No Results Found.

Parsha Vayishlach – The Best of Your Abilities
by in
As Jacob returns to meet his brother Esau after 22 years, Rabbi Jack Melul at the University of Oregon and JSU/NCSY in Eugene Oregon, shares a commentary from Rashi: how did Jacob keep the 613 Mitzvot while living with his father-in-law Laban away from Israel. What is the distinction between being able to perform Mitzvot […]
Parshat Toldot – It’s Not Just About Now
by in
It may have been 30 years in the making, but it was well worth the wait! Ari Goldberg, City Director of Pittsburgh NCSY, uses his beloved Kansas City Royals to teach us an important lesson from this week’s parsha, and how not to let the present distract us from future opportunities.
Parshat Lech Lecha – Leave Your Comfort Zone
by in
Challenge accepted! This week, DL Lavin, Canada, Central East, New York NCSY and TJJ, takes us through some major figures of Jewish history from Avraham Avinu and Queen Esther to Jerry Seinfeld and the Shabbos Project, to teach us an important lesson; it may be a big step, but it will go a long way!
Parshat Vayelech – Break the Habit
by in
It’s not a habit, it’s a lifestyle! Ayelet Prero, (Midwest NCSY & Michlelet), looks at a mizvah in this week’s parsha, and how it applies to the Yamim Noraim, to teach us about renewing our commitment to the mitzvot, getting a new outlook on our relationship with Hashem, and living up to our unique potential.