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First Transport of Jews to Auschwitz Was 997 Young Slovak Women

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First Transport of Jews to Auschwitz Was 997 Young Slovak Women

A new book explains how young women were deceived during the Holocaust, so that they would show up for the first transport of Jews to Auschwitz.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: Remember Where You’ve Come From

Whether we have come through difficulties in life or have lived in relative comfort and ease, we can't forget about those less fortunate than us.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: The Berit Principle

David chose, willingly, to establish a berit (covenant) between himself and his people, ensuring that his rule would be just.

The front gate of Auschwitz

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75 Years Ago, Auschwitz was Liberated — How the World Is Remembering

Even as the number of Holocaust survivors dwindles, we are inspired to know the world hasn’t forgotten and that the 75th anniversary of Auschwitz’s liberation is being commemorated by many across the globe.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: Sound Advice

Take advantage of the older people in your life – those who have so much to share from their rich life experiences.

On the Frontlines of Faith Quiz

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On the Frontlines of Faith Quiz

On January 20th, we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960s. But did you know that the Jewish community was standing on the frontlines of faith along with Dr. King? Test your knowledge today.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: Like a Fish Out of Water

Plenty of people seem just fine living without God in their lives. They don’t seem to be suffering at all.

Close up of hand pointing to text in the Torah

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God Guides the Humble

We need to empty ourselves of prideful thoughts and humble ourselves before God.

Holocaust Survivors at Western Wall for Hanukkah Candle Lighting

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Holocaust Survivors at Western Wall for Hanukkah Candle Lighting

As many as 100 Holocaust survivors gathered at the Western Wall last week to light a Hanukkah candle and celebrate and express their faith, reports the Jerusalem Post.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: Spiritual Victories!

Nothing is too difficult for our God. God alone can preserve a nation, a people, a faith, and an individual.

Elderly Holocaust survivor sitting next to a small gold Menorah

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At Hanukkah, Holocaust Survivors Keep Memories Alive

From New York to Moscow, Holocaust survivors are joining together in cities around the world to light the Hanukkah menorah, reports the Times of Israel.

Monday Devotional: Our Children, Our Future

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Monday Devotional: Be a Source of Illumination

We add more goodness and more godliness into the world until evil has no place in it.

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