As Israel is entering yet another phase of its leadership crisis, join me to explore Torah's leadership lessons that will change your life.
As the Jews travel to the Promised Land, they become their own worst enemies, tripping all over themselves. Join me for a discussion of how sometimes we get in our own way of reaching our goals
The summer has amazing spiritual energy for growth and also many challanges. Join us for a discussion of Torah advice on how to use the summer for amazng spiritual achievements, while avoiding the pitfalls.
Why did the grandmother cry at the brit and what did the angels have against Moshe? As we receive the Torah this Shavuot, please join me as we explore its relevance to our everyday experiences
Why do the Jewish People celebrate the death of a great sage and what are our takeaways from last year's Miron tragedy
is it reasonable for God to command us to abstain from work every seven years? Join us as we explore the modern-day lessons on the Sabbatical year
As Israel marks Memorial Day and Independence Day, this week we will discuss the choices that God sends our way
As we mark the Holocaust Rememberance Day, while following the news out of Ukraine, this weeks Torah portion invites us to regain our sanctity before the world loses its human image.
Join us to discover the depth of the power of Purim as all of us reach out to friends and family to celebrate this holiday together
Josh Wander is on the ground in Romania helping Ukranian refugees. Join us to hear his first hand accounts and to find out how YOU can help
As we read about the horrible sin of the Golden Calf and follow the news out of Ukraine this week, it is a lesson for all of us in how to face challanges and use them as a springboard to growth.
Join us to discuss how clothing shapes our thinking, our emotions and our service of God as we read about the priestly garments in this week's Torah portion
Join me to honor the memory of Esther Pollard by celebrating her devotion, belief and sacrifice through a gimps in a gut-wrenching yet faith-ladden letter to Jonathan Pollard.
The Torah forbids us from hurting or taking advantage of the convert, yet forthcoming Israeli conversion legislation would do just that. Join us as we explore the danger of the Israeli Conversion reform.
From the Texas hostage taking to the Israeli conversion reform, the 10 commandments are as relevant today as the day they were given
As the current Israeli government is mounting an assault all the Jewish nature of the State and on our connection to the Land of Israel, we glean lessons from the splitting of the sea and ensure that we will prevail. To sign a petition against the partitioning of the Kotel please go to www.onekotel.org
As the Jewish people are leaving Egypt, join us tor a discussion on the stages in our personal redemption journey
As the Jews are going down to Egypt on this show we will address the twin threats - hate and assimilation.
As Israel is rolling out reforms to undermine the Jewish character of the state each and every Jew can and should do something about it. Plus, a heartwarming story of one person's small gift that changed an entire life trajectory.
Preserving our identity against all odds, staying positive when everything is dark, and the current religion and state debating raging in Israel - what do Chanuka candles have to say about all these.
Join me as we explore how to harness the power of our dreams to create the change in the world inside and outside of us, following in the footsteps of Joseph and the Baal Hatanya (whose holiday of redemption we will be celebrating this week).
Join us to discuss how we can fight off the toxic cultural influences around us, as we read the story of Yaakov's encounter with Esav.
Join us to explore the divergent paths of our foremothers Rachel and Leah, who together built the House of Israel
Join us to explore the divergence of Western and Jewish values as we learn about the twin brothers that never get along - Yaakov and Esau
Jewish values? They are not what you think they are. Join us to explore just how counter intuitive Jewish thinking actually is, in light of this week's Torah portion
As we read about Avraham's ultimate sacrifice and mark the day of Rachel's passing today, please join me to explore what living a life of principle and values can look like today. If you'd like to join me on Tuesday at Kever Rachel - Rachel's resting place (live or via Zoom), please go to www.https://bit.do/kever-rachel
As we meet our ancestors Avraham and Sarah, this week's show is dedicated to manifesting the lessons of their greatness in our lives.
As Israel is imposing more restrictive measures on its population, join us to explore the lessons of the flood, how societies lose grip, and how can we get out of the mess with insights from this week's Torah portion
As the Israeli People's trust in their government is unraveling, join us to explore how to mend our trust in God especially during the beautiful holiday of Sukkot and its experiential, inspiring, colorful commandments.
Yom Kippur - the holiest day of the Jewish year is the biggest news this coming week. How do you approach God to truly atone for the deeds of the past? How do we ensure that the connection of this day stays with us as we go forward, and how is Yom Kippur especially relevant this year? Join us to find out.