lecturer of Greek philosophy at a Baghdad university. She is also “mother” to her two nieces, both intellectually disabled, and her nephew, who is severely intellectually disabled, after their parents passed away over 30 years ago. All of their lives were destroyed one fateful night in 2016, reducing the family to penniless refugees.
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Father Aleksey Glagolev was a Russian Orthodox priest who was long a friend of Jewish people, and who saved Jews from the Nazis during the Holocaust.
As technology advances, people are learning to communicate in new and exciting ways. Yet with each new advancement, the elderly are often left behind. Until now.
The Fellowship's Yonit Rothchild invites us all to pray for Christians around the world who are facing unprecedented levels of persecution.
Recently, The Fellowship organized an outing to the beach for homebound elderly in the city of Kiryat Gat, Israel. “Tears flowed from my eyes all morning as I sat next to Shmuel in the water, and he told me of his difficult life,” said a Fellowship volunteer. “He spoke of his childhood, his marriage, and his being alone. He expressed such joy and thanks for this moment.”