Parshat Re’eh 5776: The Importance of Eradicating the Altars of Idol Worship and Paganism From Eretz Yisrael

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Re’eh is being sponsored by Steven and Debra Glanz and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated for the success of their chldren. To the Glanz family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua.

Please forward to your relatives and friends and encourage them to sponsor a Parshat HaShevua. And please be in contact with me with any questions, or for further details. [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Eikev 5776: Connecting the Eikev Mitzvot and “This Mitzvah” and the Centrality of Shabbos

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Eikev is being sponsored by R’ Joel and Shelly Padowitz of Ramat Beit Shemesh in thanks to Hashem for all the kindness He has bestowed upon us. To the Padowitz family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses and good wishes.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Va’etchanan 5776: Can We Really Feel Consolation, Even Over a Decade After the Expulsion; As Terrorist Murderers Attack Us on OUR Land with Impunity?

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Va’etchanan is being sponsored by David and Julie Morris of Ramat Beit Shemesh who wish Mazel Tov to their family on the birth of a new granddaughter: Roni Chemda Gilad. To the Morris family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses and good wishes.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring (or as the case may be, co-sponsoring) a Parshat HaShevua.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Devarim 5776: Sefer Devarim, Tefillin, Unity and Distinguishing Halachot Mussar From Bias and Disdain

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Devarim is being sponsored by Dr. Ari and Rifka Stern of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated for the success of their children in all their endeavors. To the Stern family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses and good wishes.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat
HaShevua.  [...]  Click here to read more.