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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
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Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Spirit and Sparks
I didn't connect. What's blocking my tefillos?
Baila Vorhand
Spirit and Sparks
As leaves sprout and flowers bud, we choose renewal
Baila Vorhand
Knowing and Growing
There’s much more to our emunah than knowing the geulah will come one day
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
Knowing and Growing
How can we make our children feel at home within the confines of Torah life?
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
Symposium
Candid takes from people who made the move
Mishpacha Contributors
Symposium
Some of this generation’s most sought-after mentors offer insight on navigating the challenges, dilemmas, and victories of the ben Torah in today’s workplace
Mishpacha Contributors
Hindsight Is 2020
Ramaz expressed gratitude to Hashem for giving him his son for an additional 32 years Title: Son of the Ramaz Location: Cleveland, Ohio Document: The Jewish Independent Time: 1917   As over a thousand people jammed into the Anshe Emeth shul in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood, a crowd of 25,000 mourners outside clamored to gain entry
Chanie Nayman and Michal Frischman
Hindsight Is 2020
This dual focus — on Torah growth, and maintaining Jews’ last Jewish connection — is one that kiruv organizations should embrace
Gedalia Guttentag
The Rose Report
If Israel were to be found blameless, would anyone believe it and report it?
Binyamin Rose
The Rose Report
America reels in the wake of a stunning disclosure
Binyamin Rose
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