We Won’t Let You Down

While a move to the Holy Land – and an escape from lands of anti-Semitism, violence, and poverty – may sound exciting, it is still a move, and can be intimidating for new olim (immigrants to Israel). Speaking to a group of olim recently, I shared my own story of aliyah, while assuring these children of God that they are part of the Fellowship family and can always count on The Fellowship and our faithful friends for assistance.


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I was blessed to have a father like Rabbi Eckstein, and I pray that I can follow his example as an effective leader, humble servant of God, and loving parent. But this Father’s Day I will also give thanks for our heavenly Father, who loves us with an everlasting love for all of eternity.

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