Inspiring Jewish Women
Ivanka: “My Father Asked Me to Pray For Him During the Elections”
The Prayers must have helped!
Miri Ehrental is Lighting the Independence Day Torch
One of the torchbearers on the upcoming Israeli Independence Day will be Miri Ehrental, founder of Zichron Menachem, an organization that assists families of children with cancer. In an emotional interview, Miri tells about the closure of the circle, 27 years after they lost their sick son. "We realized that until then we recieved help from others, and now we must go over to the other side, to be those who give help"
Former Miss Israel Donates a Torah Scroll to a Synagogue
Mor Maman, Miss Israel 2014 gave a Torah scroll to ‘K’Ayal Ta'arog’ in Har Choma
I Want My Late Husband's Blessing for My New Marriage
Tair Taib (Avudraham) remarried just last week. She describes her journey from the pain of loss to the courage it takes to remarry
LYA: A New Women’s Fashion Line That is Also Modest
Founded by a partnership of a former Miss World and Rami Levi’s daughter
Jewelry Made by the Handicapped?
Yaan Naveh’s jewelers are all mentally handicapped and her profits are the happiness they get and not the money.
How Did This Woman Merit Being the Mother of Two Torah Giants?
“I bless you to give birth to two sons that will light up the eyes of Israel”
I Promised G-d: “If You Send Me My Marriage Partner I Will Repent”
Searching since she was small Karen Betman-Tayab got her answers and her husband.
Fight Your Doubts With Happiness
Noa Yaron Dayan wrote an interesting post on Purim that has a lot of good questions for the little Amalek called doubt that gnaws inside us and the opportunity on Purim to dispel this doubt and strengthen our faith in the Creator of the world.
“I asked God: I take care of your children please take care of mine.”
With 9 children of her own, 2 more adopted and many more that came through her doors this prayer is what made it all happen
Conservative Female Rabbi Crosses Lines and Becomes Orthodox
In a open article publicized this week, Einat Ramon explains why she abandoned Conservative Judaism and her belief in authentic Judaism.
"Thanks to My Disadvantage, I Can Now Help People"
Deborah Wakstock had one huge disadvantage — she suffered for years from the label “fatso.” Today she teaches people how to make changes in their lives, and inspires them by her own personal journey, where she learned how to turn a liability into an asset
The Orphan Girl Who Let G-d Lovingly Lead Her to Him
When she was seven years old her mother died and she reluctantly became the mother of the family. In ninth grade, she was sent to a boarding school for gifted children, and the principal there saved her life. While studying alternative medicine she discovered Judaism “by accident”, and today has a great impact in her field. An interview with Dr. Ahuva Nissan
Women to know : How Rebbetzin Lori Palatnik is bringing thousands of Jews back to Judaism
If you can inspire the mother, then you’ve inspired the whole family
Slovie Wolff: The Torah’s Guidance Applies to Everyone
We break self-centeredness, by learning to sweat for another person
Women to Know : Gina Goldstein - Chief Rebbetzin of her country
We never divided our talents, we pooled our talents together
Women to know: Dr. Olitsa Roth one of Boro Park’s most well-known pediatricians
As long as Hashem gives me brains and motion...I will be here
Women to Know: Chaya Fishman, founder of The Jewish Woman Entrepreneur
Women don’t realize that the woman sitting next to them has business savvy
Women to know: Before she knew it, Devorah found herself spearheading KSCVK
Every wedding is truly a miracle
Women to Know: Rochel Lev - Living in The Land of Israel
In Eretz Yisrael you are not aware at all of the goyishe culture