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Losing Our Children (Part III) Who Are They?


Pesach is a time of commemorating the past and connecting with our children, our links to the future. We speak to the “four sons” in a way that each child can understand. May Hashem give us all Divine assistance in raising children with strong foundations and in giving them homes where they feel comfortable in asking their questions and receiving our answers.

About the Author: Rabbi Gil Frieman is the pulpit Rabbi of Jewish Center Nachlat Zion, the home of Ohr Naava. He is certified as a shochet, sofer, and has given lectures in the United States, Canada, and throughout Eretz Yisroel. Rabbi Frieman is currently the American Director of seminaries Darchei Binah, Afikei Torah, and Chochmas Lev in Eretz Yisroel, and teaches in Nefesh High School, Camp Tubby during the summers, and lectures weekly at Ohr Naava. In addition, Rabbi Frieman teaches all tracks in Ateres Naava Seminary. He is a highly anticipated speaker on TorahAnytime.com where he speaks live most Wednesday nights at 9:00pm EST.

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