Welcome to The Fellowship’s Resource Library. You will find Bible studies, our latest Fellowship educational booklets, and a wealth of information related to Jewish holidays and observances. You can search for information either by topic, or by the type of resource, such as video, PDF, or audio file. As we are always adding new resources, come back and visit us often.
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What does it mean to be a woman of valor? Fellowship
President Yael Eckstein invites you to discover the character traits of key Bible women in this complimentary download.
President and CEO Yael Eckstein
tells the story of Purim,
the commandments, and how Jews celebrate this joyous holiday.
Learn about Ruth's legacy of faith and loyalty to God in this complimentary Bible study, The Life of Ruth
The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah
celebrates two miracles— a great Jewish military victory and a miraculous spiritual victory in the Temple.
Discover how you can partake of God's promise given to Abraham thousands of years ago, "I will bless those you bless you,"
in this timeless inspirational booklet by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein. Download your complimentary copy.
President and CEO Yael Eckstein tells the story of Hanukkah
and how Jews commemorate the victory of the Maccabees over the Greek/Syrian forces of King Antiochus.
Explore the collection of songs and hymns prepared by King David and discover how they continue to inspire, comfort, and challenge us today. Download our complimentary Bible Study.
President and CEO Yael Eckstein tells her story on making Aliyah
, immigrating to Israel, with her new husband. At first, though, she was opposed to leaving everything that was familiar, all that she had known growing up in America. But when God changed her mind, there was no going back and has made her home in the Holy Land.
Watch a video as Fellowship
President and CEO Yael Eckstein shares her reflections on Rosh Hashanah
, and the new beginning it represents for everyone.
The book of Jonah is traditionally read during Yom Kippur
services as it is the story of repentance, forgiveness, and second chances. Jonah's story reminds us that even when we stumble and sin, if we turn to God, He is quick to forgive and no one is beyond the reach of His compassion.
Terrorists in the Middle East are bombing churches and brutalizing Christian communities. How you can respond with help and hope.
Jews celebrate Sukkot
, also called the Feast of Tabernacles or Festival of Booths, in the fall, four days after Yom Kippur
. It is a joyous celebration of the harvest and a time to remember Israel’s wandering in the Sinai desert before entering the Promised Land.
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