The tenth of Shevat marks the passing of the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, and the day the Rebbe formally accepted the leadership of Chabad. In honor of this day, enjoy this special presentation of videos related to this time.
Courtesy of Rabbi Garelick of Sichosacademy.org, we present an overview of Minhagim for Yud Shvat and Shabbos Shira.
What happens when a successful Jewish businessman from Essex has moved to Shanghai and leaves two daughters, in their mid-20’s living in Buckhurst Hill, Essex whom he would love to see a little more involved in the local Shul and Community?
The topics in this week’s 244th episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with
A fundraising campaign has been started to help continue the important work of Rabbi Yonah Avtzon OBM. Rabbi Avtzon labored tirelessly over 40 years to publish the Rebbe’s sichos and classic works of the Rebbeim. Working day in and day out, from 5738 onward, Rabbi Avtzon made the Rebbe’s teachings accessible to readers in every corner of the world.
A special story of the Rebbe is being shared on social media. The story, being shared in the name of Mrs. Sorele Witkes, is a rare view of the Rebbe from the eyes of an eleven year old girl.
JLI’s course, “Crime and Consequence” will explore relevant questions: “What’s the purpose of prison: punishment, deterrence or rehabilitation?” and “What’s Judaism’s position on the death penalty?” and “Can criminals ever make amends, and if so, how?” The course draws on ancient Jewish sources to address issues of relevance to our present-day reality.
In lieu of a story, this weeks will be an article as a tribute to my brother Reb Yonah who was niftar this past Wednesday morning. Rabbi Avtzon is a veteran mechanech and the author of numerous books on the Rebbeim and their chassidim. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
A movement bent on giving a moment of meaning and value has launched a message a day named “Meaningful Minute.
Herschel Lazaroff is the director of the Center for the Advancement of Creativity and Human Potential based in Monsey, New York, and a promoter of healing techniques based on Torah, Kabbalah and chasidic teachings. He was interviewed in July of 2018.
It’s an area known for its top-tier schools and pricey real estate, but not so much for its Judaism. Still, now that Alto de Pinheiro’s first permanent Chabad Jewish Center has opened its doors, that may be changing.
JLI released a video asking the question, Whats the Secret to Raising Children? The answer, stop telling your children what to do.
The Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, arrived with a delegation of Rabbis from Russia to meet with Israel’s Chief Rabbi, the Rishon LeTziyon, Rabbi Yosef, in his offices.
Fundraiser run by Parents United raised $120,000 for Cheder Chabad of Monsey. The money is being used to secure pay for the teachers of the school.
100 young shluchos returned to their home-towns inspired, rejuvenated, and recharged after 8 fun-filled days of Tzeirei Hashluchos Winter Camp in Glendale, California.
What if you get the guy you are trying to help really angry at you? To answer the question, Gutman Locks, who puts on Tefilin with Jews at the Kotel, tells a story of a Bochur in LA who asked a man to put on Tefilin.
The topics in this week’s 243rd episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: How Should We React to the Recent Mezuzah Controversy? Mazel: Do Jewish People Have Luck? What Did the Rebbe Mean by Calling Someone a “Plain-Clothed Chassid”? Is There an Intrinsic Value to Keeping Chassidus in Its Pristine State and Not Trying to Apply It to Specific Situations? Why Is 770 Not Kept Neater? Is G-d Inside or Outside of Us?
Another senseless assault in Crown Heights left a woman with injuries to her face Thursday. Despite a fast response by Shomrim and the NYPD, the assailant got away.
20 participants from various universities worldwide enjoyed a hands-on Yeshiva learning experience in Miami with top Chabad educators.
When Rabbi Choli and Chana Mushka (Alevsky) Mishulovin first drove through the neighborhoods of South Bronx, they weren’t sure about setting up a Chabad center among the graffitied buildings.
As we are two weeks before Yud Shevat and we are trying to make a proper preparation, I decided to share the following insight that was shared by Rabbi Tzvi Telsner at a farbrengen on Chof Daled Teves.
An emotional Bar Mitzva Celebration was held for three student’s of Chabad’s Ohr Avner School in the city of Vinitza in Western Ukraine.