We’ve posted about the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People a few times here on Beyond BT because it contains many valuable ideas to help us get more out of life. Many Jewish people we’ve met have read and praised the book. There is one small problem, many people can’t actually remember the habits, and […]
A senior writer at the OU is conducting research for an article about baalei teshuvah employing the professional skills they had previously used in the secular arena to benefit the frum community. Examples thus far include: french horn player now ba’al toke’a, modern dancer in Merce Cunningham troupe currently working with frum individuals with MS, […]
We founded Beyond BT in December 2005, with the goal of helping second stage Baalei Teshuva, those who’ve already made a commitment to a Torah centered life. With the help of our contributors and commentors over the years, we’ve published over 1,800 posts and 29,000 comments on issues of integration and spiritual growth. Although we’ll […]
Purim is the holiday where G-d parts the curtains and gives us a glance at what goes on behind the scenes. In that spirit, we here at Beyond Teshuva would like to give you a glance at what goes on behind the scenes adminstering the blog. In doing so, we have reproduced a sample of […]
You are invited to participate in a research study being conducted by Tova Lane, PsyM, a doctoral student at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. The research study is being conducted for a dissertation study. All information recorded in this survey is anonymous. This means there will be no recording of any information […]
Growing Your Shul With Torah Learning – Part 2 New York Times selects Orthodox Jews as growing NY power group Internet Filters for the Orthodox Jew Who Is Wise, Strong, Rich and Honored
The Growth Culture Shul series continues at Shul Politics with Growing Your Shul With Torah Learning – Part 1.
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: The Rise of The Growth Culture Shul. The articulation of the above post was inspired by the Growth Oriented Culture of Baalei Teshuva, the recent Spiritual Connection Issue of Klal Perspectives, email discussions with one of the editors, emails and comments on the topic with Neil Harris and Micha Berger […]
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Appreciating the Quirks of Shul Members
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A new post on ShulPolitics.com: The Politics of Passover
Halacha & Harmony: Improving the Relationships within your Home Rav Doniel Neustadt, Rosh Av Beis Din, Vaad HaRabbonim of Greater Detroit Date: Wednesday, March 28th Time: 9:30 to 10:00 pm. Call Number: 712-432-1001 Access Code: 474 399 673# In this Teleconference you will learn about the following topics: 1. Children in shul 2. Pesach Chumros […]
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Shul Fees – Avoiding Taxation Without Representation.
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Shortening Shabbos Davening
There is a newly formed division of Ohr Somayach in Monsey led by Rabbi and Mrs Naftali Reich that is conducting year round weekend retreats for BT families at their gorgeous five star Beit Shvidler retreat center There will be an inspiring Pre Pesach weekend family retreat on March 24th at the Center and we […]
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Reversing the Slow Death of the Aging Shul
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Back of the Napkin Cost To Run a Shul
A new post on ShulPolitics.com: Keeping Quiet – How to Talk to Talkers in Shul
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