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.
Search Our Resource Library
Holy Land Moments
While there has always been a Jewish presence in the Holy Land, Jews began making aliyah, immigration to Israel, in 1882. In this podcast from Holy Land Moments, Rabbi Yechiel...
Holy Land Moments
On this podcast from Holy Land Moments, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein explains the meaning of aliyah as it refers to the immigration of Jews to Israel from the four corners of the...
Learn some of the spiritual lessons found in aliyah, immigrating to Israel, from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's biblical teachings.
Learn about the spiritual significance of the Holy City and meet a family with eight generations of history there, read why young Ethiopian immigrants to Israel now have a brighter future, tag along on Yael Eckstein's recent trip to visit the shrinking Jewish community in Morocco, and more.
The Jewish people celebrate a week-long Festival of Sukkot. Download your complimentary study and learn the connection between Sukkot and the act of giving thanks.
In this segment, Yifat Bardash talks about the Six-Day War in 1967 and how her father, who fought again, learned that Israel had reunited God's Holy City of Jerusaelm.
In this final segment, Yifat Bardash shares that her father at age 84 walks four miles to the Western Wall every Shabbat with his grandchildren as a journey of the heart.
Yifat Bardash begins the story of her family's journey to Jerusalem, beginning with her great-great-great grandfather, who left Russia in the late 1800s as a young man to come to the Holy Land seeking a better life.
In part 2, Yifat Bardash continues the story of her great-great-grandparents living in Jerusalem. For many years, Jews live peacefully together with their Arab neighbors, but those relationships began to change after World War I.
Yifat Bardash relates her father's experience as a young teen, joining the fight for Israel's independence in 1948.
In this selection from her book, Holy Land Reflections, Yael Eckstein shares the importance of celebrating Jerusalem Day to her family -- whose heritage dates back eight generations.
Listen as The Fellowship's Yonit Rothchild talks about the highlight of her aliyah (immigration to Israel) — the birth of her son in the holy city of Jerusalem.
Page 6 of 25