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This page contains a listing of lessons in this series.Click on the Title to be taken to a new page with a player, a clickable download link and the Bible text for the lesson.With this in mind, Ohr Naava is set to launch the Yutta Zicherman Center for Intervention, a multidisciplinary operation that will reach out to women and girls facing unthinkable life challenges. More than just a hub of wholesome fun, a well of growth and meaning, or a supportive network of friends and mentors, Ohr Naava is all that—and more.Staffed by a team of hand-picked professionals, the Center will connect callers to a plethora of essential services addressing their emotional and psychological needs. It is the universal address for your friends, neighbors, sisters, daughters..most of all, for you.And with this groundbreaking blend of authentic growth and connection, Ohr Naava has become a paradigm of Jewish women’s programs, used widely as a model throughout the U. Recently, the ever-innovative organization expanded with a brand new Gal Time division to include a bi-monthly program for teens in 6th-12th grade, located in Los Angeles and NY.They’ve also opened the doors of their new College Division, a unique program enabling young women from across the globe to experience the vibrancy of Jewish life in NY.With the creation of Ohr Naava's Bnot Chaya Academy, a high school and dormitory in Brooklyn, girls from difficult family situations are provided with both an exemplary high school education as well as a safe, supportive haven.In the warm, nurturing environs of Bnot Chaya, these resilient girls can finally thrive, soaking up the "family life" structure they never experienced but have always craved.
He has written a number of books on the subject of Jewish thought and philosophy: Anatomy of a Search, which documents the process of transition from secular to observant lifestyles among modern Jews, Living Inspired, Worldmask, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, Will, Freedom, and Destiny, The Thinking Jewish Teenager’s Guide to Life and Dangerous Disease and Dangerous Therapy in Jewish Medical Ethics: Principles and Practice. He currently lectures on Jewish thought and medical ethics at the Jewish Learning Exchange in London and internationally.He is the author of Worldmask, Living Inspired, The Thinking Jewish Teenager''s Guide to Life, and Letters to a Buddhist Jew, published by Targum Press.Since 2004, under the vibrant leadership of Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein, a dynamic pacesetter in Jewish women’s education & inspiration, Ohr Naava Women's Torah Center has grown from a humble weekly study group to a world-renowned, nightly forum of inspiration.He has written a number of books on the subject of Jewish thought and philosophy: Anatomy of a Search, which documents the process of transition from secular to observant lifestyles among modern Jews, Living Inspired and Worldmask. Tatz is the co-author of Reb Simcha Speaks, and has recently published The Thinking Jewish Teenager’s Guide to Life.His work has been translated into Spanish, Russian, French and Portuguese.