Goodness for Godliness (12:22)
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Mrs. Shimona Tzukernik (113)
Bringing Judaism to Florida (6:21)
Rabbi Avrohom Korf (1)
The Making of a Shofar (Workshop) (20:50)
Have you ever seen the making of a Shofar? Rabbi Baron takes you on a hands-on tour of the ins and outs of creating a real kosher shofar.
Rabbi Hillel Baron (3)
Jewish Teen Hero Award - Avi Davidson (6:24)
When a life-changing accident left Avi Davidson paralyzed from the waist down, he used the incredible challenge to serve as an inspiration to others. .
Series: National Jewish Retreat Awards
What Is Tu B'Av? (35:14)
Tu B’av and Yom Kippur are singled out by the sages as the most joyous and celebratory days for the Jewish people
Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau (24)
Is it a Mitzvah to Serve in the IDF? (38:58)
Rabbi Moishe Denberg (1)
Time Travel and Teleportation (1:01:12)
It sounds like science fiction, but Jewish writings have plenty of material. The body, in this world is limited by space and time, but the soul is beyond limitations. Rabbi Asher Crispe references many of the texts describing such other worldly experiences.
Rabbi Asher Crispe (41)
The Archaeological Claim to Jerusalem (1:00:57)
G-d gave the land of Israel to the Jews, so why do so many deny it and try to uproot the Jews? Rabbi Avraham Stolik takes us on a journey through archaeological discoveries to uncover the true story of the Bible and the Land of Israel. He disputes the many forms of opposition used to deny our history, with actual archeology. His knowledge in this area is impressive and compelling
Rabbi Avraham Stolik (1)
Miracles and Meals: Stories from the Holocaust (32:16)
Mrs. Joanne Caras (1)
The Feminine Mystique (38:01)
The women make up the Secret Service Division of the Army of Hashem. Rochel Holzkenner uses the concept of the mirrors that the women brought for the Beis Hamikdash as the feminine modality: materialism with spiritual potential
Mrs. Rochel Holzkenner (3)
Personal Encounters: An Interview with the Chief Rabbi (59:14)
Look at the light not the shadows. He never agreed to a split amongst Jewish people, "we are all from the same father, we are all one nation," says Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau in this interview with Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie
Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau (24)
From Noise to Music (56:00)
Noted Rabbi and Life coach Aryeh Weinstein uses sound as a paradigm to provide a method of managing the many distractions and activities going on in our busy lives, that sap our energy. Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein asks his audience, to name some of the things that cause noise, distraction and confusion in our lives
Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein (80)
The Workings of a Modern Jewish Court - Part 2 (51:57)
Why would a secular judge send a case to a Jewish court? Rabbi Leibel Schapiro describes the role Jewish courts play in American secular courts, and what kinds of cases they handle. ► Click here to watch part 1.
Rabbi Leibel Schapiro (2)
Being a Jew in the World (55:52)
The foundations of the civilized world are Cain and Seth, and one of them murdered his brother. Rabbi Sholom Lipskar describes the lineage of the Jews and some of the evil people who are very distant relatives, descendents of Abraham, and Isaac. The Jews have the sacred mission to imbue civilization with holiness, and to recognize and accept everyone else for their own mission in the world.
Rabbi Sholom Lipskar (11)
The Five Love Languages (1:03:49)
Mind reading is not part of the job description. The 5 essential parts of the chuppah provide the outline for Rabbi Avraham and Goldie Plotkin's 5 Love Languages. In each aspect, the most important is understanding each other’s language. When the romance has petered out, these 5 Love Languages are essential to maintain the G-dly connection between 2 souls.
Mrs. Goldie Plotkin (4)
Personal Encounters: An Interview with the President of Starbucks (54:30)
How far can a college dropout go? Howard Behar learned Jewish values from his parents and grandparents growing up in Seattle. He brought those strong values with him to Starbucks where people are as important as profits. Howard Behar and Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie chat about roots, life experiences, and Starbucks.
Mr. Howard Behar (2)
Three Visionaries Who Revolutionized Judaism (1:00:56)
Without these 3 visionaries who stepped up to the plate, Judaism might not have survived. Rabbi Abba Perlmutter brings history to life with his engaging humor, modern day examples that we can relate to, and his love of the protagonists. Every great leader needs a vacuum and the 3 Rabbis that he speaks about in this video each lived at a turning point in Jewish history.
Rabbi Abba Perelmuter (58)
Crossfire 3 (2012) (51:59)
Join this panel of insightful Jewish minds as they address the most important issues of the day. Explore weighty issues with these highly intelligent and knowledgeable scholars. No subject too controversial, no challenge shirked. To see our other "Crossfire!" videos, click here.
Mrs. Rivkah Slonim (56)
The Economics of Creative Destruction (1:01:06)
What is the age of the world? 1 minute. Rabbi Asher Crispe reviews the changes in technology and agriculture over the last century. 97% of the work force has been freed up from agricultural work and now manufacturing is being done with robots. As bad as the economy seems this is the best time in the history of the world
Rabbi Asher Crispe (41)
Why Don't Chabad Men Wear Wedding Rings? (2:44)
Perhaps a ring would be considered a woman's garment. This Crossfire question sparked some humor, with Rabbi Schochet concluding that Its not the ring that makes you married. .
Series: Individual Crossfire questions
Rabbi Mendel Kaplan (23)
The Rebbe's Legacy of Love (57:56)
In this moving talk Rabbi Ruvi New shares personal stories of how the Rebbe continues to affect his life. What drives Chabad Rabbi’s around the globe to deliver the Rebbe’s message? Rabbi New delivers the Rebbe’s eternal message with clarity and warmth. The lecture is more like a classic Chassidic farbrengen, reflecting a life full of meaning and commitment.
Rabbi Ruvi New (99)