In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Shoftim" (Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9) which talks about many of the mitzvot, and goes into depth about the ban on living in Egypt.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Re'eh" (Deuteronomy 11:26–16:17) and some of the many mitzvot contained in it.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Ekev" (Deuteronomy 7:12 - 11:25) which deals with the concept of God testing us.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Va'etchanan" (Deuteronomy 3:23 - 7:11) and goes into detail about the topic of prayer.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Devarim" (Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22) which deals primarily with the last speech that Moses gives the Jewish people before his death.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Masei" (Numbers 33:1–36:13) which deals primarily with the journeys of the Jewish people and the law of the unintentional killer.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Balak" (Numbers 22:2–25:9) which deals with the curse that Balak and Bilaam tried to place upon the Jewish people.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Korach" (Numbers 13:1-15:41) which deals with Korach and his rebellion against Moses.

In this webinar, Rabbi Ari Enkin discusses the Torah portion of "Shlach" (Numbers 13:1-15:41) which deals primarily with the spies that Moses sent to spy out the Land of Israel.

This week's Torah portion is "Behalotecha" (Numbers 8:1–12:16) - and we're going to look at a few of the themes and episodes that are prominent in the reading.

Miracle

Unfortunately, most people only recognize the open and obvious miracles. Indeed, even while everyone continues to be in awe of the miracle of the splitting of the sea (we all saw the movie) how many people even recall the concurrent miracle-- that the Jewish people walked on dry land! That detail seems to be virtually ignored!

living torah

By taking us out of Egypt with miracles and wonders, God planted seeds within us. Even though generations come and go, the seeds from that very first exodus must be planted, cultivated, and imparted to our children. Even when the plant or fruit dies, its offspring lives on with the same DNA and potential as the parent ‘seed.’