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Ep. 30: World’s First Chabad on Campus Still Going Strong
The 30th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Chabad Marks Birthday of Movement’s Founder
On 18 Elul, we celebrate the birthday of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
Ep. 29: Everything Grows on Kauai … Why Not Yiddishkeit?
The 29th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Remembering the Rebbe’s Father
Today in Jewish History, the passing of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1878-1944), father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Tisha B’Av: Remembering for a Better Future
This evening, Jews around the world will remove their shoes, begin a 25-hour fast, and sit low on the floor in the manner of mourners.
Ep. 28: From Kabul To Fremont: An Afghan Family Moves Into A Chabad House
The 28th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Ep. 27: From ‘Grateful Dead’ Fans to Chabad Emissaries
The 27th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Anniversary of Rebbe’s Liberation from Soviet Prison
Today, on the Jewish calendar, marks the 95th anniversary of the miraculous liberation of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph Isaac Schneersohn, from Soviet prison.
The Rebbe’s Yahrzeit
The life of a tzaddik is not a life of the flesh, but a spiritual life consisting wholly of faith, awe, and love of G‑d.
Today in Jewish History: The 81st Anniversary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Arrival in America
Today marks 80 years since the safe arrival of the Rebbe and his wife, on the shores of America after escaping from Europe.
Ep. 26: From Revolutionary Iran To Outreach In California
The 26th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Ep. 25: Transforming Unfathomable Loss Into Jewish Light And Warmth
The 25th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Remembering Sinai, Reliving the Experience
A survey by Kelton Research found that less than six in ten Americans knew the sixth commandment, “Thou shalt not kill”
Ep. 24: Bagels, Bears & Baalei Teshuva in Berkeley
The 24th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Anatomy of a Law
Most commandments in the Torah are so cryptic that a straightforward perusal will leave the reader without the knowledge necessary to understand or fulfill them
Lamplighters 1 Year Anniversary: Our Favorite Stories
The 23rd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Seders To Remember: Pickpocket At The Prison Seder
Rabbinical students travel the world, bringing the entire Seder to Jews who live far from the madding crowds. Here are some glimpses of their experiences.
Talmud Teasers: Moses, Miracles & Matzah
Passover is packed with more traditions, customs, and historic significance than any other holiday on the Jewish calendar. The Talmud dedicates considerable discussion to these,…
Five Communal Leaders Share Their Dream Seder Guest
We asked Chabad representatives to tell us which biblical, Talmudic or medieval personality they'd like to have at their Seder table.
Ep. 22: “Yes, There Are Jews In Montana!”
The 22nd episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Ep. 21: Two Dramatic Journeys Out Of Ukrainian War Zones
The 21st episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Israeli Chabad Rabbi Fatally Stabbed in Be’er Sheva
We are saddened and shocked by the brutal murder of Rabbi Moshe Kravitzky in a senseless terror attack near his home in Be’er Sheva, Israel…
Unfurling The Scroll: Part 1
Women in leadership share some of the salient points in the Story of Esther that are instructive to them in their own lives.
Hero’s Welcome for Chernigov’s Shluchim
The Russian siege trapped Rabbi Yisroel Silberstein, his wife Alizah, and their nine children in Chernigov, Ukraine. When the bombs began to fall, they miraculously…
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