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Daily Devotionals

We Have No Excuse

May 24, 2024
We have no excuse. If we are aware of persecution anywhere in the world at any time, we are responsible.
Yael Eckstein holding the hand of an elderly woman.

Giving Dignity

May 23, 2024
We are living in very difficult times right now across the globe. Many people have fallen on hard times, and asking for help from others can make a difficult situation even harder.

This Is the Day!

May 22, 2024
Every day is a chance to be kind and bring more joy to the world. Every day is a day that we will never have back.

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Hebrew Words

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Radio Shows

His Children to Care For

May 24, 2024
Today, The Fellowship’s C.J. Burroughs shares the story of a German doctor who saved Jewish lives through his medical work fighting disease.

If You Really Want to Help People

May 23, 2024
On today’s program, Fellowship Ambassador Bishop Paul Lanier tells faithful supporter of Israel, Mike Huckabee, about how The Fellowship truly helps the people of Israel.

Incredible Impact of the Fellowship

May 22, 2024
Today, Fellowship Ambassador Bishop Paul Lanier continues his conversation with faithful supporter of Israel, Mike Huckabee, about the remarkable impact that The Fellowship has while meeting the basic needs of Israelis.

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What Is Passover?

Over the past 3,000 years, Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) has endured as one of the most celebrated and widely observed Jewish holidays.

What Is Yom HaShoah?

This year, beginning sundown on April 17th and ending sundown, April 18th, Israel and Jews worldwid

What is Hanukkah?

At Hanukkah, Jews commemorate the victory of the Maccabees over the Greek/Syrian forces of King Antiochus in the year 165 B.C.E. That regime sought to impose paganism on the Jewish people. They put a pagan idol, Zeus, in the Temple, and forced Jews to eat non-kosher food.

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Matzah Ball Soup

Matzah balls are more traditionally known as knaydelach (Yiddish for dumplings). Matzah ball soup is generally a very thin chicken broth with two or three ping-pong-ball sized matzah balls (or sometimes one very large matzah ball) and is a staple at all Jewish holidays.

Let’s Make Latkes!

On Hanukkah, it is traditional to eat foods made with oil in commemoration of the miracle of the menorah. When the Jews reached the Temple, they only found one jar of olive oil, enough to keep the eternal flame of the menorah lit for one day. In faith, they lit the menorah, and miraculously, the flame lasted for eight nights until more pure oil could be found.


Hummus is a traditional dish in Israel that is packed with fiber which makes it more filling and satisfying. Hummus is also rich with ingredients that help fight inflammation and the high protein content can improve your bone, muscle, skin, and blood health. It’s also something that Israelis and Jewish people love to eat because it’s so delicious!

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