Flow of Blessings
Streams of Blessing flows out to areas of Israeli society that are not covered by any other project. This project assists Israelis from all walks of life. It is open to all disadvantaged and forgotten. Included are the extremely poor and needy, elderly, Red Army War Veteran, WWI victims of war (other than concentration camps), and a host of other areas within Israeli society of people in need. They usually have no other place to turn to for help in the time of their need
Streams of Blessing conducts personal home visits which touch lives of those to whom we aid and minister. Also, their family, neighbors close-by and friends come to know about the ministry as word of mouth spreads from home to home. CFI’s thirty years or touching lives has left a testimonial in my Jewish hearts to pave the Highway of Holiness to Zion which is being built for the Lord’s return. Healing is the essence of our work in Jewish hearts in the Land. (more…)
One cannot change history…
The annual Holocaust Victims Remembrance Day is commemorated on January 27. In 1945, it was the day when the largest Nazi concentration and death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, was liberated. To the surprise of many, recent political views from Poland tried to minimize the significance of this year’s commemoration.
It is well documented that six of the Nazi extermination camps were built in Poland─Auschwitz-Birkenau being the largest and most well-known. In the period of six years, from 1941 to 1945, over 3.0 million Polish Jews were exterminated. About 1.9 million non-Jewish Poles were killed, as well. After seventy-three years since WW2 ended, it is hard to comprehend the death and destruction the war caused all over Europe and beyond. (more…)
The Civil War months in Mandatory Palestine
The Hadassah Medical Center (est. in 1934, fourteen years before the state of Israel) operates two university hospitals (Ein Kerem and Mount Scopus), as well as, schools of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and pharmacology, affiliated with the Hebrew University. Its declared mission is to extend a hand to all, without regard to race, religion or origin. (more…)