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    Sports Fan Vs. Sports Fanatic -Parshas Shemos

    By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 05 January 2018 - Comments Off on 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

    By: Rabbi Shlomo Landau - 05 January 2018 - Comments Off on 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…

    The Bright Side of Anti Semitism – Parshas Shemos

    By: administrator - 20 January 2017 - Comments Off on The Bright Side of Anti Semitism – Parshas Shemos

    Gain insight into G-d’s directing the world.  Why does anti-semitism exist and what can we do to stop it?

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    Parshas Shemos- Running for President

    By: Rabbi Mayer Erps - 30 December 2015 - 0 Comments

    What does it take to become a president? What does it take to become a leader? Does one need charisma? Does one need to be an articulate orator? An accomplished scholar? Perhaps experience in the field of politics is necessary….

    Because another is you! – Parshas Shemos

    By: Rabbi Serebrowski - 08 January 2015 - 0 Comments

                Another week. Another terror attack.   Never ending.   Jerusalem. New York City. Ottawa. Tel Aviv. Sydney. Paris.   And the list goes on.   Horrific scenes.   Precious human beings; now, bloodied bodies….

    The Faithful Shepherd, Parshas Shmos

    By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 02 January 2013 - 0 Comments

    Moshe (Moses) would have never been elected president. Not only that, he never would have never even gotten a job as a rabbi – he wouldn’t have made it past the search committee. But, that’s OK, because he never would…

    What’s in a Name? Parshas Shemos

    By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 09 January 2012 - 0 Comments

    Since this week’s Torah portion, Shemos, literally means “names”, I’d like to examine the significance of the name of one of the Bible’s most famous personalities: Moses. The Midrash (Vayikra Rabah 1:3) teaches that Moses actually had ten names –…