shluchos

The Day I Let Go of Shlichus

When I was becoming frum in my late teens – early 20s, I was infatuated with my shluchim, the Lipskiers in Atlanta. Miriam was always beautiful and graceful, making gourmet meals and riveting speeches for tables of students that doubled in size every year. Rabbi Lipskier was non-judgmental and self-confident, even when students brought […]

When Your Children Go Off to Pioneer

When our children Chaim and Michla first decided to make Aliyah and be part of Neve Chabad, we were very excited. It seemed like the perfect way for them to continue with how they were raised. Bringing more light into the world, helping others and getting the world ready for Moshiach. Plus, the added […]

Wanted: Chabad Pioneers

There’s a new opportunity on the map.

For those young Chabad families who want to live everyday life with a goal, to create solutions, and build a beautiful future – it’s time to be a pioneer.

Join us in building a new center for Chabad life. Help us build a town where everybody is a representative […]

Where Is the Rebbe?

One of the many things I love about Shabbos: I get to sit and read.

This past Shabbos I was sitting on the couch reading “Kfar Chabad,” a compilation of the Rebbe’s letters and talks about the day-to-day operations and development of Kfar Chabad. I managed to read a couple of lines before my very […]