For Your Inspiration
Rabbi Mordichai Gelber
- We are losing hundreds of thousands of souls. Where is the outcry?
- Kiruv transforms your own avodas Hashem.
- Every Jew is personally obligated to do everything in his power to support the Torah.
- We are obligated to show compassion for their material possessions and their physical well-being, let alone their souls.
- Outreach is part of the mitzvah of ahavas Hashem.
- In this brief segment, Rabbi Berkovits argues that most of us are already equipped to do kiruv.
- The important role of siyata dishmaya and zechus avos in the kiruv process.
- Using powerful examples, Rabbi Krohn develops a two-prong approach to kiruv rechokim. We should inspire through our example and reach out with our hearts.
- Rav Yitzchak Berkovits guides us through the sources.
- The need for community-wide outreach.
- You never know the impact you can make until you try.
- A powerful metaphor, but does it work? It's up to you.
- Key lesssons from Avraham Avinu.
- This is an obligation from which no one can plead exemption, for every one can further the cause of Torah in his own way.
- Kiruv is the essence of the mitzvah to love G-d.
- Let no man pride himself by saying that he will answer before God, "I had not the power to prevent them from sin."
- How can we remain silent when from day to day, His Glorious Honor is profaned through the desecration of His Torah and His Commandments?