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Monday Devotional: A Place of Prayer

The Western Wall is a visible reminder of God's presence, His protection, and His provision for His people.

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4 Reasons Christians Stand for Israel

From God's promise to fulfilling prophecy, Yael explains why it is important for believers of the Bible to stand with the Jewish state and her people.

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Remembering Anne

In the minds of the world, Anne Frank will always be the teenage girl whose words have moved so many and one of the millions of Holocaust victims who died at the hands of the Nazis. But, to one woman Anne was a friend. Tomorrow would've been the young diarist's 89th birthday, and we bring you Epoch Times' Amelia Pang's story about Anne's childhood companion and what she has done in the decades since she lost her best friend.

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Over 200 New Immigrants Arrive Home on Fellowship Freedom Flights

New olim (immigrants) from areas as diverse as Brazil, Ukraine, and Argentina arrived in the Holy Land on Wings of Eagles, and 41 of them were children.

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Celebrating History’s Reversal in Rome

My husband and I took the trip to Rome this spring in honor of his birthday. I had searched for a place with rich Jewish history, one of my husband's great passions, and also good kosher food. Rome fit the bill and, with its short three-hour flight from Israel, made for the perfect quick getaway. The first thing we saw when we arrived at our hotel in Rome was a fountain. Rome is filled with fountains, but this one in particular, as we would later learn, has a special link to Rome's Jewish community.

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8 Fun Facts About Shavuot in Israel

Israelis will celebrate Shavuot this Sunday, and will eat cheesecake, celebrate their harvest, and study from the Torah. Our friends at Israel21c share eight fun facts about the holiday! And you can learn more on The Fellowship’s Shavuot resource page here.

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Jerusalem as It Was

As The Fellowship's tour of Israel continues, we share another story brought to you by our Chicago office writer who is on the tour!

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Learning to Appreciate My Family’s Holocaust History

I remember growing up in the United States and feeling embarrassed by my Eastern European parents. My mom and dad were born and raised in Romania, spoke English with a thick accent, ate foods I struggled to pronounce and didn't particularly care for, and were both baffled as to why their son . . .

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Holocaust Survivor, 83, Has Belated Bar Mitzvah to Remember Lost Family

The Jerusalem Postreports on one Holocaust survivor who missed out on celebrating his bar mitzvah, usually celebrated at age 13 for boys and a rite of passage, because the Holocaust robbed him of being able to practice his faith freely in his youth. While his whole family perished in the Holocaust, he finally was able to remember their lives by fulfilling one of his lifelong dreams.

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The Fellowship Wishes You a Happy Easter and Passover!

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.

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Why Jews Celebrate Queen Esther on Purim

The Fellowship's Ami Farkas shares why Esther is such an inspiring female character in the biblical story that Jews reflect on and read out loud during Purim , a holiday celebrated yesterday by Jews around the world.

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The Top 10 Most Romantic Places in Israel

Our friends at Israel21c share their favorite Valentine's Day spots to take your loved one.

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Monday Devotional: Paid in Full

May we always be motivated to give generously and live compassionately.

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Have a Happy Christmas from The Fellowship!

The Bridge blog is suspending activity December 23-25 for Christmas. We'll be back on Tuesday, December 26 with new updates and stories from our ministry. We wish a Merry Christmas to our Christian friends, and hope you enjoy this time with family and friends!

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Hanukkah: A Story of Faith

A Fellowship writer in Israel tells how the Hanukkah story is not just about a miraculous and historic victory in battle, but of the victory of faith we all can achieve.

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Why We Need the Sabbath More Than Ever

A Fellowship writer in Israel looks at the growing interest in the Sabbath - by Jews and Gentiles, alike - and how this time of rest is more important than ever.

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The Birth of the Jewish Nation

A look at how the Jewish nation began its formation, from God's promise to Abraham to the story of Jacob and Esau.

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Join Our Isaiah 58 “True Fast”

The Fellowship's Isaiah 58 "True Fast" allows churches of any size to participate in the "true fast" of giving food to others rather than simply giving up food. Learn how one church is turning to Genesis 12:3 for inspiration as they participate in this meaningful fast.

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Woken by the Sound of Silence

A Fellowship writer reminds us we cannot rest until Israel and her people are safe from dangerous rocket attacks, and relying on God is the first step.

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The Forefather of Our Faith

Abraham believed in peoples' ability to change and to improve, and he grasped that God created man to illustrate His kindness, as opposed to His wrath.

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The Many Meanings of Sukkot

Besides completing two important cycles on the Jewish calendar, Sukkot marks Israel's annual plea to God for rain and sustenance, and serves as a time for families to fellowship and thank our Lord.

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