Watch the Soldiers of Breslev Israel and Emuna Outreach in one of their special missions, distributing material and spiritual goodies to the soldiers of the IDF on the Gaza Border, during Operation "Protective Edge" in the summer of 2014.
In 2004, an American talk-show host interviewed Rabbi Lazer Brody. He thought that it was rather novel to host a Chassidic rabbi on his show who was also a special-ops combat veteran of Israel's Defense Forces. The interviewer asked, "Rabbi Brody, what's your dream in life?"
"I want to make the word emuna even more internationally well-known than Coca Cola." That same year, Rabbi Lazer Brody took the first step in realizing his dream goal by founding Emuna Outreach.
For nine years, from August of 2004 until July of 2013, Emuna Outreach was virtually a one-man operation. With the help of dedicated volunteers and supporters around the globe, Rabbi Brody did his utmost in spreading the concept of emuna - pure and simple faith in The Almighty - in places where it was needed most: in combat zones, in prisons and in hospitals.
Tirelessly, Rabbi Brody personally spent extensive time with soldiers of the IDF on all of Israel's borders, teaching them how emuna enables them to function better under extreme stress. He regularly visited the wounded in rehabilitation centers and prison inmates in the process of rebuilding their lives. To places where he couldn't be personally, such as among the US Forces in Iraq and in Afghanistan, he'd send care packages of emuna books and CDs. Emuna Outreach has also worked extensively with the Aleph Institute, spreading emuna both in the American military and in the US prison system.
If that's not enough, Emuna Outreach sponsored emuna-awareness programs for as varied segments of the population as senior-citizens, toddlers and members of the International Noahide community, reaching as varied places as the Noahide communities in Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the native Americans of Texas, Tennessee, northern Canada and college campuses all across North America.
But the job just became too prodigious for one individual to handle. So, in July of 2013, Breslev Israel and Rabbi Shalom Arush, came to Rabbi Brody's assistance and took Emuna Outreach under their wing. No longer a one-man organization, Emuna Outreach hopes to spread emuna on an even greater scale.
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6. Emuna Outreach with senior citizens
8. Emuna Outreach with the Jerusalem Police
9. Emuna Outreach with Border Patrol in Hevron:
10. US Army Lt. Col. Yoni, the Brigade Chaplain of the US Army base in Bagram, Afghanistan:
11. Passover Seder on US Army base, Afghanistan, 2018 (5778):
12. Emuna Outreach's shipping manager preparing an emuna-care package for US soldiers in Afghanistan:
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