A gentleman named Johnny recently sent us a photo of his son surrounded by the Fellowship materials that his family uses during their devotion time. Johnny wrote: "This is my son. He is a funny boy, as you can see. My family and I worship the Lord every day, in prayer, music, and singing. I teach my kids how important Israel is to the Lord, and how important it is for us as children of God to support Israel in prayer and financially. You are all a blessing to me and my family."
We want to wish a happy Passover to all our Jewish friends and a happy Easter to all our Christian friends! In observance of the holiday, we'll be taking tomorrow off, but we'll be back on Monday with more updates from the Holy Land.
Laurie Simkovich, a Fellowship staff member based in Chicago, recently traveled to Israel, where she visited several of the projects you make possible with your generous support.
Writing at The Jerusalem Post, Jacob Goff Klein reports that The Fellowship's latest Freedom Flight arrived on the 70 anniversary of the U.N.'s vote to recognize the state of Israel. This flight on November 29 brought 201 immigrants home!
After his recent bridge-building trip to South Korea, Rabbi Eckstein was encouraged for the nation's support for the Jewish state and the Jewish people.
More than 70 years after WWII ended, The Fellowship helped 45 survivors of the Holocaust at long last celebrate their bar and bat mitzvahs at the holiest site in Judaism.
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