“There are times when life on shlichus is tough but I’d never want to switch it with anything else,” declared nine-year-old Sender Ouiezerat, shliach to Shanghai, China, during his speech at the gala banquet of the Asian Regional Kinus HaShluchim. “After all, it is we who are on the front lines bringing Moshiach.”
Daily Archives: May 1, 2015
In preparation for the 59th Annual Dinner of Oholei Torah, bronze plaques have been erected on the main entrance ways of the Anchor building of Oholei Torah’s Eastern Parkway Campus, dedicating them in everlasting memory of the mossad’s co-founders, Reb Michoel and Rebbetzin Esther Teitelbaum, OBM. They will now be known as the ‘Sha’arei Teitelbaum,’ gateways of Torah and Avodah.
The following heartwarming and inspiring story was sent to us by Rabbi Levi Kaplan, Shliach in Baltimore, MD. It was written by K.Y.L., a Lubavitcher therapist working in Baltimore’s inner city public schools:
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Yossi Engel, Shliach to Adelaide, Australia, will lead a discussion on the topic – Don’t run away from materialism, elevate it to it’s intended purpose.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique collection of photos of the Rebbe at the Lag Ba’omer Parade of 1976. With much thanks to Dr. Bernarard Cohen.
On Yud daled Kislev a couple of years ago an idea was born: for a nominal fee of $100, Devorah Benjamin of KSCVK will take your name, the name of your child, friend or relative and daven at the Ohel for a shidduch. The money will go straight to KSCVK’s fund for Crown Heights Chassanim and Kallos.
When the Baltimore unrest broke out this week, Jewish Uniformed Service Association of Maryland (JUSA) director and Chabad Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum went straight to work.