As we remember the terrible legacy of the Holocaust, we act to create a legacy of hope that provides Holocaust survivors in Israel and the former Soviet Union with a measure of peace and comfort in their twilight years.
In the noisy and politically charged world we find ourselves in today, let us remember that works of man rise and fall, but that true freedom is found in trusting in God. Only then will we truly understand what it means to "live in safety and be at ease."
As I reflect on this extraordinary year — one of challenges and opportunities, of conflict and reconciliation, of tragedy and blessed miracles — I want to thank you for supporting The Fellowship's work, done in partnership with the God we serve, that continues to be a source of hope for so many.
This week has reminded us of the painful fact that Israel faces enemies on all sides. But the IDF's current campaign, Operation Northern Shield, reminds me of the eternal biblical promise: Israel and the men and women who fight to defend her have on their side the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Hanukkah is an inspiring story of God's protection and provision, which Jewish people commemorate by lighting menorahs. And as I light the candles this Hanukkah I will give thanks for your support of...
When we cultivate thankfulness by cultivating gratitude toward God, the One Who made us and sustains us, that gratitude — for the smallest blessings, as well as the largest — will follow us throughout our lives.
Today Israel faced the familiar, unwelcomed news: Rockets fired from Gaza. Code red sirens sounding — some as far away as the Dead Sea and Hebron. Classes canceled. Multiple Israelis injured. As Hamas terrorists unleash their latest attack on Israel, while threatening to fire rockets on Jerusalem, I am encouraged by your faithful support and prayers for Israel and her people.
The attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue that killed 11 Jews and another that killed seven Christians in Egypt this week remind us of the importance of The Fellowship's work providing protection, security, and aid to Christians and Jews alike around the world.
I write from a deeply broken heart, grieving over the horrific massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. But my message to you today is not only a message of heartbreak – it is a message of hope.