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Join Us in Praying for Ukraine's Vulnerable Jewish Community

We have all been deeply concerned and troubled by the widespread unrest and violence in Ukraine, some of which is taking place perilously close to Fellowship-supported orphanages and Jewish community centers.

Rabbi Eckstein is making another emergency trip to Ukraine to assess the needs and offer support, and The Fellowship has sent millions in additional aid to help meet the great need for food, medicine, and security for Jewish elderly and children in that troubled region.

It is your faithful support that allows us to offer this immediate assistance during times of crisis. And that faithful support is still needed in this troubled region of the world, where unrest and conflict threaten to escalate, and rumors of all-out war abound.

Certainly the Jewish community of Ukraine desperately needs our material support and help with food, medicine, and security. But they also deeply covet our prayers. Please join with The Fellowship in prayer for the people of Ukraine, for Israel, and for the world.

You also can call our new toll-free prayer line to record your prayer, which then may be aired on radio stations and heard around the world — and which will hopefully prompt others to offer their prayers as well.

The Bible tells us, "Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up" (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10). We are grateful to have faithful friends like you, our Fellowship family, who labor with us to bless Israel and people in need around the world.