The Journal

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
In November of 1999, Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski published a book entitled, “It’s Not As Tough At Home As You Think.” On page 2, he writes, “Earlier this century the average life span was under forty. Today it is twice that…In 1917 the flu epidemic killed hundreds of thousands of people. Today, with antibiotics and vaccines, major epidemics are rare.” (Read More)
Rabbi Avraham Edelstein
The Kiruv Movement fails to take advantage of the valuable studies done on the Jewish community at the cost of tens of millions of dollars. Many of these studies point to practical programming opportunities that would change and upgrade the way we do Kiruv. One common denominator to all studies is that most Jews – even intermarried ones (Read More)

Featured Posts

Rabbi Dr. Nachum Amsel
The Three Weeks between the 17th of Tammuz and the 9th of Av are the low point in the Jewish calendar, marked by commemorations of tragedies that befell the Jewish people throughout their history. The most central of these are the destruction of the First and Second Temples, both occurring on the Ninth of Av. The second destruction (Read More)
Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
Hey there. It's Naphtali. I’m putting the finishing touches on my much-anticipated Back to School Boot Camp, which I will be co-presenting together with uber-talented educational coach Etti Siegel, MSEd. This Boot Camp will bring together aspiring and experienced educators who want to augment their professional tool kits (Read More)
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