A modern take on a classic Jewish folktale about parenting, family and learning how to ask for help. The whole film was created in just 48 hours based on the voting and participation of those at the Jewish Funders Network 2013 International Conference in Los Angeles, California.
Sound advice from both a poor Rabbi and a rich Rabbi in this classic Hasidic folktale about how to avoid sticky, er, muddy situations.
We know that giving is good. But how is interest like a snake bite? Parashat Mishpatim, sponsored by Hebrew Free Loan and narrated by Maharat Rori Picker Neiss, features the act of giving without interest - and a money-hungry serpent with other plans.
If Nadav and Avihu, two of Aaron's sons, were killed for incorrectly approaching God, what chance do the rest of us have to do it right? Jana Jett Loeb delves into the need for a patient engagement with those we love - and how that's better than bringing fire of our own.
"Are ya ready for God?" Moses asks the Israelites that key question in Parshat Beshalach, during their epic flight out of Egypt.
When Joseph first tests his brothers, Judah gets a chance to prove how far he's come. Rabbi Sydney Mintz tells about the three moral compasses of three very different brothers.
Nechama Tamler digs into the family infighting of our ancestors, from Jacob tricking Esau into giving up his birthright to Rebekah's part in the scheme.