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Yael explores the history and meaning of Shavuot, and what both Jews and Christians can learn from this holiday known as the “Festival of Harvest.”
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True Freedom Is in Obedience
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Phylacteries — Tefillin
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International Fellowship of Christians and Jews 40th Anniversary
40th Anniversary
Rejoicing in 40 Years of Serving God and His People
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Stories Maya, elderly Jewish woman from Ukraine, receiving care from The Fellowship during rocket attacks on Netivot, Israel, May 2023

Caring for Maya

From escaping war in Ukraine to finding help during recent rocket attacks in Israel, Maya knows The Fellowship is there for her.
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Rejoice in All the Good Things

In this photo taken in 1937, Jewish children in pre-state Jerusalem celebrate Shavuot by bringing their firstfruits to the Holy City.

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Join us for prayer and healing by phone in our next live prayer service, June 15th at 7:30 PM ET | 6:30 PM CT. | 4:30 PM PT.

Nourish Your Biblical Roots Podcast Episode 95 Why We Should All Celebrate Jerusalem Day

Why We Should All Celebrate Jerusalem Day

This week, Jews in Israel celebrate Jerusalem Day — Yom Yerushalayim — commemorating the miraculous reunification of God’s Holy City in 1967. In this episode, Yael explores the spiritual significance of Jerusalem and why its historical reunification following the Six-Day War in 1967 is so important.

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