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Today, every company tries to tell “stories”. There’s a cliché that it’s important for marketing. I agree that it is, but not every story works. For the story to … more
I have learned some things during the month of December that I would like to take with me into this new year. These nuggets came in various ways, from blogs, books, articles and messages. But God has … more
What happens in the middle of the winter? It is not the beginning of anything, so why mark it? There are very interesting correlations between the day cycle and the year cycle. The day has a cycle … more
In 2001 we started hearing a song written by Matt Redman that got many of us thinking. The song was entitled “The Heart of Worship,” and its purpose was to help us see that we had made … more
Dr. David J. Lieberman is a respected psychologist living in Lakewood, NJ. I’ve known him for a few years through his lectures and books and I’ve quoted him here in the past. He writes … more
One of the things we learned during the last couple of years is the importance of family. We learned to slow our lives down and prioritize our family relationships as more important than the busyness … more
Reb Mendel Futerfas was a very wise and pious person who lived a few decades ago (Reb means Rabbi in a less formal expression). Reb Mendel was once with a group of students and he asked them, … more
One of my favorite times of the day is the time between awakening and getting out of bed. If I don’t have to get right up, I enjoy staying in bed for awhile to talk to the Lord. It’s a … more
As a continuation of last installment on the topic of Shabbos, I want to share the standard schedule of an Orthodox Jew on Shabbos. The first thing on Shabbos is to have everything ready before … more
We recently attended an event that featured a well-known speaker. After she arrived, we noticed a man at the back of the room who stuck out like a sore thumb. We figured he had to be a bodyguard. I … more
It’s been a long time since I wrote about Shabbos. Shabbos or Shabbat, which is every Saturday, is the weekly day of rest in Judaism. Shabbos is central in Judaism and is the fourth of the Ten … more
We are living in a day of great fear, anxiety, worry and stress, and peace can be hard to come by. But it is possible to have peace in the midst of these storms. God has given us some promises in His … more
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