Immanuel lives alone in a small apartment. Unfortunately, the only visitor he has is his homecare aide, who visits him for three hours twice a week. While he feels so grateful to have someone to share a few hours with, he spends most of his time in loneliness - until Fellowship volunteers arrived at his door.
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We want to thank all the members of the Fellowship of Baptist Organizations who did a great job of showing Christian support for the Jewish state during their Fellowship-sponsored tour of Israel.
This week’s Torah portion doesn’t have the most exciting name. It is called mishpatim, the Hebrew word for “laws.” And yes, you guessed it, this week’s selection is all about laws – the rules and regulations for living a life defined by God’s Word and His will. In fact, there are over 50 laws listed in this selection!
The members of the Fellowship of Baptist Organizations began their day with a visit to the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount.
Thousands of needy Jews in Israel and the former Soviet Union will avoid the brutal cold this winter because of The Fellowship’s heating assistance. We handed out heating vouchers, space heaters, heating fuel, blankets, and winter clothing – and Zelig is one of the recipients.
As one of the world’s largest producers of flowers – including roses – and plenty of beautiful scenery, the Holy Land can be a very romantic spot. Writers at Israel21c tell us the best romantic places in Israel, like stargazing in Mitzpe Ramon!
Shai Agnon (published under the name S.Y. Agnon in English) was an important Hebrew novelist and Nobel laureate.
The members of the Fellowship of Baptist Organizations spent their second full day in Israel learning about Fellowship projects and touring sites of historical and biblical significance.
Loretta Weinberger, an Israeli grandmother, has written songs for Sesame Street and other children’s TV shows. But it’s a composition the native of England wrote for the U.S. that’s gotten her attention from not one but two American presidents.
Traditional Jewish coffee cake uses actual coffee to flavor the cake, but today, like in this recipe, most of the cakes are caffeine free. They still taste delicious dipped in a cup of coffee, though! Jewish homes serve coffee cake on Shabbat or during Jewish holidays. Try this recipe today brought to you by My Jewish Learning.