With the release of Pew’s latest report some months ago, we asked some of the same contributors to analyze the newest findings while reflecting back on their suggestions from eight years ago.
There has to be a concerted effort from our rabbis, lay leaders and the Orthodox media to impress upon our communities . . . what a tragedy the Jewish nation is experiencing outside the safe walls in which we are ensconced.
For the most part, a child raised in a healthy, happy home does not have a desire to go elsewhere.
Today American Orthodox Jewry is vibrant, confident and politically savvy. But its current state is, in no small part, due to the efforts of a number of determined and fearless individuals who were dedicated to the cause of Klal Yisrael.
There is some extraordinary agricultural technology being developed in Israel that is really impacting the observance of shemitah.
“We have an achrayut to be involved and engaged, not only to build up and continue to develop the community, but also to ensure that no one gets left behind.”
“Mom, there’s a house three doors away from me in the yishuv that’s available! Come to Israel,” she pleaded.
What can we do to help those struggling with the high infrastructural cost of Orthodox life? While we cannot easily resolve the high cost of tuition or housing in our communities, how can we help individuals better navigate the world of personal finance?
Leading career and business experts discuss how to grow your business or career and improve your financial situation.
Zevy Wolman is partnering with the OU to help provide Jewish community members with the tools they need to face their financial challenges head on.