Rabbi Ariel Sholklapper and Rabbi Jeremy Markiz return to give their takes on the original Jewish holy day, Shabbat, and how to get the most out of one-seventh of the rest of your life.
Published 09/24/18
Rabbi Ben Newman is a teacher, leader of a start-up Jewish community, and author of several children's books exploring Jewish topics. Today he tells us how being a rabbi is like being a cross between a zookeeper and a superhero, and much, much more.
Published 09/07/18
Rabbi Mark Wildes is the Founder and Director of the Manhattan Jewish Experience and author of the new book, Beyond the Instant: Jewish Wisdom for Lasting Happiness in a Fast-Paced, Social Media World. Today we're talking about his new book and more.
Published 08/29/18
Archie Gottesman is the co-founder of JewBelong, a source for meaningful connection to Judaism for those people who occasionally experience "Jewbarrassment." Listen to learn about her "Rosh Haggadah" and how you can feel more secure in Jewish spaces.
Published 08/24/18
Rabbi Ariel Sholklapper of the Jewish Mindfulness Center of Houston teaches us how to enter mindfulness (and heartfulness) to appreciate your life and reawaken your spirit with ancient Jewish traditions and new eyes.
Published 08/16/18
Rabbi Carrier recently took part in the Burbank Human Relations Council's Interfaith Forum, answered controversial (but common) questions about Judaism, and asked hard questions about other faiths.
Published 08/10/18
Three Rabbis (Cheryl Peretz, Jeremy Markiz, and Jewcurious favorite Adam Greenwald) share their wisdom and personal memories about Jewish holidays in the fall (Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot) and which one is their personal favorite.
Published 08/02/18
Joey Weisenberg, Creative Director of Hadar's Rising Song Institue, author of 2 books and several albums, shares how to build community, improve worship experience, and deepen your personal spiritual connection through music.
Published 07/25/18
Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu, Director of Rabbis Without Borders at Clal, teaches why it's important to find a teacher you click with, how to find Jewish answers even if you don't feel comfortable in a synagogue, and why we need mikveh bros and wing-Jews.
Published 07/19/18
Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, DHL, is an inspiring speaker, educator, author, and mensch. Today he shares his compelling, sometimes surprising, and always compassionate view about God, the Jewish people, and the rabbinic profession.
Published 07/11/18
What does authentic leadership look like, and how do you lead people when you, at first, don't fit their expectations? Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp serves as the spiritual leader of Temple Sholom in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is the founder of JustLOVE, a multi-faith movement for activists. She is a past President of The Amos Project, writes for The Cincinnati Enquirer Newspaper Editorial Board, is a Rabbis Without Borders Fellow, and was part of the CLAL/Columbia Business School Spiritual...
Published 07/04/18
Karla Jenkins is a student in the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program and is planning to convert to Judaism soon. She shares her journey and gives great advice to other people on this path.
Published 06/27/18
Rabbi Idit Solomon, Found & CEO of Hasidah, is a Rabbi Without Borders who started her own nonprofit to help Jewish families struggling with fertility to bring new life into their families and the world.
Published 06/27/18
Rabbi Adam Greenwald is the Director for the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles, the nation's leading program for people converting to Judaism.
Published 06/27/18