Yael’s Holy Land Reflections

Yael’s Holy Land Reflections

Yael Eckstein and Rabbi Eckstein spread joy at IDF base, January 2019

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

A Legacy of Joy

I invite you to honor my father’s memory by doing something to bring someone else joy, increasing God’s light in the world and bringing joy into your own life, as well.

Olive trees in Israel illustrate Tu B'Shvat

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

The Promise of a New Season

If God can bring fruit from seemingly lifeless trees, I know He can turn around any situation — including the difficult one we find ourselves in right now.

Remembering Holocaust with view from gates of Kaufering, Dachau concentration camp

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Remembering a Dark Past, Ensuring a Bright Future

As we remember the victims of the Holocaust, let us find comfort in knowing that the Jewish people have faithful friends today, and knowing that as God’s people return to their biblical homeland, prophecy is being fulfilled.

Yael Eckstein speaking at Fellowship event for emergency responders

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Part of a Greater Whole

A recent event recognizing Israeli emergency medical responders who you helped equip showed me that we each have a unique role to play in God’s plan, but are united in this amazing partnership.

Yael Eckstein and family watch sunrise on beach last year, 2020

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

A New Perspective for a New Year

May we continue to be God’s faithful messengers in this new year and learn from the lessons of the past year, so that the coming year will be our best one yet!

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