Magazine Feature
In tribute to Rabbi Moshe Sherer

By Shmuel Botnick

As the owner and conductor of Lev Choir, a New York-based adult choir, he loves helping people actualize their personal musical vision for their special night

By Riki Goldstein

“Yudi,” he gasps out. He can’t find Yudi when he reaches for him. Everything around him is fire and black smoke, acrid and deadly

By Bashie Lisker

Second Thoughts
The focus here is not on the mitzvah of giving, but on what giving can do for you

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

Cut ‘n Paste
“It is not up to you to finish the job... but neither are you free to disengage from it”

By Linda Hirschel

Double Take
I was doing a favor for a neighbor in crisis — so why was I the target of so much resentment?

By Rochel Samet

Magazine Feature
For Rabbi Alan Plancey, the crown on his kehillah, one of the fastest-growing Orthodox communities in the UK, tops any royal welcome

By Riki Goldstein

The Moment
“It was in the merit of your dedication to upholding your spirituality"

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

An elegant, delicious roast that you can serve with pride! Adding a layer of pesto to this recipe really adds a lot of depth to the flavor of this meat.

By Rivky Kleiman

One who controls his yetzer hara reaches that same level of mesirus nefesh as the shemittah observers

By Faigy Peritzman

The Moment
In an exciting development for mechutanim, (and their guests!), Ateres Matel Leah in Brooklyn opened its doors this week

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Know This
Bound by confidentiality, my husband can’t talk — even to me

By Rivka Bergman

As a society we need to remember that some things are needs and some are wants, wishes, or dreams. We live in a time when we have so much that it becomes hard for us to sometimes ...

By Mishpacha Readers

Hidden Heroes
Children with low bone density can take part in games and any activities that don’t put stress on their bones

By Tovy Mann