Today, JEM launched an all new photo site providing a reimagined home for all the pictures of the Rebbe in The Living Archive. The new site contains over 500,000 moments with the Rebbe, including photos and video stills from across JEM’s various photo collections.
This year, thanks to the sponsorship of Reut & Mendel Pinson in honor of the Rebbe's children around the world, something even more novel has premiered. For the first time (after piloting in select schools last year), CP is expanding to a new demographic - 2nd to 4th grade, with the launch of CP Junior.
After 60 years, an hour-long audio track of a special, one-time occurrence at the Rebbe’s Farbrengen published.
The power of a positive outlook, new film from JEM It's true, sometimes all goes well. But other times? You make plans – only for everything to fall apart. What are you supposed to do then? And how do you put your trust in God – and serve Him with joy yet – if you … Continue reading Happiness in Hardship
Hundreds of previously-unknown original audio recordings found, soon to be published at ashreinu.app.
The Sichos from 5748 - 5752, as you have never heard before. Join the campaign today.
Growing List of Schools Join Groundbreaking Program Connecting Children Directly to the Rebbe
Baruch Nachshon, of blessed memory, was a famed artist from Hebron, Israel. In 1964, as an aspiring artist who had recently returned to his Jewish roots, Nachshon visited the Rebbe, who commissioned him with the task of reviving an ancient art form.
The sixth of Tishrei marks the Yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s mother, Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson. The following selections are part of the recent launch of tishreiwiththerebbe.com. Functioning as a streamlined content hub, it’s a one-stop-shop for experiencing all recorded media from Tishrei with the Rebbe. Visit today to experience tens of Vov Tishrei events throughout the years.
The sixth of Tishrei marks the Yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s mother, Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson. She stood faithfully at the side of her husband, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, as he sacrificed his life for the preservation of Judaism under the Soviet regime. After his untimely passing in 1944, Rebbetzin Chana made her way to the United … Continue reading My Son, the Rebbe