` Torah – Be'chol Lashon

A Light to the World

Rabbi Todd Markley, Be'chol Lashon, 12/16/2017

For Jewish professionals, and particularly for lay people, engaging in the process of building unity amongst the divisions of k'lal Yisrael remains a formidable task.

For sermons, teaching and discussions "To Save One Life..." Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Sources on Orphans and Adoption

Rabbi Susan Silverman, Sefaria, 08/02/2017

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Sources on Orphans and Adoption

From Israel to America: Sephardi Inspiration for Hanukkah

Tamar Zaken, Jewish&, 12/14/2016

Multicultural Hanukkah inspiration

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments

Noah Leavitt, Jewish&, 06/15/2015

"Hey Buddy!” Whenever I hear that term, so common coming from the lips of dads in my generation, I invariably pause to reflect on the Fifth Commandment which instructs children to honor their parents (“kibbud av va-em”).

Seamlessly Chinese and Jewish

Davi Yael-Cheng, Jewish&, 06/01/2015

I was merely expressing who I am through art, and how the many pieces of me — the Jew, the Chinese, the lesbian — come together and become one.

How to Welcome the Stranger: A Modern Midrash

Rabbi Juan Mejia, Jewish&, 05/18/2015

1 in 6 contemporary Jews are new to Judaism. How are we supposed to welcome these converts? Rabbi Juan Mejia, a convert himself, provides a modern reading of the biblical story of Ruth to find some guidance.

The Rabbi, The Pastor and the Torah of Mankind

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 02/12/2015

We must remember that our continuous desire for clarity and comfort amongst each other, and even those who are foreign to us is acquired through common ties, and universal morale, stating clearly, that even in Gondar, Ethiopia, we are in this together.

We Need More than a Sneeze

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstien, Jewish&, 12/31/2014

Out of all of the things I have learned (so far) in this capacity, the most compelling is that the fragility of life calls to the healthy to breathe deeply, laugh loudly. Let the sobriety of personal grit and ambition keep you sensitive to what life has in store for you.

Achieving Shalom

Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 12/10/2014

In this week’s Torah portion we see the absence of Shalom as the greatest recipe for destruction.