What children, teens and adults write to God.
Listen to a selection of Dear God Letters from children and teens. Just say, “Alexa, open Western Wall Letters,” or “Alexa, start Western Wall Letters.” (Free!)
Or purchase the collectible edition: A witty and inspirational collection of messages to the Western Wall from children and adults seeking guidance, support, acceptance and a spiritual pipeline to God.
Paperback: 112 pages. $10.00 + s/h
“When Joyce Starr’s phone rings at 3 a.m., it’s usually someone with an urgent message for the Man Upstairs. Starr, a Middle East analyst and author of several books on that region, is not possessed of spiritual powers. But her home is connected by fax to the Western Wall of Jerusalem…Starr acknowledges that the book is an odd undertaking for an academic, but believes that making the Western Wall messages more accessible to everyone will promote harmony throughout the region and the world.” – Laura Goldstein, Washington Post Magazine
“I have read it with amusement and admiration for the insight and wisdom it contains. This book will be very helpful to me, and I am sure to others in the days ahead.” – John Cardinal O’Connor, Archbishop of New York
“This is a most unique little collection.” – Pat Robertson, Chairman, CBN
“FAXES TO GOD, is far from the cut-and-dried world of politics and international diplomacy. It is a collection of the wishes, dreams, and hopes that people from across the world sent through the unique service provided by Bezeq [Israeli Telephone Company]. Starr is known as a dignified former White House staffer, the former director of her department at a respected Washington, D. C. think tank, and a persistent organizer of meetings and conferences about the Middle East’s water problems.” – Allison Kaplan, Jerusalem Post
“Dr. Joyce Starr, the author of Faxes to God, has worked tirelessly on various projects in Israel, among them Neot Kedumim, a living biblical reserve which literally brings the Bible to life. I have admired Joyce’s work over the years, and hope that you, your friends and your community will enjoy her latest endeavor.” – Ambassador Avi Granot, Israel