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Learn the lessons of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism and understand the horrific realities of genocide in this complimentary booklet, Never Forget, Never Again
The joyous festival of Hanukkah
begins on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev. Discover the spiritual lessons of this special holiday in this Bible study.
Download our free Bible Study to learn more about God's incredible promises to Abraham, and how those promises extend through the ages to us today.
Download our complimentary Bible study to learn more about David, a simple shepherd boy who rose to the very throne of Israel.
When a Jewish family moves to Israel, we refer to it in Hebrew as “making aliyah
means “ascent.” Moving to Israel is seen as ascending spiritually.
's Yonit Rothchild talks about the highlight of her aliyah
(immigration to Israel) — the birth of her son in the holy city of Jerusalem.
Learn the important message of Sukkot
as Yael Eckstein tells us about the joyous festival of Sukkot
, and how spending time and making memories in the family sukkah
help bring God's glory to our world.
is a celebration of the Jewish New Year. Unlike the secular New Year, Rosh Hashanah
is ushered in with intense moral and spiritual introspection. Learn more with this overview to this biblically mandated holy day.
The Yom Kippur
service today no longer includes many of the elements as prescribed in the Bible, including the two goats. Yet, the message inherent in this ritual still resonates for us today. Learn more with this devotional teaching.
, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, is the culmination of the High Holy Days that began ten days ago with Rosh Hashanah
. It represents the final opportunity for teshuvah
, repentance, and it is observed with prayers, fasting, and beseeching God for forgiveness.
The sounding of the shofar
, or ram's horn, is one of the most defining elements of the Rosh Hashanah
observance. Use this study to explore the various meanings and spiritual lessons that are associated with this biblically mandated tradition.
, the Day of Atonement, begins on October 8th at sundown. Watch now as Fellowship
President Yael Eckstein explains the significance of this most holy day on the Jewish calendar and how it is observed in Israel and around the world.
In preparation for the High Holy Days, Judaism employs Three Pillars -- repentance, prayer, and charity -- to help people ready their hearts. Join Fellowship
President Yael Eckstein as she explains this personal journey of faith all Jews embark on at this time of year, beginning with the first spiritual pillar -- repentance.
Watch this brief video and experience the joy and feeling of holiness of the people living 20 centuries ago.
As Jews around the world mark this most solemn day on the Jewish calendar, use our devotional guide to learn the deeper lessons from this most somber occasion.
President Yael Eckstein as she explains the history and the traditions associated with Tisha B’Av
in this brief video.
Learn the key characteristics of a godly man in this complimentary booklet, A Man of Faith: Reflections on Godly Leadership from the Ancient Shepherds of Israel.
Israel Independence Day, Yom HaAtzmaut
is the fifth day of the month of Iyar, which is the Hebrew date of the formal establishment of the State of Israel.
Discover the historical and biblical significance of Jerusalem with Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's timeless in-depth study.
Read about a special event The Fellowship
hosted for Israel’s victims of terror, how we’re bringing help and hope to people with cerebral palsy, how we’re rescuing Jews from rising anti-Semitism in France, and more.
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