The Rage Monster – Parshas Vaeira

Frogs here, frogs there, frogs were jumping everywhere. Click here for audio

Sports Fan Vs. Sports Fanatic -Parshas Shemos

Sporting the disguise of sports, the Yetzer Hora makes attempts to keep us in his grasp.  Rabbi Dovid Gross fascinates us as he finds this important life lesson in this week’s portion, Parshas Shemos. Click Here to Listen

Why Me – Parshas Shemos

My maternal grandmother, of blessed memory, was an Auschwitz survivor. She lost just about everything and everyone in her family, yet she managed to rebuild and live an incredible, successful and impactful life. She was one of those unforgettable people…

True Value – Parshas Vayechi

In this week’s Torah portion, Vayechi, Yosef brings his two sons, Menashe and Ephraim, to be blessed by their grandfather Yaakov prior to his passing. Yosef positions his older son, Menashe, to his left side and Ephraim to his right,…

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You Are A Miracle – Parshas Vayigash

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 21 December 2017 - Comments Off on You Are A Miracle – Parshas Vayigash

I write these words in the waning hours of Chanukah. After eight days of celebrations, and more than a few too many donuts and latkes, I am ready to move on to mundane daily life (and dieting!). But I am…

Chanukah and The Value of Consistency

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 14 December 2017 - Comments Off on Chanukah and The Value of Consistency

Succinct, in just a few short moments, Rabbi Dovid Gross captures the essence of what it means to be a Jew and how this relates to the holiday of Chanukah.   Chanukah and The Value of Consistency

The Shield In The Window – Chanukah

By: Rabbi Mayer Erps - 14 December 2017 - Comments Off on The Shield In The Window – Chanukah

Imagine walking down the street one Chanukah day and a peculiar sight catches your eye. In your neighbor’s window you see in a large shield on display next to their menorah.  Amused, you note how clever your neighbor is. But…

Crunch Time – Parshas Vayeishev

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 08 December 2017 - Comments Off on Crunch Time – Parshas Vayeishev

In a short few moments, Rabbi Dovid Gross speaks words of depth and inspiration for the spirit of every Jewish soul. Click here to listen

The Relevance of Chanukah: From Days Bygone to Today

By: Rabbi Moshe Rockove - 07 December 2017 - Comments Off on The Relevance of Chanukah: From Days Bygone to Today

The Chanukah holiday, which begins Tuesday, December 12, and continues for eight days, commemorates the Jews’ victory over their Greek oppressors in the year 165 B.C.E. We kindle the menorah these eight days to remember the miracle that occurred when…