With winter officially underway, Rabbi Binyomin Zev Karman, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development at the Yeshiva of South Shore, has recently completed and released a new set of pertinent Mashiv Haruach booklets on chinuch.org. All of Rabbi Karman’s booklets (see the links below) are based on the psak of
“And you will return to the Lord your God, and listen to His voice, according to everything that I command you today; you and your children, with all your heart and all your soul.” Devarim 30:2 Jewish communities worldwide are bracing for an unprecedented teshuvah movement on the heels of Wells Fargo Bank’s CEO
With Elul right around the corner, Rabbi Binyomin Zev Karman, director of curriculum and professional development at the Yeshiva of South Shore, has recently completed and released a new set of pertinent Yom Tov booklets on chinuch.org. They include a new
A cutting-edge software engineer related at my Shabbos table that the reason he become Jewishly observant was that his profession made him feel antiquated, out of breath. He faced an incessant cycle of completing software applications as
Among the challenges confronted by ba’alei teshuvah is the uphill climb to master Jewish learning. I have become especially aware of many ba'alei teshuvah unsatisfied and frustrated by their inadequate knowledge of practical halachah. In response, I recently developed a new
Informal learning at summer camp is an opportunity to instill love of Torah in an exciting and interactive way. To that end, Torah Live has created a summer camp guide full of ideas on programs which can be implemented in camp using resources which are readily available.
This year in chutz l’aretz, parshas Bamidbar is read on the Shabbos immediately prior to Shavuos. Is there a thematic connection between the two? Rabbi Yissocher Frand cites such an association from insights from the
Recently, NCSY Education has been releasing some great Jewish infographics. You can see them here. Their latest release is a new Lag Ba'Omer Infographic and is just in time to help the scholar and layperson quickly learn about this special day on the Jewish calendar. It allows one