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Fellowship Hosted Tour of Israel for African-American Church Leaders Begins

NBCA Tour members visit Neve Michael Children's Village (Photo: IFCJ)

Today, the members of the National Baptist Convention of America (NBCA) delegation arrived in Israel. The Fellowship is hosting this group in Israel as part of our ongoing bridge-building efforts between the African-American church and the Jewish community.

Though they were tired from their long trip, they were also excited to be in Holy Land and eager to visit The Fellowship's Neve Michael orphanage, where Yael was waiting to greet the group.

Yael spoke about the important and natural ties between the African-American and Jewish communities.

Please pray for a safe and meaningful trip for this group. And check back for updates from their Israel tour!

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