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Rabbi Kelemen is the founder and Rosh Kollel of the Center for Kehillah Development, a leadership development project devoted to the growth of Jewish communities worldwide. He also created the International Organization of Mussar Vaadim. He has been honored as a visiting scholar at universities and communal organizations around the world. During his decade-long tenure at Neve in Jerusalem, he influenced thousands of students. He is also the author of many journal articles and books, among th ...
 
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Rabbi Kelemen goes through the ins and outs of teshuva in a very practical way. Elul is a powerful time for change and personal growth, and we want to help contribute to yours. Rabbi Kelemen has a small, intimate, online "Inner Circle" community, which he meets with once a month and answers questions live direct from his home in Jerusalem. This com…
 
A) I know and believe that the idea of "conversion therapy" is wrong and, in fact, seems to have very painful results... However, if one's genetic makeup is only weekly connected to that attraction, from a scientific perspective, why is it so harmful. Is it just because the societal pull and acceptance is already so great, that from their very real…
 
Do you believe there is a "shidduch crisis"? As to singles over age 30, do you believe there is a "shidduch crisis"? How would you define what the crisis is? What can and should the Jewish community do to help older singles? Do you think a shul should try to help by organizing "singles events" for these older singles or is it better to have events …
 
Click to Play This year, Jews around the world will join in the singing of Israel’s national anthem, “Hatikvah” on Wednesday, April 29. Many participants, including the youth and adult choirs of Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ, are submitting video podcasts of their performances for inclusion in the worldwide Internet broadcast on Jewish Life Telev…
 
In this special episode of the Middle Chamber Books Podcast, we present a workshop with Dr. Richard Selznick, Ph.D., a nationally known psychologist, about his newly published book, The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child. This workshop was recorded at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill, NJ, on Sunday, March 1, 2009. This podc…
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Steven L. Lubetkin, APR, Fellow, PRSA Managing Partner, Professional Podcasts LLC (856) 751-5491 or steve@professionalpodcasts.com CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 2, 2009 – A workshop with Dr. Richard Selznick, Ph.D., a nationally known psychologist, about his newly published book, The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academi…
 
Ed Monte makes a point during his presentation at Temple Emanuel Men’s Club February 8, 2009. (Photo Copyright ©2009 Steven L. Lubetkin. Used by permission. All rights reserved.) The Men’s Club of Temple Emanuel hosted Ed Monte, a well-known couples therapist, at its February 8 breakfast meeting. Dr. Monte’s presentation, “Putting the Spark Back in…
 
This podcast is Temple Emanuel Podcast #5, an interview with Associate Rabbi Geri Newburge about the Temple Emanuel Youth Alternative Weekend program, which took place in November 2006. At that time, Temple Emanuel young people spent the weekend of the annual teacher’s convention on an alternative retreat in Baltimore that combined social, spiritua…
 
Rabbi Deborah Bodin Cohen Editor’s Note: Since this podcast was recorded, Rabbi Cohen was named Director of Congregational Learning at Har Shalom, in Potomac, MD. Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ, continues its series of podcasts about Temple activities. In this episode, we interview Rabbi Deborah Bodin Cohen, whose second book, Lilith’s Ark: Teenag…
 
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