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Yael explores the history and meaning of Shavuot, and what both Jews and Christians can learn from this holiday known as the “Festival of Harvest.”
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Rejoicing in 40 Years of Serving God and His People
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Helping Mikhail

Mikhail is a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor with a very difficult life behind him—but hope for th
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Rejoice in All the Good Things

In this photo taken in 1937, Jewish children in pre-state Jerusalem celebrate Shavuot by bringing their firstfruits to the Holy City.

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Nourish Your Biblical Roots Podcast Episode 95 Why We Should All Celebrate Jerusalem Day

Why We Should All Celebrate Jerusalem Day

This week, Jews in Israel celebrate Jerusalem Day — Yom Yerushalayim — commemorating the miraculous reunification of God’s Holy City in 1967. In this episode, Yael explores the spiritual significance of Jerusalem and why its historical reunification following the Six-Day War in 1967 is so important.

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