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Africa Bracelet Package (2153)

  • Comfort, O Comfort My People, photo book
    Meet the Beta Israel of Ethiopia. This beautiful coffee table book of photographs and stories chronicles Jewish Voice’s outreach to this lovely but impoverished people. See how your support has uplifted and helped the poorest of the poor Jewish people of Ethiopia.
  • Africa Bracelet
    This earthy bracelet will be a fashionable reminder of the work you support through Jewish Voice Ministries International. 

With your contribution of $120.00 or more

The Lost Tribes of Israel, Softcover Coffee Table Book Package (2154)

  • The Lost Tribes of Israel, 3rd Edition, softcover coffee table book
    A captivating mystery, the “Lost Tribes of Israel” have fascinated historians and biblical scholars for centuries. What happened to these Jewish people? Did they vanish entirely? Are they among us today, concealed and hidden? 
  • Lost Tribes Map, 3rd Edition
    See where communities of people from the “Lost Tribes of Israel” have been identified today. Trace the ancient Silk Route that many from the Ten Northern Tribes of Israel followed as they were dispersed by the Assyrians in 722 B.C. 
  • Comfort, O Comfort My People, photo book
  • Africa Bracelet

With your contribution of $225.00 or more

Prayer Shawl/Ethiopian Tallit Package (2155)

 

  • Handmade Ethiopian Tallit
    For centuries the prayer shawl, or tallit (tah-LEET), has been a part of Jewish worship. These beautiful prayer shawls are handmade by weavers among the Beta Israel in Ethiopia – in the very communities we help. 
  • The Lost Tribes of Israel, 3rd Edition, softcover coffee table book 
  • Lost Tribes Map, 3rd Editio
  • Comfort, O Comfort My People, photo book
  • Africa Bracelet

With your contribution of $100.00 or more

Large Silver Trimmed Shofar #3073

This beautiful Yemenite shofar is made of a Kudu horn and exquisitely adorned with handcrafted silver plated accents. The shofar is the trumpet of the Bible and was blown in Bible times to announce the beginnings of religious holidays, ceremonies, and even battle. Today, the shofar is sounded at Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur. Let this special shofar serve as a conversation starter and reminder of God calling our hearts to worship Him, the God of Israel who is ever faithful.