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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Study the prayers of biblical men and women in Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's timeless educational resource, Work of the Heart. Download your complimentary booklet today.
Biblical scriptures teach that the ashes of a red heifer must be used to purify the Jewish people before they can enter the Holy Temple. Today, Jews await the birth of a perfect red heifer since this will be a sign that the messianic age is to begin.
According to Jewish teaching, the arrival of a red heifer without blemish will be a sign of the coming Messiah and the rebuilding of the Third Temple. But what is the biblical basis for this teaching? And what implications does it have for Christians? Watch a video teachings from Rabbi…
Join us as Rabbi Eckstein takes us to the Western Wall, the holiest site in all of Judaism. Gain a deeper understanding of the Wall's importance and learn why Jews around the world continue to face Jerusalem when they pray.
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.
Watch as Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein shares the traditional Jewish story of how the Patriarch Abraham confronted his father, an idol-maker and worshiper, with the truth about the One True God.
Watch this short video as Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein teaches about circumcision, the ritual that God instituted with Abraham more than 3,000 years ago.
Discover the significance of the red heifer and what lessons we can learn today from Jewish purification rites with this fascinating Bible study.
As Israel turns 70, we talk with Rabbi Eckstein and Yael about the significance of the Holy Land and The Fellowship's influence on her wellbeing. Also, read about 45 Holocaust survivors we helped finally celebrate their and bat mitzvahs, Rabbi Eckstein's first trip to Auschwitz, and more.
Our 24-page booklet on the lessons of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism will help bring understanding to the horrific realities of genocide and encourage you to stand with Israel and her people. Download your complimentary copy now.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is observed on the first day of the month of Tishrei on the Hebrew calendar, which falls in September or October on the Gregorian calendar (the calendar in common use throughout the world). Learn more about the observations associated with celebrating Rosh Hashanah.
Enjoy the traditional foods of Passover and their significance to this ancient observance in A Taste of Passover booklet, offering recipes and reflections on Pesach.
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