In Parshas Shemos, God chooses Moshe Rabbeinu to become the leader of Klal Yisroel. The importance of leadership in government, business, and every facet of society cannot be overstated. The shelves of our bookstores
Jealousy is defined as “feeling resentment against someone because of their success or advantages.” Judaism has much to say about this feeling, and the particular sin, when acting upon this emotion in a specific manner.
You have taken on the task of starting up or running a nonprofit. You have a cause that you fully believe in, and you want to do what’s best for the beneficiaries. This is a noble endeavor, and here’s wishing you all the best. So, how do you raise
How do great fundraisers raise much more than average guys? They make sure, each and every time they ask for a donation, to make their request: SIMPLE URGENT EMOTIONAL (Here we're just talking about the actual last part of the fundraising process called the “ASK.”)
Every outreach professional knows that his job is not done until he sees his student standing under the chuppah, about to establish a Torah home. At the same time, marriage and married life brings with it many delicate halachic questions for the kiruv professional.
Already well before the outreach movement gained momentum, b’nei Torah moved to out-of-town communities with the berachos of Torah leadership. Each case required its own query, each answer tailor-made to the circumstances of the
Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, MD introduces the importance of studying Pirkei Avos in his book, Visions of the Fathers (page 2): Pirkei Avos – Ethics of the Fathers – is the favorite tractate of the Talmud. Although one is not to show