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Monday Devotional: Bring Us Back, Father

When it feels like God is stopping us in our tracks, it’s because He is steering us in another direction.

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Holocaust Survivor Marks 104th Birthday at Western Wall with 400 Descendants

Auschwitz survivor, Shoshanna, celebrates her 104th birthday at the Western Wall with her whole family.

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Monday Devotional: Beginning a New Day

A new light is ready to come into the world and into our lives every day.

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Let’s Make Israeli Halva!

Watch now to learn how to make delicious Israeli halva!

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Israeli Researchers Produce Sustainable Bioplastics With Algae

Now, Israeli researchers are working on a way to use seawater algae to make biodegradable plastics reports NoCamels, helping to combat harmful plastic waste in our oceans.

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Monday Devotional: Give Me Strength

Just as God was able to help Abraham achieve a miraculous victory, God would also help His people in the future.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Vladimir and Sofia

“Life has improved,” Vladimir, a Fellowship recipient says. “I am grateful to The Fellowship.”

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Holocaust Survivor Buys Hospital Bed for Oldest Living Righteous Among Nations

A hero of the Holocaust, Krystyna Danko is one of the oldest rescuers still alive. Recently, a Holocaust survivor wanted to show her recognition for her selflessness and courage many years ago reports the Jerusalem Post.

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Monday Devotional: Hidden Treasures

There are some treasures that we can only attain in the darkness; some riches we can only find in hidden places.

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Oregon Enacts Law Requiring Public Schools to Teach Holocaust Education

Teachers at Oregon public schools will now be required to teach students about the Holocaust and other genocides after a bill was passed on Monday reports the Algemeiner.

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Monday Devotional: The Lord Is Your Shadow

The greatest kindness that we can do for ourselves is to be profusely kind to everyone else!

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Monday Devotional: Step Out of the Darkness

The worst kind of darkness in the world is the kind where "No one could see anyone else." It's the kind of darkness that blinds us to the people around us.

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At Auschwitz, An Exhibit Takes an Unprecedented Look at Religion and Survival

Discover the stories of 21 survivors in “Through the Lens of Faith” who held on to their faith during and after experiencing the horrors of Auschwitz.

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Monday Devotional: Choosing Freedom

God wants us to be free. He wants us to know that only He is our master and that we are free to become whomever we choose.

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This Holocaust Survivor’s Tapestries Show Her ‘Affirmation Of Life’

Ted Comet hosts tours through his home, which displays the tapestries his late wife and Holocaust survivor created.

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Monday Devotional: Cherishing the Elderly

The elderly are a gift that we must honor and cherish as long as we are blessed to have them in our lives.

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A Must-See Exhibit: ‘Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.’

Inside this new exhibit in New York City, you’ll find 20 galleries with more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs reports JNS.

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Monday Devotional: City of the Great King

God is able to protect and defend us and will be our guide to the end of our lives.

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Holocaust Survivor Meets with US Veteran Who Liberated Her Camp

After all these years, Holocaust survivor Sophie Tajch Klisman had a chance to meet a U.S. veteran who helped liberate her camp reports the Times of Israel.

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Monday Devotional: ‘By My Spirit’

Remember that it is not by our own efforts, but by God’s enabling Spirit, we are able to accomplish His purposes.

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In ‘Hidden Years,’ A Story of Love, Family, and the Holocaust

Writing at The Forward, Liam Hoare interviews Anna Goldenberg to discuss her debut book, “Hidden Years,” which tells of her family’s history and “how the Holocaust shaped them.”

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