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Yael Eckstein

President & CEO

Based in Jerusalem with her husband and their four children, Yael Eckstein oversees all ministry programs for The Fellowship and serves as the international spokesperson.

Yael Eckstein is the author of three books:

Helping impoverished Jews who escaped death during the
Holocaust live out their final years with dignity.

“Bless Israel really gives me a good perspective on the work and heart of The Fellowship. Yael Eckstein shines the light on the Christian based side of the ministry in a way I’ve not heard before.” 

Mike Trout
General Manager
KDIA-AM 1640
San Francisco, CA


International Fellowship of Christians and Jews®

In 1983, beloved founder of The Fellowship, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, heard God’s call. God told him to reach out and build bridges between Christians and Jews, two faiths that for far too long had lived with mistrust and animosity. The calling took root and grew in the hearts of Christian leaders and millions of Christian supporters around the world. The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews was born from God’s calling upon Rabbi Eckstein. After Rabbi Eckstein’s passing in 2019, his daughter, Yael Eckstein became The Fellowship’s President and CEO and is carrying on her father’s vision and mission.

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is the leading non-profit building bridges between Christians and Jews, blessing Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and life-saving aid.

“Thank you, Christian radio! You are an important part of our Fellowship family. Your partnership has allowed us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and fulfill biblical prophecies for such a time as this. With your help, we will continue this holy work until the time that the “sound of weeping and of crying will be heard in [Jerusalem] no more” (Isaiah 65:19).

— Yael Eckstein


Bless Israel: Weekly 26:00

Holy Land Moments: Daily :60 and 2:00

Today in the Holy Land: Daily :60


Greetings from The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews