Michele Bachmann

Michele Bachmann and Yael Eckstein

“Israel is being a blessing to the nations through the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. We are partnering together because we love the same God, we love the same Bible, and we agree with that admonition if we see someone suffering, we’re going to give them a cup of cold water. We’re going to give them food. We’re going to bind up their broken hearts and their suffering and we’re going to bind up their wounds. And from a practical point of view, how do we do that? We do it through organizations like The Fellowship.”

“What I love about the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is that love is the foundation stone of the organization. It is love for the least of those, who can’t even afford to buy food, who are suffering to an extent that they’re cold, they’re hungry, they don’t have food, they’re widows, they’re orphans. They need clothing. They need food, and they need to have their health taken care of. And this organization does all of that.”

“And it’s an opportunity for those of us who believe in this mission that we can come together, and we can donate whatever we have so that we can truly fulfill out that biblical mandate of blessing Israel.”

“I have a tremendous love for Israel, and great admiration for the Israeli people. This is why I’m partnering with Israel’s largest provider of humanitarian aid, and the premier organization building bridges between Christians and Jews, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.” – Former U.S. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann 

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