Search Results for: teshuva

  • Tashlich Card

    A visual to help guide the process of Tashlich

  • Shredding Tashlich

    This activity will help teens think about what it feels like to regret their actions and how to improve for the future in a healthy way.

  • Nitzavim-Vayeilech Parsha Sheet: Teshuva

    This week’s parsha discusses the concept of teshuva. Is there a mitzvah to do teshuva? If teshuva is a mitzvah, why isn't there a bracha said over doing teshva? What ist he end result of teshuva? Includes key Ramban's and Gur Aryeh's on the parsha.

  • Shoftim: Choosing the Right Weapons

    When the Jewish People go out to war against their enemies, the 3 best weapons are Teshuva, Tefillah, and Tzedakah. Hear Rabbi Israel Lashak discuss what this week's parsha teaches us about how to fight our own personal battles, and about how much the Torah values being sensitive to others.

  • King David: Lessons in Greatness

    This session compares the reactions of Lot, Shaul, and Dovid to criticism. Ultimately, Dovid responds perfectly to criticism while Lot and Shaul offer justifications for their wrongdoing.

  • A Sunset Out of the Ordinary

    The Rav's telling of divine forgiveness cast within nature.

  • White Cloth

    A story of return and how it's never too late to come home.

  • #SorryYesSorry: A Mini Teshuva Chabura

    What is the Jewish approach to saying "I'm sorry"? What are the steps one must take to complete the process of teshuva? Get ready to learn about VeAhavta LeRayacha Kamocha, real change and what it takes to get there. Click here to download the Chabura Guide which walks the teacher through the whole lesson explaining the transition between the sources and the overall learning goals of the Chabura. Created by Shlomo Mandel and Yosef Kurtz.

  • Teshuva: Putting the Pieces Back Together

    NCSYers learn what Teshuva is all about and the mechanics of fixing a relationship in a hands-on way.

  • Yom Kippur: Long Live the King

    Yom Kippur is the time to show Hashem how much we love and respect Him, even when we are lacking in the mitzvos we should have performed last year. Listen to this 7 Minutes of Inspiration to hear the message through a powerful story from Rabbi Israel Lashak.