A planned neo-Nazi march in Montana this past weekend was a reminder that blatant anti-Semitism is still alive today. And it reminds us all, as people who believe in the same God of peace and love, that we must join together to fight hatred and injustice.
This weekend's upcoming "peace summit" in Paris is overshadowed by the United Nations' recent anti-Israel resolution and last week's terrorist attack that killed four IDF cadets. For there to truly be peace, the Palestinians' – and the world's – ongoing hostility toward the Jewish state must change.
This new year will be filled with great challenges – the U.N.'s anti-Israel actions, uncertain relations between Israel and the U.S., and rising anti-Semitism around the world. But I am inspired not only by the good that The Fellowship and our generous supporters are doing, but by our faith in…
Let us be strong and courageous. God has not forsaken His people. We must remain as certain of Israel's future as we are of her past. That past is a story written by God Himself – and the future, too, is in God hands.
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