In this past week's Living Torah program, the Rebbe addresses the best approach to outreach.
My Encounter with the Rebbe recently interviewed Dr. Louis Teichholz, a cardiology specialist from Mount Sinai Hospital who was among the first to attend to the Rebbe following his 1977 heart attack.
Why do they hate us? What should we do about it? A new presentation, coming Tisha B'av, takes an in-depth look at the Rebbe's approach to combating ant-Semitism.
Mr. Robert Morris Morgenthau, 99, was a prominent lawyer who served as DA for New York County and US Attorney for the Southern District of NY. In 1962, he ran for governor of New York, and came to visit the Rebbe to ask for a blessing.
Here's My Story: Growing up, I was a rambunctious child. I was impatient and had a penchant for sparring with authority, regularly testing my teachers in the Chabad yeshivah I attended.
This week's Living Torah program features a heartwarming interaction between the Rebbe and a baby with Down Syndrome. Watch here.
Here's My Story: I was born in Melbourne to Holocaust survivors from Poland who arrived in Australia in 1949.
Our recent push to post 25,000 newly scanned photos generated great excitement. Countless people found their moment with the Rebbe. Inspired, they shared them on social media and other platforms. View all the pictures here.
The effects of Project 25 were felt around the world as the Rebbe's ideas and ideals spread to millions, across many demographics and a myriad of platforms.
2300 boys and girls in 16 different camps spent Friday morning before Gimmel Tammuz engaged connecting and experiencing moments with the Rebbe.