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Baila Vorhand

Baila Vorhand

Baila Vorhand began her writing career when she was asked, as producer of Rav Moshe Wolfson shilt”a’s shiurim, “Does anyone translate the Shalosh Seudah Torah to English?” When no one was willing to do it, she decided to try. These early offerings are posted on emunas.com.

Later, she authored “Sacred Soil, A Guided Tour Through the Spiritual Essence of Eretz Yisrael” published by Artscroll, also based on Rav Wolfson’s shmuessin.

Also published by Artscroll is her second book, “Free To be Me,” an exploration of our inner selves, designed for women.

Newly released is The Core of Emunah – fundamental truths of emunah and practical strategies, a book explaining the basics of Emunah based on the classic Emunah Series from Rav Wolfson, of which the section on Emunah Peshuta was published as a series in the Family First.

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