In the Diaspora of Their Churches
The Stand and See Fellowship is meant to be anything but virtual. Immersive, intensive, in-person learning, which engages Israel as ...
Birthright While Black
What one Birthright participant learned from her first trip to Israel
Should it be so Hard to Condemn the Murder of Ari Fuld?
On the one hand – “Thou Shalt not Murder” but on the other hand – “He who comes to kill you, rise up first to kill him”.
For an African American Jew, Jerusalem Was a Dream
How the Israel of her childhood imagination became both real and beloved.
Abayudaya Leader to Israelis: “We Are Your Brothers and Sisters”
Rabbi Gershom Sizomu reflects on his recent visit to Israel.
Martin Luther King’s Forgotten Visit to the Holy Land
What we can learn from MLK's most important trip of his life
The Class I Almost Couldn’t Teach
Even experienced educators can get intimidated by the "I" word.
A Century Since Balfour: Israel and the Trap of Over-Simplifying
100 years since the Balfour Declaration
Feeling the Love in Israel
Make for yourself a teacher, acquire a friend, and judge every person favorably. (Pirkei Avot 1:6)