This Saturday is Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish holiday also known as the New Year of the Trees. Instituted in the book of Leviticus, this minor Jewish festival is a time to eat specific foods mentioned in the Bible, plant trees, and celebrate the natural world God created. How much do you know about this Jewish celebration? Take our quiz and find out!
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Life in israel
Fellowship Bridge Blog
It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, Israeli folk dancing is meant to bring people together. Watch now to see how this popular dance brings joy to the Israeli community.
Students excavating in the city of Yehud found a rare jug from the Middle Bronze Age featuring a small human sculpture.
Israel’s IDF field hospital is ranked number one in the world by the United Nation’s World Health Organization, giving the hospital a classification of a “Type 3” hospital. This means Israel’s IDF field hospital will continue to be the first arriving on the scenes of natural disasters.
An Israeli father tells of his son experiencing God's Word in the Holy Land.