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Bentzi owes his life to The Fellowship. When he was a child, a Fellowship-supported orphanage rescued him off the streets. Today, he serves in the Givati unit of the IDF!
With Passover coming in less than a week, Yael takes us on a tour of one of the many distribution centers across Israel where food is being packaged for and distributed to the Holy Land's needy.
Jean Severin Lemaire was an evangelical pastor in France who, during World War II, risked his life and was sent to a concentration camp for helping Jews escape the Nazis.
In a rare Holocaust photo exhibit running now, you will be able to view the photos of late Henryk Ross, who risked his life to capture in film the many horrors experienced in the Lodz ghetto. Ross buried his negatives and recovered them later after surviving the Holocaust. Now, they will be on display until July 2017 at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston, in a first ever showing in the United States.
Thanks to an Israeli drug that treats myeloid leukemia (CML), those diagnosed with this aggressive cancer have hope.
As part of The Fellowship’s extensive Passover outreach, we are distributing 4,500 food boxes to needy elderly and families in partnership with the Yad B’Yad organization. Without our assistance, these people would not be able to celebrate the Passover holiday with the foods needed for the seder meal.
Passover is less than a week away. To prepare for this holy season, Jews clean their homes from top to bottom, ensuring all traces of leaven bread – including the crumbs – have been washed away. Even the youngest members of the ultra-Orthodox part of Jerusalem are happy to help with the cleaning, making sure their tricycle and pedal car are ready for this special Jewish holiday.
When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing quite as warming and comforting as a roaring fire. But as anyone who has ever tried to light such a fire can attest, creating those picturesque fires is not so easy. If you simply set a lit match to logs, not much will happen. You first need to light smaller, more combustible elements like paper or tinder, and once they catch fire, it’s just a matter of time before the whole pile of logs is caught up in flames. Learn what spiritual lessons can be found in this process in today's devotional.
Writing in Tablet Magazine, Sara Toth Stub explains why new trend in Israeli tourism – home tours – is growing in popularity. Stub shows us what happens when a group of college kids visit a Haredi home in Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Bukharim quarter.