Radio Shows

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."

Bringing Home to the Frontlines

Yael Eckstein informs us that everyone on the hospitality vehicles are volunteers who want to acknowledge and thank the soldiers for their protection.

What Is the Significance of the Synagogue? “ Part 2

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein talks about how synagogues today likely have Jewish symbols such as the Star of David and the , but no sculptures or paintings depicting the human form.

Shemot – Encountering the Lord

In today's reading, we learn about how to notice God's presence in our lives.

A Christmas Reflection

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein and everyone at The Fellowship wishes a blessed Christmas to all our Christian listeners.

Wolf and Lamb

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein tells the story of the prophet Isaiah who foretold of a time of world peace in the messianic era.

Helping Our Warriors Reach Home

Yael Eckstein talks about how The Fellowship hospitality vehicles are equipped to help thousands of soldiers per day.

Your Prayers Are Needed

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein asks listeners to pray for the desperate Christian refugees in Jordan so they will not feel abandoned.

Helping the “Strangers in Our Midst”

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains how The Fellowship is helping to fund a much-needed medical clinic and provide food for  12,000 Iraqi Christian refugees living in Jordan.

Vayechi – The Righteous Never Die

In today's reading, we learn how our legacy and good deeds live on long after we are gone.

No Place to Go

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein talks about the need to help persecuted Christians from Iraq who are stranded in Jordan with no place to go.

Helping Our Watchmen on the Walls

Yael Eckstein talks about how The Fellowship's hospitality vehicles provide aid to the Israeli army.

What is the Significance of the Temple?

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains how the Temple was the holiest place in Jerusalem, where God's divine presence rested.

In Defense of Israel

On today's program, listeners of The Fellowship share their love and support for Israel.

Vayigash – First to Forgive

In today's reading, we learn about one of the most important moments in human history.

What Is the Significance of the Menorah?

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains that the is the most visible symbol of the celebration, and its roots can be traced back to the Tabernacle.

Celebrating Hanukkah Today

On today's program, Yael Eckstein shares how she and her family celebrate

Why Is Hanukkah Known as the Festival of Lights?

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains that Hanukkah is known as the "Festival of Lights" because of the eternal light that stayed lit for eight days with only one flask of oil to keep it burning.

What Is the Significance of Hanukkah?

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein teaches us that , among its many meanings, commemorates the victory of the Jews over Greek and Syrian forces.

Mikeitz – Finding Solutions in a Problematic World

In today's reading, we learn that Joseph was a problem-solver — not a problem-deflector.

What is Hanukkah?

On today's program, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein teaches us that is one of the most popular and well-known Jewish holidays.

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