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Words Unspoken
Anonymous
Risk Factor
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
Knowing and Growing
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
Magazine Feature
Eytan Kobre
Magazine Feature
Riki Goldstein
On Site
Watch: Follow Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz on a virtual tour around the sites at Caesarea!
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
The Moment
“We will come back and visit the Rebbe again so he can see his brachah fulfilled”
Mishpacha Staff
The Lens
Along with teaching Torah, he taught emes
Mishpacha Staff
Flashback
"Maybe he just climbed onto the roof and stretched his fingers and stood on tiptoes and reached"
Rachael Lavon
Flashback
"You aren’t asking for a favor; you’re sharing a holy family project with partners"
Rabbi Ilan Feldman
Tech Wire
The vaccine may be here and there are flickers of back-to-normal in some places, but the popularity of contactless payment is likely here to stay
Esther Kurtz
Family First Feature
Tech executive. Concert pianist. Ola Sergatchov bridges professions and worlds
Esther Ilana Rabi
Podcast: The Rose Report
What we know, what we don't know, and what could happen next in the Israel election saga
Binyamin Rose
Podcast: The Rose Report
Will this fourth election get us out of the political mess we’ve gotten into? And how did we get into it in the first place?
Binyamin Rose
Feature Videos
WATCH! Eyes that Saw Angels...in their own words
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Yisroel Besser
EndNote
Ding (Dovid Nachman Golding) shares his personal top-ten HASC musical moments
Riki Goldstein
Standing Ovation
  In the last 40-plus years, children’s songs — even the more simple ones with the corny rhymes — have made some amazing contributions to the world of chinuch
Dovid Nachman Golding
Tech Wire
Because it’s still in its infancy, Clubhouse’s full potential is still untapped and there’s a lot of experimentation going on
Esther Kurtz
5 to 9
"I’m so enthusiastic about Daily Giving — it provides all Jews a way that they can help dozens of incredible organizations in a significant way"
Moe Mernick
On Site
Watch: Follow Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz on a virtual tour around the sites at Caesarea!
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
This is where Avraham Avinu eulogized Sarah Imeinu with the timeless words we sing every Shabbos
Gedalia Guttentag
For the Record
The inspiring story of Rabbi David Miller’s quest to combat American Jewish apathy still speaks volumes
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Impressions
Sometimes we actually merit to feel our ancestors hovering over us as they guide us through life
Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
The Soapbox
In the interesting times we live in, Kennan’s Long Telegram is back in vogue
Gedalia Guttentag
Inbox
"May Hashem continue giving His nation tools to enhance and enrich Torah life, and the ability for us each to make the right choices in their use"
Mishpacha Readers
Family Tempo
She stares at him, waits to feel angry, misunderstood. But she feels none of those. Because, the fact is, well, he’s right
Ariella Schiller
Calligraphy
It’s a simchah, it’s a baby, a son for him and Batya. So what if the word son rips his heart clean in two, so what if his insides wrench from the pain of it
Rochel Samet
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi Menachem Karmel, Rabbi Zvi Bender and Rabbi Ari Schonfeld, moderated by Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi David Ozeri, Dr. Eli Shapiro, and Mrs. Aliza Feder, moderated by Mr. Alex Paskie WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
Feature Videos
Jump into the back of Shuki's taxi for a tour of the Holy City ... because no one knows Jerusalem like a taxi driver. 
Ariella Schiller
Feature Videos
Rav Leuchter unbound on Elul with Rav Wolbe, corona and lasting change
Gedalia Guttentag
Magazine Feature
Can thousands of Breslovers fuse spirituality with safety in the heart of Ukraine?
Ben Horodenker
Podcast: Mars & Venus Leave Egypt
Would you prefer to be the one taking the Jews out of Egypt...or Egypt out of the Jews?
Miriam Kosman
Family Diary
“It doesn’t matter what you say. I can’t un-hear everything he told me"
Shani Leiman
Family First Feature
When a parent is dying, children-in-law may be confused about their place. Experts share practical ways children-in-law can be supportive during every stage of the crisis
Esther Ilana Rabi
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Yisroel Besser
Feature Videos
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Yisroel Besser
Club Jr.
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Jr. Contributors
Club Jr.
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Jr. Contributors
The Current
Contrary to all the hype, Ilan Yeshua’s testimony did not, in fact, directly implicate Netanyahu
Eliezer Shulman
The Beat
What has transformed Israel from an international vaccine success story into a target of derision?
Mishpacha Staff
The Moment
“We will come back and visit the Rebbe again so he can see his brachah fulfilled”
Mishpacha Staff
The Moment
The Toldos Aharon beis medrash fused Torah learning with stimulating entertainment
Mishpacha Staff
Recipes
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Chanie Nayman
Recipes
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Chanie Nayman
Incredible Lab
Watch Yochanan Ghoori's homemade tornado!
Yochanan Ghoori
Incredible Lab
Use colored Chanukah oil and some spinning power to create your own tornado vortex
Yochanan Ghoori
My COVID Hero
We asked you to introduce us to your COVID hero, one of those quiet individuals who moved heaven and earth to lighten your load during this very trying time
Mishpacha Readers
Knowing and Growing
How can we breathe new life into a story we’ve heard so many times?
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
Fiction
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
On Site
The Shvil HaSanhedrin is the brainchild of veteran archaeologist and guide Dr. Chagi Amitzur
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
On Site
On the island of Djerba, a chassid from Williamsburg discovered that time and place don’t separate
Sandy Eller
Family First Feature
Modern medicine failed my son, but healing came from an unexpected source
Gitty Gold
Magazine Feature
Though a top-tier psychiatrist, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski was first and foremost a link in the chain of holy forebears whose legacy informed his own holy mission
Yisrael A. Groweiss
Under 18 Minutes
A single moment can make all the difference between chometz and matzah, between success and failure. They raced the clock — and beat it!
  Shoshana Neumann
Under 18 Minutes
 A single moment can make all the difference between chometz and matzah, between success and failure. They raced the clock — and beat it!
Beth Perkel
Game On!
You can pull out an old game from the basement — but why not play one of these creative, curated games for even more fun?
Chanie Nayman
Game On!
Afternoons and Sundays can be long. Quarantine can be endless. Here are some relatively clean, safe, and inexpensive ideas to keep your little people busy for a while
Chanie Nayman
Family Room
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Yael Wiesner
Family Room
On his 13th yahrtzeit this 17 Adar, a tribute to the indefatigable Reb Eli Teitelbaum Photos: Family archives It was the 1960s, and Eli Teitelbaum was just a bochur when his star began to rise. The son of a rabbi from Kew Gardens, Queens, Eli was short, focused, a powerhouse of energy, and determined to
Micky Klein
More Education
Risk Factor
“Every time I walk out, I’m trying to prove to myself that he doesn’t care if I leave"
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
Magazine Feature
Rav Moshe Weinberger still holds tight to his father’s tefillin and simple faith
Yisroel Besser
Knowing and Growing
We work so hard to develop our children’s minds. Let’s not neglect their heart
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
Calculated Risk
A confident parent isn’t afraid of the question and therefore doesn’t panic
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
Magazine Feature
Two brothers, two schools, one mission: Rabbi Baruch And Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Rothman steer their yeshivos through the storm
Barbara Bensoussan
Risk Factor
"If you’re in denial or too afraid or weak to fight, then there isn’t anything I can do”
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan