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Cover of the book A Man of Faith by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

Man of Faith: Reflections on Godly Leadership from the Ancient Shepherds of Israel

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.
splash photo displaying the Jewish tradition of Shavuot, which Christians know better as Pentecost, is one of the 3 festivals where Jewish men were obligated to go the Holy Temple during Biblical times.

Shavuot – Pentecost

(pronounced sha-voo-OHT), which Christians know better from the Greek, Pentecost, is one of three pilgrimage festivals in which Jewish men during biblical times were obligated to go to the Temple in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem: God's Eternal City

Discover the historical and biblical significance of Jerusalem with Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's timeless in-depth study.

Journey Magazine - Fall 2016

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.

Holy Land Moments Coloring Book

Coloring books for adults are wonderful stress-relievers — and our Holy Land Moments Coloring Book will not just help you relax, but also help you to focus on the beauty and wonder of God’s Creation and His Word.
Yael joyously celebrates Purim with two colorful party goers

The Story of Purim

President and CEO Yael Eckstein tells the story of Purim, the commandments, and how Jews celebrate this joyous holiday.

Rachel: Our Matriarch of Compassion

Rachel, always mentioned as the third matriarch of Israel, had much in common with her predecessors, Sarah and Rebekah. Like Sarah and Rebekah, Rachel was known for her beauty. Like Sarah and Rebekah, she had captured her husband's heart. And like Sarah and Rebekah, Rachel suffered the pain of being childless through much of her marriage.

A Study on Ruth

Learn about Ruth's legacy of faith and loyalty to God in this complimentary Bible study, The Life of Ruth.
Abraham greets three strangers

Abraham: Our Patriarch of Loving-kindness

Abraham's belief about one God who is Father of us all - monotheism - was not widely recognized during his lifetime. His ideals and values form the basis of the civilized world today. Learn more about Abraham, the first of the , the patriarchs.

Celebrating Hanukkah

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah celebrates two miracles— a great Jewish military victory and a miraculous spiritual victory in the Temple.
Cover of the booklet by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein called Building Bridges of Blessing

Building Bridges of Blessings: Understanding the Biblical Command to Bless God's People

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.
Yael Eckstein and Family - Yael shares the story of Hanukkah

The Story of Hanukkah

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.

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