Holocaust survivors who are still alive today often pass on their story to the next generation, but when Leonard Felson’s dad, a Holocaust survivor, stopped remembering his past after the onset of dementia, Felson tells us that he must continue to tell his dad’s story so others can hear.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Inspiration
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In the interest of saving his life, Paul Alexander’s mother gave her toddler to a volunteer nurse who was leaving Nazi Germany in 1939 by train. Now 81, he will make this journey again by bike reports The Times of Israel.
We have all been blessed with so much, and we, too, will have to give an accounting one day for how we used our blessings.
A friend of The Fellowship from Canada prays to God for intervention, wisdom, and direction for His people, Israel.
As we celebrate Abraham Lincoln's emancipation of the slaves, we also see how important the Bible was to him.