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Missionary & Trainer
Yoel Ben David has believed in Jesus since July, 2001. Yoel was born in Israel although he was raised in Europe. His mother is Jewish and is from Morocco; his father, who is not Jewish, hails from Scotland. Yoel speaks, reads and writes English, French and Hebrew fluently.
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Passover has rich historical significance, but its message of freedom can still change lives today—even yours! Find out more.
I had not even considered including God in my recently obsessive hand washing ritual. Pesach is a great reminder that this can be a beautiful spiritual practice.
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