A call for action from Rabbi Morris Allen and the Rabbinical Association on an issue that affects the treatment of converts to Judaism in Israel.
That is the story of the Jewish People. They lost all ability to battle their baser desires. They fell from their “spiritual mountain,” into the chasm of sin. The lesson for ourselves is to take care of our level of happiness.
Whether you’re employed and could use some tips on balancing life at work and at home, or you’re searching for a job, you’ll benefit from the FREE conference “Creating New Dreams: Moving Forward in the Changing Economy” on Sunday, March 14.
This March, we here in Minnesota have the unique chance to travel together as one community of faith, to learn and to listen, to speak and to teach at AIPAC’s Policy Conference.
The final post in TC Jewfolk’s series for Jewish Disability Awareness Month. A guest column by Shelly Christensen.
In honor of African American History Month, Robin Washington, Editor of the Duluth News Tribune, reflects on the life and work of civil rights activist Irene Morgan.
I worry that Haiti is already slipping from people’s attention and interest and the real work has not even begun.
Now that I’ve finally decided to become a Rabbi, the question I ask myself is in which field does that fall, science or law?
The third post in TC Jewfolk’s series for Jewish Disability Awareness Month. A guest column by Shelly Christensen.
Rabbi Locketz of Bet Shalom Congregation opines on how Valentine’s Day is NOT a Jewish Holiday. And what we should do about it.