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Meet Lt. Col. Yoni Zagdanski, Brigade Chaplain, US Army

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Above image: Lt. Colonel (then Major) Yoni Zagdanski in Bagram, Afghanistan, this past April - the mountains in the background are Taliban country

Emuna Outreach and I were delighted eralier this week to host Lt. Col. Yoni Zagdanski, Regiment Chaplain, US Army, who just returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan, right on the edge of Taliban country. In this moving 4-minute clip, he tells what Emuna Outreach means to him.

How would you like to help us bring the light of emuna to American soldiers in Afghanistan? Imagine what your rewards are Above in encouraging an IDF soldier on the Gaza or Syrian border and strengthening him with the power of emuna. Think about how much gratification you bring to Hashem when it was your help that enabled us to send an emuna book to someone in solitary confinement in a Texas prison who was just about to commit suicide. One life? With emuna, you're saving lives every day! These stories are only the tip of the Emuna Outreach iceberg; that's the power of emuna.

You too can be a full partner in all of this and help Rabbi Arush and our staff in spreading emuna around the world. Donate to Emuna Outreach. Rabbi Arush asked me to convey his heartfelt gratitude to each of our cherished supporters, and blesses you with everything good in material and spiritual abundance, amen!


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Perhaps @LCZagdanski would invite you to his base (Germany?) for live shiurim - like you did at Fort Hood one summer?

Since you'll anyway be going to the Ukraine for Rosh HaShanah, the transportation cost would be minimum.

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