A Fellowship writer in Israel reflects on this week's terror attack and the difficulties of living in a land torn apart by ongoing violence.
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Anne-Marie Epaud was a French Gentile who was executed by the Nazis for quenching the thirst of Jewish women at the Auschwitz-Birkenau exermination camp.
Yael gives the keynote speech for the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel (AACI), telling her own story of making aliyah (immigrating) to the one place Jews can call home.
The pomegranate represents knowledge, learning, and wisdom, which is why Jews eat this fruit during their New Year and why King Solomon designed his crown based on this special fruit. Today, Israeli researchers believe they can use pomegranate oil to slow down aging and help keep the brain healthy.
We wanted to share with you Rabbi Eckstein’s tribute to his friend, Rev. David Mainse, a longtime supporter of The Fellowship who passed away this morning. Please pray for the Mainse family as they grieve their loss.