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  1. Torah Reading Companion

    Torah Reading Companion

    A Guide to the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Torah Reading Ceremony
    40 Pages - Full Color - 8.5 x 7
    25 Piece Minimum

    Kriyas Hatorah for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur included.

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  2. Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her?

    Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her?

    BACK IN PRINT! Special Price for Shlucim Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her? A Dialogue on Intermarriage This original and eye-opening book records the fascinating e-mail correspondence between a rabbi who was answering questions online about Judaism and two different non-Jews who were dating Jews. By addressing their questions about Jewish law and intermarriage, Rabbi Shemtov gives important answers on this topic that everyone can benefit from. A must-read for outreach professionals and anyone who wants to help fellow Jews marry Jews. Learn More



    This book conveys the core principles of the popular Chabad Chassidic movement in a "creative literally," user friendly, style. Beginning with the evolution of Chassidic mysticism-commencing with the Baal Shem Tov-the book's narrative is ultimately drawn to the climactic nature of our present era.

    Penned as an encounter between two friends, Danni and Jay, the manuscript is interlaced with their animated interaction. This occurs as Danni, the more observant of the two, shares Chassidic insights with his disenfranchised friend, Jay, during a flight to Poland on an education Jewish Federation mission.

    When Danni speaks out in Treblinka, it causes an inner shift in Jay, leaving him spiritually inspired and motivated. Yet, at the same time he grows increasingly perturbed over his seemingly insurmountable religious predicament. Danni eases Jay's distress through the teachings of Chassidus as it relates to our particular age and to each individual.

    In Jay's character the author attempts to address the prevalent state of affairs within the broader Jewish community-the untold number of religiously challenged, due to a lack of Jewish education. How many Jays are out there? The "creative literary" style of this book is designed to convey the core principles of Chassidic philosophy in a most palpable, user friendly fashion.

    Disclaimer: The views in this book are those of the author. They do not represent the Chabad Lubavitch movement in any authoritative capacity.

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  4. Rebbe Magazine

    Rebbe Magazine

    Specifically targeted to the 80-90% of your contacts who have not yet engaged with Chabad, The Rebbe magazine is a hand-delivered message to every Jew that the Rosh Bnei Yisroel knows you, cares for you and empowers you to live joyously and Jewishly. The 28-page colorful print magazine is: • Focused on the reader; from cover to cover, answering "What's in it for me?" • Structured for easy reading, picking up and putting down, skipping back and forth • Filled with eye-catching titles, images and sections to pop out in the mail or in your Chabad House. • Written for an average, educated American reader (lihavdil, in the realm of TIME magazine, not a tabloid and not an academic journal) Learn More

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