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Parsha Vayiqra– There are so many things we can discuss as we enter the book of Vayiqra. I think we should start by talking about the word “vayiqra”, which comes from the root word “qara”, meaning “calling”. This word denotes a high status and is a call of love. We see another example of this […]
Parsha Pekudei Pedudei means “accounts” our “reckonings”. The Chumash explains that “these are the reckonings” suggests homiletically that the only meaningful reckoning is the account one makes of resources that are devoted to building G-d’s sanctuaries and otherwise used for the sake of Heaven. Only such investments are eternal, all others are transitory. As the […]
Below are 2 fun games to play with friends or your local women’s group. We have also provided more activities and checklists for you in the 21 Day Bible Study Guide. The Purse Game Break the ice with this entertaining introductory purse game. Divide the women into two teams. Give each group the following list of […]
Parsha Vayakhel– Before we jump into this week’s sidra, I would like to share a little of my personal testimony. Please indulge me as I explain my reason for doing so. As I was reading and preparing to write this “Weekly Manna” segment, I found myself referencing many passages from Pirkei Avot (usually translated as […]
Patience is a virtue. How can we gain patience in our lives? What does HaShem say for those who are patient? Miss Nikki dives in on a subject which many of us would love to have more of…patience.