In this week's video, Yael takes us for a ride into Jerusalem, showing the scenery and talking about the Holy City along the way.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Frieda, an elderly Jewish woman Yael met on her recent trip to Ukraine, is still scarred by what she experienced during the Holocaust. Frieda is 94 years old, and her memory is jumbled because of her health and age. Yet, as she told her scattered stories of the Nazis, they all ended with her memory of “the blood, the blood."
Hollywood stars are in Warsaw to film a biopic about the couple who hid 300 Jews from the Nazis in the city's zoo.
Ethnic minorities in Israel who want to join the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) can rely on The Fellowship’s Pre-Army Leadership Program to help them find future success in the army and beyond.
The Fellowship continues its mission of bridge-building between the Jewish state and the Jewish people and African-American Christians.
Those at risk for a hip fracture can now wear Hip-Hope for protection. An Israeli innovator created this wearable device after his mother fell and broke her hip for a second time.
When Gali married her husband, the young couple felt extremely lucky to have found each other. They also enjoyed their careers – Gali worked as an engineer and her husband was free to explore his talents as an artist. Eventually, they wanted to begin a family. Unfortunately, the birth of their son, though a blessing, also ushered in challenges they never anticipated.
What is the worst thing in the world that could ever happen to a human being? The bottom-line answer is to sin. But for every fall, you have a choice. It can keep you down – or it can inspire you to rise up and stand taller than ever before. Today’s devotional reflects on the power of repentance.
An exciting archaeological find was made in the Holy Land: the “Emperor’s Road” from 2,000 years ago.
During the Jewish holiday of Purim, which starts this Saturday at sundown, people dress up in costume and remember the biblical story of Queen Esther, who saved her people from persecution. Friends and family come together to host parties, eat hamantaschen, and watch parades – like the annual Adloyada Purim Parade in Holon.