In a sicha delivered on Shabbos Parshas Vayeshev 5750, the Rebbe speaks about the appropriate way to conduct ourselves on this night.
A Moment with the Rebbe: When Reb Mottel Altein was experiencing heart pains, the Rebbe offered an alternative method of healing.
Amid heated debates over a recent article, longtime chosson teacher Rabbi Pesach Shmerling expounds on the need to instill core values early on.
On Yud Daled Kislev 5689 (1928), the Rebbe married Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka in Warsaw, Poland.
Ashreinu’s Yud Shevat hachlata will help you prepare for Yud Tes Kislev.
In an exclusive interview with Anash.org, Toronto’s head shliach Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum reflects on the changing landscape of shlichus.
The Rebbe’s words on the importance of having children, and the brochos that having a large family brings. A Chassidisher Derher.
On Rosh Chodesh Kislev 5738/1977, the Rebbe finally returned home after recovering from a heart attack on Shemini Atzeres. As then, the day is one of rejoicing and joy the world over.
In this video, the Rebbe’s cardiologist from Chicago, Dr. Ira Weiss, shares the dramatic story of the Rebbe’s sudden heart attack and the process of his recovery on Rosh Chodesh Kislev.
In a moving video presentation shown at the Kinus Hashluchim banquet, three shluchim revealed the powerful force that keeps them going.
The Rebbe’s minhogim pertaining to all aspects of Tefillin are finally being brought to light in one compilation, a preview of which was printed in honor of the kinus hashluchim. Download Here
In honor of the Kinus Hashluchim, Ashreinu has collected various Sichos where the Rebbe discusses, encourages and lays out the plan for transforming the world through Shlichus.
Many observers remain stumped by Chabad’s unparalleled success in Jewish outreach. In this fascinating sicha, the Rebbe lays out his approach to outreach, for every time and every place.
A Note from the Rebbe: When a shliach’s dinner journal featured something shocking, the Rebbe suggested an appropriate tikun.
A Moment with the Rebbe: During Reb Osher Sassonkin’s first yechidus, he made the Rebbe smile.
Tishrei 5732, was for many newly immigrated Russian Jews, the first time they saw the Rebbe. Before they departed, the Rebbe held a full farbrengen was held in their honor.
The Rebbe writes: Last week, you were joyous with the Torah. Now – when it’s the time to study – can the Torah be joyous with you?
Why didn’t the Rebbe recognize Mrs. Esther Langsam? Rabbi Akiva Wagner on bringing our ‘new selves’ into a post-Tishrei world.
25 Talmidim HaShluchim met today with Halikut’s organizers to discuss how to best implement Halikut in each yeshiva.
A Moment with the Rebbe: Chassidim thought the break before hakafos was for setting up the shul; the Rebbe gave an entirely different explanation.