When Rabbi Avrohom Flint wanted to drop out of yeshiva to learn in college, the Rebbe gave him advice that changed the trajectory of his life.
Since the Motzei Shabbos airing of this week’s film, “A Meeting of Souls,” video gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look into the Rebbe’s shared private audiences, the JEM staff has been inundated with requests. Many are now seeking photos and videos of their family’s audience with the Rebbe.
Attorney Michael Goldhirsch of Melbourne, Australia wanted to donate a large sum of money to build a children’s hospital in Crown Heights. The Rebbe suggested an even better way to achieve his desired results.
With incredible Hashgacha Pratis, an audio reel of the Rebbe's annual Sicha to the pre-Shavuos Nshei Chabad convention was recently discovered, with a timeless message for our current difficult situation.
Last week, JEM released a fascinating new video highlighting the history of the Children's Torah Scroll campaign. Now, in connection with the new video, a brand new gallery has been published for the first time - with over 450 photos. In 1981, during a Farbrengen celebrating his birthday, the Rebbe launched the Children's Torah Scroll … Continue reading New Photos: The Second Children’s Torah Scroll
In the midst of last week’s Lag B’omer celebrations, children from all over the world stopped what they were doing to tune in to an exclusive presentation Connection Point program. From Manchester to California, Chicago to South Africa, thousands gathered online for this unprecedented virtual Lag B'omer celebration. But the event almost didn’t happen.
Here’s my Story: At a farbrengen following Lag B’Omer 1981, the Rebbe urged that a Sefer Torah be written to unite all Jewish children as the means to avert great danger. Within days it became clear what the Rebbe was referring to.
Packed with the Rebbe’s words and an exciting 17-minute highlights track, there’s something for all ages in this beautifully produced new release.
As Divine providence would have it, Rafael, along with his father Rachamaim, who had captured the photos, had recently met some Yeshiva students at his block’s “porch Minyan.” When Rafael walked over with the pile of newly-found photos, the students were smitten by the incrdedibly vivid color and sharpness of the 33 year old images.
In honor of Lag B’Omer, Ashreinu.app presents a podcast, 2nd in the series, highlighting Lag B’Omer moments with the Rebbe. In a series of tracks, Rabbi Yossi Lew sits down to discuss special highlights of Lag B’Omer with the Rebbe, focusing on the years 5740 - 5747.