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Jerusalem — My Highest Joy

When celebrating Jerusalem Day, we thank God for the reunification of His Holy City, and pray for its full restoration.
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God Will Remember
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Mount Scopus in Jerusalem in 1900
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Photo Friday: Swing the Sickle, for the Harvest Is Ripe
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Stories Katerina, Holocaust survivor in Ukraine who is alive thanks to American Chrisians

'God Has Kept Me Alive'

The life of this 96-year-old Holocaust survivor in Ukraine has been saved many times by Christians in America.
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Project Spotlight: Music Therapy for Ukraine Children

To help children and families escaping war-torn Ukraine, we’ve started supporting music therapy sessions aimed at calming the children and helping them overcome the stress of war.

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Nourish Your Biblical Roots Podcast Episode 66

Why Doing Less Often Leads to Receiving More!

Join Yael Eckstein on this week’s podcast episode, “Why Doing Less Often Leads to Receiving More!" In this episode, Yael explains how the practice of shmita or the sabbatical year, teaches us that sometimes we need to do less in order to receive more blessings in our lives.

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