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Over 2000 Get Pumped for their First JewQ Test

2123 Hebrew school students from 127 cities around the world took the very first test of JewQ 5780. JewQ is the international Torah competition that’s taking the Hebrew school community by storm. Modeled after the popular Chidon Sefer Hamitzvos, kids study and take tests that determine who qualifies for a Shabbaton in Crown Heights—and who will represent their school onstage at the highly-anticipated competition event.

8:00pm: How to Deal with Social Anxiety? What Can I Do About Feeling Stuck in My Life?

The topics in this week’s 282nd episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: How Do We Explain the Akeidah? How Did Avraham Know That It Was G-d Talking to Him, and Not a Hallucination? How Can You Find Your Personal Lech-Lecha? What Can a Child Do If He Is Having Issues with His Parents, and They Don’t Respond? How to Deal with Social Anxiety? What Can I Do About Feeling Stuck in My Life? What Can We Do About Talking in Shul?

The Edifice – The Rebbe’s Insights on Wedding

The latest book in the Advice for Life series, The Edifice, gathers the Rebbe’s teachings on all things love and marriage, including the Jewish wedding. Like the other books in the series, it pairs snippets of wisdom drawn from the Rebbe’s talks and letters with stories. The book is written in accessible English and illustrated with original artwork.

Four Ukrainians Sentenced for Fatal Beating of Chabad Rabbi

A court in Zhytomyr, Ukraine sentenced two Ukrainian men to 9 to 11 years of prison for fatally beating Rabbi Menachem Mendel Deitsch three years ago. Rabbi Deitsch, who served as a Chabad emissary in France and Israel, was savagely attacked by the defendants at the central train station in Zhytomyr on October 8, 2016, a few days after Rosh Hashanah.

36th Annual International Minyan for NYC Marathoners

The 49th New York City Marathon, on Sunday, November 3, included 53,000 runners from 120 different countries, 97% of whom reached the finish line. It has become the premier event of its kind in the world. One of the many features that makes this event so unique is the International Minyan for New York City Marathoners, which bills itself as the longest established religious service of any kind, at any major sporting event, anywhere in the world.