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Moving Beyond ‘I’m Sorry’

Selichot is a book of prayers and supplications for forgiveness recited by Jews during the High Holy Days, a vital part of repentance.

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A New Love for the New Year

A Fellowship writer now living in Israel tells how a secular celebration led him to find pride in Rosh Hashanah.

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Where Is the World Headed?

As incidents of anti-Semitism and hatred worry many that the ugly past is repeating itself, we have the opportunity to do things differently.

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Mourning a Temple We Never Knew

Tisha B'Av is a day when the Jewish people mourn the destruction of the First and Second Temples, holy places no one today ever experienced, but which are every bit as important to our faith as they were to those who lived millennia ago.

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The Power of Amen

A prayer made at a Shabbat dinner illustrates the power of a familiar word, and the power of coming together to talk to God.

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Israeli Tennis Player Scores Shocking Win at Wimbledon

Dudi Sela advances to the third round with an amazing come-from-behind win.

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Monday Devotional: A Ticket to Heaven

We need not be perfect, but we need to be perfectly honest.

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Our Journey Home

This past weekend was a very special one for me and my family. It was our first Shabbat (Sabbath) in our new home and community. At long last, after eight years of living in Israel, we have moved into a home of our own. 

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Mensches on Motorcycles

This summer, a group of Jewish bikers is using its annual ride to raise money for Holocaust awareness.

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The Giving of God’s Living, Loving Word

The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes that on the holiday of Shavuot, we experience the giving of the Torah in a personal way, welcoming God's eternal message into our hearts.

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Israel’s Ever-Shifting Sands

A Fellowship writer living in Israel says that we must face change with faith instead of fear, so that it will change our lives and world for the better.

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Four Reasons King David Chose Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

While we take it for granted that David captured Jerusalem and made it Israel's capital, we need to remember that at the time this was a surprising move. No judge or king had established any capital, let alone one in a place that was difficult to conquer. Why did David choose Jerusalem? Jewish scholars and historians suggest four reasons.

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Why Israelis Need to Know That Christians Care

A Fellowship writer explains to two young Israelis that Christians around the world care for Israel and the Jewish people, and why this bond is so important.

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My Grandfather’s Holocaust Story

As Jews around the world observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on April 24, Yonit Rothchild, a writer working with The Fellowship in Israel, shares the moving story of her grandfather, a Holocaust survivor. In this segment, his story begins.

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My Grandfather’s Holocaust Story: The Slow Journey to Freedom

As Jews around the world observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on April 24, Yonit Rothchild, a writer working with The Fellowship in Israel, shares the moving story of her grandfather, a Holocaust survivor. In this segment, he realizes that true freedom is a process. 

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My Grandfather’s Holocaust Story: Max’s Life and Legacy

In the final segment of this moving series of her grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, Fellowship writer Yonit Rothchild shares the legacy of Max Grinblatt's life that his story be told...

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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem!

Mayor Nir Barkat invites you to celebrate the 50 anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Listen to the voices of modern day Jerusalem as they share why they love this sacred city.

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Our Passover Journey

The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes about the importance of passing along the meaning of Passover - and in turn passing along faith - to the next generation.

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Lessons from a 520-Year-Old Tree

Tonight at sundown the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shvat begins. Also known as the New Year of the Trees, this day is a time to celebrate God’s created world. In honor of Tu B’ShvatTimes of Israel blogger Rachel Sharansky Danziger penned a lovely reflection on the significance and lessons of the ancient trees in Israel.

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When Did Anti-Semitism Begin?

Tomorrow is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time set aside by the United Nations to remember this dark time in our global history. January 27 was chosen as that was the date of the liberation of the notorious Nazi death camp at Auschwitz in 1945. We created a booklet, Never Forget, Never Again, to highlight lessons of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism and help bring understanding to the horrific realities of genocide and terrorism today.

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Watch: The Most Beautiful Song About the Ingathering of the Exiles

Watch Kippalive, an a cappella band, sing their song "We Are Home," which is about their journey home to Israel. The song is a remake of “500 Miles” by Hedy West, and explains the beautiful journey of aliyah (immigration to Israel) that many Jews make every year to their biblical homeland, Israel.

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