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A Thank You Letter from Victims of Hurricane Matthew

As Hurricane Matthew damaged homes and brought devastation to many communities in the U.S. and the Caribbean, The Fellowship reached out in support of our ministry friends who needed to rebuild their communities. We recently received this moving letter from one of the churches provided a Fellowship grant.

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Israeli Athletes Killed in Munich Massacre Finally Honored

For Israelis, the start of another Olympics inevitably brings to mind the massacre at the 1972 Munich Games, when Palestinian gunmen snuck into the athletes’ village, killed two members of the Israeli team, and kidnapped nine others. Those nine were eventually murdered following a failed rescue attempt.

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Strong Women of Ancient Jerusalem

In honor of International Women's Day, we present you with a new and exciting archaeological find in the City of David from the First Temple period that shows evidence that some women also enjoyed a high social status, not just the men.

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The Power of One in the Face of Atrocity

In a powerful blog post, The Times of Israel writer Haim Roet shares his Holocaust survival story, thanking the many who helped keep him alive - including people close to him, like his mother, and complete strangers, who hoped to protect the innocent Jewish people from terrible suffering.

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Build Your Passover Box Today

Give special blessings to destitute Jews by building your own customized food box!

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