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Jusk Ask! Have you questions about spirituality? Are you searching for meaning? Perhaps you simply want to "talk" with a rabbi? No matter what - you've come to the right place!
Parshah (Weekly Torah) The weekly Torah reading - for all ages A comprehensive presentation of the weekly Torah reading, including translations, summaries and overviews, Rashi in English, and anthology of classical commentaries, essays based on the teachings of the chassidic masters, a wide selection of contemporary "Parshah Columnists," audio classes and a "Family Parshah" section for kids
Daily Torah Study Portal Stop by daily to study your daily Torah Study lessons: Chumash with Rashi, Psalms/Tehillim, Tanya, Rambam and Hayom Yom.
The Site for the Jewish Woman The Jewish Woman is a site dedicated to providing Jewish women of all backgrounds intellectually challenging, emotionally uplifting and inspirationally stimulating articles.
FridayLight A campaign encouraging one million Jewish women to experience a weekly moment of inner peace through the ancient practice of lighting Shabbat candles. Join us won't you? And, together we can light up our world!
Magazine Our weekly online magazine featuring articles on current events and events in the Jewish Calendar. Also features a daily thought, daily quote and our acclaimed week at a glance.
A Rebbe’s Education When I was 11 years old, my father gave me the manuscript as a gift. “This is a chassidic kiss,” he said. “In time I will explain.”
The Place for Kids Check out the "Kids Zone" featuring fascinating and engaging games, activities, stories and more on Jewish holidays and other Jewish topics, geared towards children.
The Twelve Torah Passages Here are many of Judaism's fundamentals brought forth through verses and sayings of our sages, which the Lubavitcher Rebbe taught for every child to learn and recite each day.
The Itche Kadoozy Show Enter the world of Rabbi Itche Kadoozy, where a normal day is never quite normal, big laughs are to be expected, and Torah lessons can be found around every corner.
Children's Torah Scroll Which is the most important letter in the whole Sefer Torah? Maybe the first
one? Or the last one? Or the one in the middle? Do you think there might be one
letter that the Torah just can't do without?
A Different Kind of Father’s Day By Abby Stein I’d see a father playing with his children and feel a deep stabbing pain. A friend would mention asking her
father for advice, and I’d feel jealousy running through my veins. I could easily end up in tears by reading a children’s book about happy families. More »
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