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Rabbi Yosef Kaufman
What We Had and What We Lost:  In the times of the Beis HaMikdash, when there was prophecy and open miracles, a tangible experience of a relationship with G-d was available to everyone. Once the (Read More)
Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
At the heart of great leadership is influence, as in the ability to influence others to do what needs to get done. In a piece written for Forbes, Kevin Kruse defines leadership as “a process of social influence, which (Read More)

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Rabbi Yitzchak Goldestuf
Recently, a group of kiruv professionals from one organization met with Rav Chaim Kanievsky Shlit”a. This organization offers a range of kiruv programs for unobservant young men in the mornings, evenings or weekends (depending on interest). As is known, in our generation the (Read More)
Rabbi Avraham Edelstein
There are no special mitzvos of outreach. All of the mitzvos that relate to outreach are simply extensions of the concern that we must have for the spiritual well-being of our fellow Jew in general, whether or not he is observant. There are numerous Torah-based and rabbinically (Read More)
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