In a new exhibit at the Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond, Oklahoma, you can see rare First Temple artifacts in person. Most of these artifacts only get to be seen online, but through August 19, people can visit the center and discover these ancient biblical-era artifacts firsthand reports The Times of Israel.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
The idea of salad for breakfast is probably a little strange to North Americans. But this trademark Mediterranean salad is enjoyed by Israelis three times a day - breakfast, lunch, and dinner - regardless of whether they are from Russia, Morocco, Yemen, or the United States.
How do you carry on a normal life after experiencing the horrors of the Holocaust? Lena was just a child when the Nazis stormed her village in Ukraine, but she remembers it vividly. "During the war we hid from the Germans in cellars,” she recalls. “I remember how the Jews were taken and shot.
Fellowship Freedom Flights arrive this week from eight different countries – and we welcome these new olim (immigrants) home to Israel!
A Christian psychiatrist who was sent to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, Dr. Adelaide Hautval cared for a treated the Jewish prisoners housed with her there.