Fellowship volunteers are bringing light, warmth, and companionship to the elderly and Holocaust survivors in Israel this Hanukkah season! Together, they will light menorah candles, bringing some warmth to the lonely, reports The Jewish Press.
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This season is a time to celebrate for both Christians and Jews, as well as a time to consider what we have in common.
A Fellowship writer in Israel tells how the Hanukkah story is not just about a miraculous and historic victory in battle, but of the victory of faith we all can achieve.
For most of her life, she’s been called Ruth. But this Holocaust survivor, whose parents died in Auschwitz, was called Bela for a short time after being orphaned during the war. Keren Blankfeld at the New York Times shares Ruth’s personal story of how she went from being an orphan in occupied Berlin to a thriving Jewish kid growing up in New York, all thanks to one American soldier.
If we are in lean times, we have to hold on to the promise of an abundant future.