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,…


Spilled Milk Parshas Beha’aloscha

By: Rabbi Mayer Erps - 07 July 2011 - 0 Comments

Does the expression “Don’t cry over spilled milk” sound familiar? This is among the most common refrains in parenting. But at times I wonder, what if the “milk” would have been of great value…would this adage still apply? An interesting…

Conflict Resolution Part I

By: Dr. David Lieberman - 05 July 2011 - 0 Comments

I have a coworker who is arrogant, rude, and for no apparent reason really doesn’t like me….we have to interact somewhat, because of our respective jobs. You have a great understanding of human nature, so I’m really hoping that you can…

Living Inspired Part One

By: Dr. David Lieberman - 05 July 2011 - 0 Comments

Living Inspired Part l   Learn what makes you feel inspired and how you can tap into that part of your psyche to keep on living inspired.

Women’s Division: Luzzato In – Depth

Presented by Mrs. Elana Wajsbort Come dive into a sea of knowledge which can change your life forever!  Presented by Mrs. Elana Wajsbort Mondays @ 11:45 am @ the Frankel Residence 110 St. Vincent Ct. , Cherry Hill For more…

Stix ‘n Stones Parshas Behar

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 12 May 2011 - 0 Comments

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me.” Rarely is a slogan so well known, yet so profoundly untrue. As recent tragic cases of bullying and cyber-bullying have shown, words, taunts, and names can not…