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Ep. 7: The Rabbi Who Was One Of Country’s First ‘Dual Donors’
Lubavitch International presents the seventh episode in its series of podcasts 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.
A Mom, A Torah, A Chuppah Ceremony
The thought that she would never get to stand with her son under the chuppah broke Elisheva (Irene) Solovey’s heart.
Ep. 6: A Boston Rabbi’s Response To Stabbing Attack
Lubavitch International presents the sixth episode in its series of podcasts about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives.
Ep. 5: Treating And Saving Jewish Drug Users
Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters presents the fifth episode in its series of podcasts about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
Remembering The Struggle for Russian Jewry
Ninety-four years ago today, Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn, sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, was freed from Soviet-imposed exile.
Ep. 4: Last Rites for a Lone Jew in China
Lubavitch International drops the fourth episode in its series of podcasts about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives. 
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 Eightieth 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. 3: Kligman Wants To Be First Shabbos-Observant Big Leaguer
Lubavitch International drops the third episode in its series of podcasts about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives. 
Ep. 2 – Lamplighters: Judaism Gains Official Status In Iceland
In Episode 2 of Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier, reporter/producer Gary Waleik tells the story of Rabbi Avi and Mushky Feldman,…
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”
Lubavitch.com Launches New Podcast
Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier is a bimonthly podcast focusing on Chabad emissaries, or shluchim, their personal struggles and the people…
Today in Jewish History: Kfar Chabad Established
The village of Kfar Chabad was established 72 years ago today.
SOTW: Car Noise
The strange, funny, and meaningful things that happen out in the trenches as Chabad representatives go about their business . . .
Return To Chengdu
The Chabad emissaries in Chengdu, China must leave in a hurry to protect their children, and the community they built with love and care falls…
Book Notes
Scott Frank is a business executive. Yossi Lerman is a Chabad rabbi. Both have been on a quest to find more joy in life.
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,…
Today In Chabad History: Bais Iyar
Today in Chabad History: Today is Bet (2) Iyar, the birthday of Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch, also known as the Rebbe Maharash. Rabbi Shmuel was…
SOTW: My Child’s Kvetching
The strange, funny, and meaningful things that happen out in the trenches as Chabad representatives go about their business . . .
Personal Journeys: A Child of the Holocaust
Dozens of eyes silently follow the slender man on the speaker's dais. The only sound in the hall is his voice, which captivates the audience.…
A Stranger in the Land
I had never seen thirty-three degrees Fahrenheit on the weather forecast. My English isn’t great, and I felt so alone.
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.
The Haggadah Collection At The Library Of Agudas Chassidei Chabad
The prestigious Haggadah collection of Chabad’s Central Library began in December 1924, when the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, acquired the collection of…
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