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The Curious Case of the Missing Index Card

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The Curious Case of the Missing Index Card

To save the life of a friend's wife during the Holocaust, a doctor in Belgrade made her name disappear.

Faces of The Fellowship: Dennis

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Faces of The Fellowship: Dennis

Dennis was never hugged as a child. His mother abandoned him at birth, and he spent his first three and a half years neglected and unloved in a Russian orphanage. Dennis became an introverted little boy with occasional outbursts of rage. Learn how The Fellowship helped.

Project Spotlight: Bat Melech

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Project Spotlight: Bat Melech

Bat Melech, a Fellowship-supported shelter for battered women and children, provides a vital refuge for those who have nowhere else to turn. We recently received this heartfelt letter from the shelter’s chairman and director.

Stone Workshop Discovered Near Where Jesus Turned Water Into Wine

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Stone Workshop Discovered Near Where Jesus Turned Water Into Wine

According to Jewish tradition, stone can never be ritually impure, so stoneware was popular among Jews in the Roman era. Watch now to see what archaeologists have to say about the site where this stoneware was produced during Jesus' time!

So Many Miracles

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So Many Miracles

The story of poor Polish farmers who risked all they had to shelter a Jewish family during the Holocaust.

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