If Ivanka Trump is the modern world’s most famous convert to Judaism, best-selling author Ahuva Gray is probably the next most famous!
Who is your own personal hero beyond these U.S. elections?
An unforgettable hour with Rabbi Kahana about his amazing life!
Day-after coverage of the U.S. presidential election is not the only breaking-news story.
Do we need to be a superhero in order to do heroic things in life?
Got “Olympic fever?” … or do you prefer a real life thrill-of-victory story?
Grown-up life from the famous Yeshiva Boys Choir.
It’s too soon to say whether the U.N. is uncharacteristically cozying up to the State of Israel, but the Jewish State did earn two major acclaims from the U.N. this past week.
Rachel Factor is one of the Jewish world’s most distinguished and celebrated performers and public speakers.
Heather speaks with three inspiring Israelis who were born outside of the Land of Israel, made Aliyah, and overcame many obstacles to claim their place in the Land!
Jewish destiny, the “rear-view mirror” of history.
How to beat the nay-sayers!
How did the global conversation about the Middle East become a free-for-all attack against Israel?
Moran Sabbah’s amazing story of show business success, and what came of her investigation of authentic Judaism!
On the debut episode of Conversations With Heroes, host Heather Dean is joined by Chana Jenny Weisberg, the creater of the popular blog, jewishmom.com.
Abe Katsman, counsel to Republicans Overseas: Israel is back in the studio with Heather to discuss the latest revelations, scandals and even the issues (remember those?) in the homestretch of a dizzying and exhausting presidential election.
Stick with your New Year’s resolutions!
Over 1,700 individual fires forced over 70,000 Israelis to evacuate their homes the last week of November.
Groucho Marx famously said, “Marriage is a wonderful institution.
Jews today should dwell in the Land of Israel or at least yearn to do so.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes peek of the musical production, “Ruth & Naomi in the Fields of Bethlehem”.
This week, Heather talks with three visionaries who have, as Captain James T. Kirk says, “boldly gone where no man has gone before.”
Why the Chanukkah miracles matter to the world today.
All about Jewish professionals, and addictions.
A survivor of a house fire with burns to over 80% of her body, tells all.