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In the Numbers
“Just one Shabbos,” she told herself, “and this is Shabbos number one”   Growing up in Atlanta, the stories of the community members around me were as much a part of my life as the fact that Coke and CNN were located downtown, just 15 minutes from my home. When friends came to visit, you
Boaz Bachrach
In the Numbers
“He said you will definitely have two children, maybe even three.”
Rabbi Akiva Fox
TLC Podcast
In part two of this important topic, Rabbi Schonfeld and Rabbi Garfield continue their discussion about gemara with Rav Aaron Lopiansky. How do you reconcile the Torah's view of the age of the world with the theories that the scientific community suggest? How should we be teaching children that eisav soneh Yaakov practically, when they might have regular interactions with the umos haolam? And the BIG QUESTION: How do we relay to boys who are struggling with gemara that they are as equally as important as the metzuyanim?  
Rabbi Ari Schonfeld and Rabbi Yerachmiel Garfield
TLC Podcast
On our first ever episode, Rabbi Schonfeld and Rabbi Garfield discuss the burning questions parents have about raising their children. Is there any validity to the opinion that forcing middle school boys to go to shul on Shabbos is the way to go? When your child reports "facts" that don't line up with that the teacher says, who do you believe? And the BIG QUESTION: Is it possible my son is not cut out for Gemara?
Rabbi Ari Schonfeld and Rabbi Yerachmiel Garfield
Hindsight Is 2020
“Just one Shabbos,” she told herself, “and this is Shabbos number one”   Growing up in Atlanta, the stories of the community members around me were as much a part of my life as the fact that Coke and CNN were located downtown, just 15 minutes from my home. When friends came to visit, you
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 Places We Call Home  
A celebration of the walls that surround, protect, and define us
Family First Contributors
The Places We Call Home  
Housing prices, mortgage rates, and inflation have skyrocketed. Yet many young couples are still buying homes. How are they doing it? And should they be?
Toby Berger
Dialogue
Blame has no place among believing Jews. But responsibility does
Eliyahu Paley
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