Shabbat Shalom: We’ve Got the Whole World In Our Hands

Shabbat Shalom: Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Shabbat Shalom: Not All Who Wander Are Lost Had things gone according to plan, today is the day that I would be returning to Denver from Israel after traveling there with our Public Officials Mission, a longstanding, biennial trip to Israel for our state’s elected...
Shabbat Shalom: We’ve Got the Whole World In Our Hands

Shabbat Shalom: Jacob’s life, Or a Chanukah Epilogue

Shabbat Shalom: Jacob’s life, Or a Chanukah Epilogue We began our week by lighting the last Chanukah candle; Zot Chanukah, we call this last day. In Hebrew, zot means “this,” in its emphatic form. This is Chanukah, amplifying light in the deepest darkness of our days...
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