Are you an alumni of NCSY, Israel Free Spirit-Birthright or OU JLIC and haven’t read the OU NextGen’s latest edition of Reunion yet? Check out the Summer 2015 issue and enjoy inspiring features, spotlights on alumni and blast to the past photos. Also, there’s a section where alumni can share their personal news! Want to
Why are we talking about the Mishkan now, and here? Mordi Spero (Atlantic Seaboard NCSY) takes a look at Sefer Bereshit, Shemot, and even Vayikra to teaxh us about the deeper significance of the Mishkan and how we can transform our own lives.
What does it mean to be part of a people? Ariella Weinstein (West Coast NCSY) teaches us how Bnei Yisrael made a commitment to one another when they accepted to Torah at Mount Sinai in this week’s parsha, Parshat Mishpatim.
NCSYers who are giving back to the State of Israel, by serving in the IDF and Sherut Leumi. Rabbi YehoshuaMarchuck, Director of NCSY Alumni, was joined at the event by OU Israel Director, Avi Berman, and a number of other NCSY Staff, who eagerly expressed their admiration for these young men and women. Rabbi Marchuk
With great power comes great responsibility. How do you name the greatest book of all time? Binyamin Kaminetsky (Central East NCSY and Kollel) teaches us the meaning behind the name of 5 books of the Torah from this week’s parsha, Parshat Beshalach, and how it can inspire us to live with passion.
See something, say something – everyone knows that! This week, Willie Balk, West Hartford NCSY, teaches us about how to apply this message, and that of Moshe Rabbeinu, to our everyday lives, in order that we can step up and reach our full potential.
We might not know when it’s happening, but we can figure out how to make it happen. This week, Rabbi Yehuda Meyers, New England NCSY, shares with us Yaakov Avinu’s message and how it can help us bring the Geulah.