Join Live at 9:00 PM ET: R’ Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin will celebrate the fourth anniversary of his release with a ‘Night of Bitachon’ event with music by singer Avraham Fried and Shira Choir.
Four years ago on Zos Chanukah 5778 we all celebrated the miraculous release of Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin. It wasn’t just a Nes and a victory for him and his family, it was a victory for us all – a triumph of trust.
As he so clearly demonstrated throughout his ordeal, Emunah and Bitachon are the tools Hashem gave us to overcome adversity. On Gimmel Teves Hashem showed clearly and publicly that trusting in Him will not just help us endure hard times. When we face the hard times with Emunah and Bitachon, we will merit the Geulah.
We all face hard times and now more than ever we need to strengthen our Emunah and Bitachon. Join Reb Sholom Mordechai live in celebrating his Nes and in applying its lessons in our lives.
The Annual Night of Bitachon will be tonight, Monday night, Beis Teves, December 6th.
The program will take place at Bnos Devora, 360 Oak St. Lakewood NJ 08701. Doors will open at 8:30. The program will begin at 9:00.
The event will feature a live discussion and Farbrengen with Reb Sholom Mordechai and his close friend Reb Pinchos Lifschutz on how to face our own situations with Emunah and Bitachon.
Also featured will be Getzel Rubashkin, the author of the bestseller, “Sholom Rubashkin: The inside story” and a video showcasing the work of Aleph Bais Gimmel.
Throughout the event, we will be inspired through music and dancing led by Avraham Fried and the Shirah Choir.
The event will be live-streamed at AlephBeisGimmel.com/event and broadcast on the Kol Mevaser Hotline (212-444-1100) and the Chazak Hotline (845-678-8889). If you would like to send a question to be included in the discussion, you can email it to [email protected] or text it to 347-853-4683.
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