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

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…

Carte Blanche – Parshas Toldos

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The Living Years- Parshas Chukas

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 18 June 2010 - 0 Comments

Imagine doing a strenuous workout outside on a ninety degree summer’s day. Workout was tough — but you did it. You feel good. Invigorated. You go inside your house & you are thinking about one thing & one thing only…

Of Almonds and Blossoms Parshas Korach

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 10 June 2010 - 0 Comments

This week’s Torah portion, Korach, describes the episode where Korach organized a rebellion against Moses, questioning Moses’ authority and the appointment of Moses’ brother, Aaron, as the High Priest. Even after Korach and his followers were swallowed up by the…

The Spies Who Loved Us Parshas Shelach

By: Rabbi Aaron Gruman - 04 June 2010 - 0 Comments

First the questions: The Torah describes how upon sending Hoshea and Kalev, along with ten other prominent Jewish leaders to “spy out theLandofIsrael”, Moshe changed Hoshea’s name to Yehoshua. Rashi explains that he did this as a form of prayer,…