Fellowship Blog

Monday Devotional: Finish with Faith

Even when our faith falters, let us return to this prayer and finish with faith.

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When Holocaust Survivors Join Students in Theater Class

Writing at the Times of Israel, Rich Tenorio tells us more about a Holocaust documentary by filmmaker Oren Rudavsky called ‘Witness Theater’ that puts high schoolers and Holocaust survivors in conversation with one another for powerful storytelling.

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Monday Devotional: A Fountain of Faith

We all have the ability to be a fountain of faith for our family, friends, and community.

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Doctors Deliver 21 Babies at Fellowship-Supported Hospital During Attacks

Even while rockets were raining down on Israel earlier this week, all of these precious babies were safely delivered in the fortified delivery room that Fellowship friends around the world helped to fund at Barzilai Hospital!

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Fellowship Supporters Provide Protective Vests to Israel’s First Response Volunteers

After hundreds of rockets were fired at Israel, a ceasefire has been reached. We are so thankful Fellowship supporters came to Israel’s aid when she needed it most.

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Austria’s Oldest Holocaust Survivor Dies at 106

He will be remembered for his courage and strength to tell his story, educating younger generations on one of the darkest chapters in history.

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Monday Devotional: An Exercise in Faith

Faith is something that needs to be cultivated throughout our lives.

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92-Year-Old WWII Rescuer Meets the Jews She Saved During the Holocaust

After all these years, Melpomeni Dina had a chance to meet the Israeli siblings who she helped save during the Holocaust reports CBN News.

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Monday Devotional: Two Become One

God promises that He will bring His people back to Israel, and there, they will be one nation, with one king and one God.

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11 Biblical Experiences in Israel You’ll Never Forget

In the Holy Land, you can walk in the footsteps of the Bible.

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Prophecy – What It Is, and What It Isn’t

We marvel at how history has unfolded just as God promised it would in the Bible, and find comfort in knowing that while we might not know God’s plan, we know He has a plan — and everything is happening exactly as it should.

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‘It’s Good for Us Here’

Since war broke out between pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian government five years ago, the Onyshchenko family, who are Jewish, have endured one crisis after another.

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‘In Israel, I Feel Like I’m Treated Equally’

A trusted Fellowship partner shares his personal story of making aliyah (immigrating to Israel) and the freedom he experiences in the Holy Land.

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Rose Schindler Keeps Sharing her Holocaust Story

Even though she’s nearing 90, Rose Schindler keeps telling students about her Holocaust story.

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Pittsburgh Victims Remembered at Anniversary Ceremony with Tears and Prayers

The Jewish community in Pittsburgh came together this weekend to remember the one-year anniversary of the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue that claimed 11 lives.

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Monday Devotional: No Matter What

Even when it is hard to see, God finds a way into our lives and serves as a sanctuary for us even until the ends of the earth.

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Monday Devotional: Living in God’s Embrace

God is always with us, but it's up to us to be aware of His presence and make it felt.

Stand For Israel

Sukkot Blessings from Stand For Israel

Stand for Israel is suspending activity October 14 for Sukkot, the biblical Feast of Tabernacles.

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The Fellowship Wishes You a Happy Sukkot!

The Fellowship blog is suspending activity October 14 for Sukkot, the biblical Feast of Tabernacles.

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Holocaust Survivors Reunite in Israel After 75 Years

After spending years apart and believing each other had been killed by the Nazis, two friends and Holocaust survivors reunite after 75 years reports the Times of Israel.

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Monday Devotional: Saying I’m Sorry

Saying “I’m sorry” is the most critical and powerful step in repentance and forgiveness.

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