Global Young Shluchim On The Frontlines of the Spiritual War

New program from MyShliach hopes to make the spiritual war effort personal for the global young Shluchim community by pairing them with our brethren in Eretz Yisroel in need of divine protection.

The popular MyShliach Mishnayos Baal Peh (MBP) initiative at Merkos 302 is launching its sixth year. Inspired by the Rebbeim’s emphasis on the unique power of Mishnayos, this year’s program will harness the strength of these holy words for those in need of protection in Eretz Yisroel. 

To help the young Shluchim feel the impact of their learning, every participant will be assigned the name of a hostage or soldier for whose merit their learning will be dedicated.

“It is the merit of brigades of Torah learners that brings military success to those on the front lines,” says Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Vice Chairman of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch. “The Torah memorized by the young Shluchim is surely storming the heavens and bringing us closer to the Geulah.”

The MyShliach Mishnayos Ba’al Peh program began with the goal of encouraging Shluchim’s children to commit Mishnayos and Tanya to heart. In the years since, it has grown exponentially, with hundreds of young shluchim worldwide actively contributing to the spiritual betterment of the world.

Known as the L’taher Es Haolom Initiative, this impactful initiative has been a force for five years. Over that span, thousands of young Shluchim worldwide committed Tanya and Mishnayos to memory in their free time. Mishna study carries with it powerful merits; reciting Mishnayos by heart, specifically, purifies the atmosphere.

To encourage participants, MyShliach awards MBP Dollars for both lines learned and the time spent on it. The Dollars can buy great prizes on MyShliach’s MBP Store. There’s also a nightly shiur on Tanya, to help the Young Shluchim learn. 

The MyShliach MBP program is open to all young shluchim, offering them this unique opportunity. To sign up, visit For any questions or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, reach out to Merkos 302 on Whatsapp

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