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Project Spotlight: Reaching Out to At-Risk Youth

The Fellowship has supported ELEM, an organization that reaches out to at-risk youth, since 2002. Through a Fellowship House and an outreach van that distributes aid to young people on the streets at night, this organization offers hope to teens and young adults dealing with abuse, addiction, neglect, homelessness, and a host of other problems.

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Monday Devotional: Students of Life

This week’s Torah portion is named for Moses’ father-in-law, Jethro, in Hebrew, Yitro. Jethro was a priest of Midian who had heard all about God’s miracles and decided to leave idolatry behind and join the children of Israel. But as wonderful as Jethro was, the Jewish sages wonder why the entire Torah portion is named after him. The main event of this selection is the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Torah through Moses. If this portion was to be named after any one person, surely Moses would have been the better choice?

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Lessons from a 520-Year-Old Tree

Tonight at sundown the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shvat begins. Also known as the New Year of the Trees, this day is a time to celebrate God’s created world. In honor of Tu B’Shvat, Times of Israel blogger Rachel Sharansky Danziger penned a lovely reflection on the significance and lessons of the ancient trees in Israel.

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Give special blessings to destitute Jews by building your own customized food box!

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