The latest Fellowship tour of the Holy Land hosts 14 Baptist leaders and continues the bridge-building mission of strengthening Christian support for the Jewish state.
IFCJ in the News
Once again this winter, The Fellowship and our faithful supporters have provided aid to thousands of needy elderly across Israel.
After a series of fires devastated Haifa, many of them the result of terrorist arson, The Fellowship and our faithful friends have helped the Israeli city replant and grow again.
A friend of The Fellowship was so inspired by her trip to Israel that she wrote a book of poetry, the proceeds of which will support The Fellowship and those we help.
This month, The Fellowship is set to host 14 Baptist leaders from the U.S. on a visit to the Holy Land, building bridges between Christians and Jews.
Israel will allow olim (immigrants) from Venezuela to move to the Holy Land.
Writing at The Jerusalem Post, Rabbi Eckstein says we have a moral responsibility not to forget the survivors of the Holocaust, many of whom still struggle through life.
USA Today's Michele Chabin looks at how The Fellowship and our faithful Christian supporters help ease the suffering of impoverished Holocaust survivors.
Writing at The Algemeiner, Rabbi Eckstein says that our moral responsibility begins with remembering those murdered during the Holocaust, but that our moral duty will only be fulfilled by helping those who survived.
A survey by The Fellowship shows that the majority of new immigrants to Israel face both economic and employment-related difficulties.