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  1. The Letter & the Spirit Vol 4, Letters of The Lubavitcher Rebbe Learn More
  2. N'Shei Chabad Newsletter
    N'Shei Chabad Newsletter

    The most current available issue Learn More

  3. Lightpoints from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the weekly Torah portion
    Lightpoints is a collection of uplifting, authentic and concise insights from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the Torah. These meticulously selected insights, many adapted here into English for the first time, were originally published indivually each weekday in print and email, and enthusiastically received by thousands of people from all segments of the international Jewish community.

    This collection aims to provide the English-speaking community with a taste of the Rebbe's vast contributions to Jewish scholarship. Some Lightpoints focus more on the Torah and its commentaries; others highlight the relevance of the Torah's lessons in our day and age. As their name indicates, the Lightpoints are intended to be short and easy to read, but more importantly, they are points of light to illuminate our perspective on the Torah, and direct us along the Torah's path of truth and holiness that guides our lives. Learn More

  4. Luach Colel Chabad 5781 (H/E) - לוח כולל חב"ד ה'תשפ"א
    Luach Colel Chabad 5781 (H/E) - לוח כולל חב"ד

    With Zmanim & Lubavitcher Minhagim Learn More

  5. Our Fellow Countryman: Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson

    State Archives of Nikolayev Region, Drs. Larysa Levechenko and Vladimir Shchukin

    Co-written by the Director of the State Archives of the Nikolayev Region and the area’s senior researcher and historian, this book presents the history of the Schneerson family, builders of Nikolayev’s Jewish community.

    From the founding of the community by the Rebbe’s great-great-grandfather in 1850, through the leadership of Rabbi Meir Shlomo Yanovsky, the Rebbe’s maternal grandfather, through the Rebbe’s parents Rabbi Levi Yitzchak and Rebbetzin Chana and their child-prodigy sons, the authors tells the story of a family’s connection to a city and a region through the lens of plentiful government documents.

    Shining new light on hitherto unknown details on the election of the Rebbe’s forebears to their respective posts, their connections to a shipbuilder of the imperial Russian navy, the leadership of the Rebbe’s father and his unbending stubbornness while imprisoned by the bolsheviks, and much more, the historians lay out the details as recorded by the state archives.

    Learn the story of the pivotal life-cycle and community events of the Schneerson family and their inseparable connection to the Jewish community of Nikolayev. Read the heartbreaking and heroic records of fearlessness in the face of impossible odds.

    Featuring data on the Rebbe and many of his closest relatives, including:

    Rabbi Avrohom Dovid Lavut, the Rebbe’s great grandfather

    Rabbi Meir Shlomo Yanovsky, the Rebbe’s grandfather

    Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Scneerson, the Rebbe’s father

    Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson, the Rebbe’s mother

    The Rebbe’s uncle, Rabbi Shmuel Schneerson

    The Rebbe’s siblings, and many other immediate relatives

    English and Russian text Learn More

  6. Sefer Hamitzvos for Kids
    This 600+ page sefer enables kids to learn Sefer Hamitzvos every day! It is arranged according to the daily study shiur, and includes summaries of the daily Rambam to understand why we are learning certain mitzvos. Mitzvos are explained in simple language, and the posuk where the mitzvah is found and where in Gemara it is further explained are included. The back of the book has a check-off Moreh Shiur for 10 years.

    Get one for each child to have their own sefer hamitzvos with their own chitas Learn More

  7. Spiritual Education: The Educational Theory & Practice of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson
    The seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson (1902-1994) was perhaps the twentieth century’s most well-known Jewish religious leader, best identified for spearheading the world-wide reconstruction of post-Holocaust Jewish religious life and inspiring a re-awakening of Jewish awareness and observance. Overseeing a primarily educational organization in over fifty countries, he addressed a vast range of educational matters in his correspondence, essays and public addresses. This book, the fruit of the author’s exhaustive research, closely examines Rabbi Schneerson’s substantive corpus and identifies the cohesive educational theory that underlies it. The defining elements of that innovative theory are shown to provide a vision for education that is of practical relevance to communities and individuals far beyond the Jewish community and for the wider world. After illustrating how Rabbi Schneerson’s practical agenda is a consequence of his theory, implications of his educational theory for current educational practice and policy in the wider setting are found to frequently surpass the limitations of popular educational thinking about religious and moral education. Spiritual Education illustrates a new, sometimes radical, model of “theosocial” education. Learn More
  8. The 12 Pesukim Music Board Book
  9. ברכנו אבינו כולנו כאחד
    כתבי-יד קודש, שיחות, אגרות קודש, הוראות, יומנים וסיפורים אודות אחדות החסידים ואחדות בעבודת השליחות Learn More

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