In this 6-part series Rabbi Coopersmith will guide you to:
– Fill any gaps in your belief that have hampered your relationship with G-d.
– Explore the reaches of your role as a Jew and feel more confident in who you are as well as competent to answer your children’s questions.
– Counteract the lure of technology with more real and substantive religious belief.
– Stop worrying about the spiritual choices that your children will make by modeling the kind of connected life that he or she will want to emulate as an adult.
– Feel more worthy, loved and cherished as you understand your unique relationship with G-d and the essential role you play as G-d’s child.
– Approach life with a new vigor and release yourself from spiritual lag.
Week 1: Is There a God and What Difference Does It Make?
Exploring Judaism’s definition of God and the practical ramifications God’s existence has on one’s life.
Week 2: Does Judaism Believe in Heaven and Hell? What is the Purpose of Life in this World and the Next?
Exploring Judaism’s understanding of the meaning of life, free will, and the Next World.
Week 3: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
Exploring various approaches to the age-old question that Moses himself asked.
Week 4: How does Judaism Foster Healthy Self-Esteem and Happiness?
Exploring how living with Torah values leads to lasting fulfillment and happiness.
Week 5: How Does One Connect to the Power of Judaism’s Three Pillars: Torah, Prayer and Kindness?
Exploring the philosophical underpinnings of the three primary foundations of Jewish life, represented by Judaism’s three forefathers.
Week 6: How Does One become a Great Jewish Leader?
Using Moses as a paradigm to learn the four most essential traits to Jewish leadership and taking responsibility for changing the world.
About Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith: Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith is the chief editor of Aish.com, one of the world’s largest Judaism websites and was the long-time student of Rav Noach Weinberg. He is the acclaimed author of four books and sought-after educator at the Aish headquarters in the Old City of Jerusalem. He lives in Jerusalem with his wife and children.
“I am greatly enjoying the webinar. I relate very well with Rabbi Coopersmith. The subject matter adds to the life experience I have had and am having. The benefits are lifting my spirits daily. So Thank You for having me. I look forward to this weeks discussion..” -T.B.
“I’d like to thank you for the most amazing Webinar! I truly appreciate all you do to make this happen… It’s absolutely wonderful! I’m working on myself.. and the exercises are great. It’s a wonderful way for self exploration!” -A.N.