Radio Shows

Partnering with God to Fight Hatred

Following the October 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue attack, where eleven Jews were murdered, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein urges us to come together to fight against hatred and prejudice.

The Changing Course of Anti-Semitism – A Matter of Race

As the world recognizes International Holocaust Rememberance Day on Sunday, Jan. 27, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains that during the Holocaust, anti-Semitism became a matter of race — which could not be changed no matter what the circumstances.

The Changing Course of Anti-Semitism – The Birth of the State of Israel

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein tells us how the devastation of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism led to the birth of the State of Israel — a place that Jews could call home.

The Changing Course of Anti-Semitism –The Holocaust

As the world recognizes International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Sunday, Jan. 27, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains how anti-Semitism took on new meaning after six million people were brutally murdered simply because they were Jewish.

Yitro – Get Ready

In today's Torah reading, we learn about the vital necessity of being prepared spiritually.

A Pivotal Time in History

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein welcomes Detroit Pastor Dr. E.L. Branch to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on U.S. history.

Beshalach – Don’t Quit

In today's Torah reading, we learn why God led the Israelites on a longer route to the Promised Land.

Fighting Hunger in Israel

On today's program, Yael Eckstein talks about the holy work of feeding the hungry.

Enduring Israel

Today, Yael Eckstein talks about Israel's struggle for independence and the heroes who made it possible.

My Weapon Is My Faith

Yael Eckstein explains about her "secret weapon" for remaining hopeful in a dangerous world.

With the Faith of a Child

Yael Eckstein shares how she and her husband instill biblical values into their children's lives.

Bo – Faith and Redemption

In today's reading, we learn that faith is the first step toward redemption.

Moving On from Terror

Yael Eckstein shares how her family and all Israel learns to move on after terrorists have attacked.

Breaking Down Jewish Barriers

For many Jews today, overcoming deep-seated feelings toward Christians can be difficult.

Restoring Survivors’ Hope in Humanity-Part 2

Today, Yael Eckstein talks about The Fellowship's work helping Holocaust survivors -- before it's too late.

The Menorah

On today's program, we learn that the symbol for the state of Israel is the , the seven-pronged candelabra used in the Tabernacle and Temple.

Vaeira – Three-Day Journey

In today's reading, we learn why Moses first asked Pharaoh for a three-day break for the people.

Restoring Survivors’ Hope in Humanity-Part 1

Yael Eckstein talks with a Holocaust survivor about how she relies on The Fellowship for food and support.

The Kippah

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein teaches us that wearing a a small head covering, is a sign of respect and reverence for God's sovereignty.

A New Year’s Message

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains how we should make a resolution for the new year by taking a step to bless Israel and God's people.

Jewish Groups of the First Century – Life in Jesus’ Time

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein provides insight into Jewish life at the time of Jesus in this new series, "Jewish Groups of the First Century."

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