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American Pastors Visit Israel's Elderly

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This week's Fellowship-organized trip to Israel by pastors from the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) has been a blessing for everyone involved. Equally blessed have been the American pastors and their Israeli hosts, as they have visited such sites as Yad Vashem (Israel's official Holocaust memorial), Mount Precipice, the Mount of Beatitudes, and the Sea of Galilee. But perhaps none were blessed more than the impoverished elderly Israelis who are helped by the Fellowship-funded Yad LaKashish, or Lifeline for the Old workshop. The visiting pastors were able to see these wonderful Israeli immigrants produce the handmade art that provides them with both income and dignity.

To see more of what our friends are seeing and doing while in the Holy Land, visit our online photo album.

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