Here's My Story: At an early age I was introduced to music, a heritage of my family.
Here's My Story: As a young adult pursuing an art degree at the Rhode Island School of Design, I got caught up in the culture of the Sixties. It was not until I dropped out of school and got introduced to Chabad that things started to change for me.
In time for the Kinus Hashluchim, listen to the the Rebbe discuss, encourage and lay out the plan for spreading Yiddishkeit all over the world through Shlichus.
Here's My Story: I began my journey toward Torah observance in Melbourne, Australia, where I connected with Chabad chasidim.
A young musician on a spiritual quest once approached the Rebbe as he was getting out of his car in front of Lubavitch headquarters.
Here's My Story: I come from a respected Lithuanian family that had not connection to Chabad or chasidic ways. In fact, just the opposite.
Here's My Story: As a three-year-old child, I fell while running down the stairs too quickly and I got hurt. But it took some time for my parents to realize that the fall had caused my hearing to become impaired.
Here's My Story: During my fourth year of study at the Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology, I experienced a spiritual awakening that was difficult for me to define at the time. I searched in all sorts of places before arriving at the conclusion that my path lay in Judaism
In conjunction with our new Tishrei in the Moment project – Tishreiinthemoment.com, we are excited to present thousands of newly scanned and restored photos from Tishrei 5749.
In the 1980s, Yisreol Swimmer was a child growing up in Johannesburg, South Africa. Watch him retell a miraculous story about when, as a child, he thought he would lose his eyesight.