Try this roasted butternut squash soup, but with a Middle Eastern twist!
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Eighty-five-year-old Simcha often spent Shabbat (Sabbath) and Jewish holidays by herself . . . until she met Maayan, a Fellowship volunteer for our With Dignity and Fellowship program.
While it’s tragic that there’s a need for them, it makes perfect sense that an Israeli company devised the technology for a backpack that deploys a bulletproof vest. With security a chief concern in the Holy Land, Israeli companies have been on the forefront of innovation to protect civilians and professionals alike.
Recently, The Fellowship helped to fund a Command Center in the Otniel community in Israel. Otniel is an Orthodox Jewish community located in the southern Judean Mountains with 1,000 residents living there. Sadly, terrorists often attack the community, leaving residents vulnerable.
This World War II hero who passed away this weekend at the age of 99 was not only a friend of the Jewish people because of his brave actions, but a friend of all who love freedom.