A New Podcast Featuring a Rabbi and a Parenting Expert Touches on Family in a Modern World
Rabbi David Steinhardt of B'nai Torah Congregation and Karen Deerwester will Focus on The Following Topics: Interfaith Marriage, Hanukkah verses Christmas, Anti-Semitism and Kids, Perfect Appearances in a Social Media World, and More
By: B'nai Torah Congregation
Their new podcast, titled "The Language of Ahava" (or love), gives listeners an opportunity to listen in on a thoughtful discussion on a range of topics, including: Interfaith Marriage; Blurring the Distinction between Hanukkah and Christmas; Anti-Semitism and Kids and how much to hide or share; Challenges of Raising Kids in a Crazy & Sometimes Sad World; How to Manage "Perfect Appearances"
Karen Deerwester has worked with B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton for over two decades, heading up the synagogue's children's program. Rabbi Steinhardt is the Senior Rabbi at B'nai Torah Congregation, the largest conservative synagogue in the Southeastern United States. (Pictures attached, courtesy of B'nai Torah Congregation.)
"We're always looking for new ways to bring important issues to our congregants and the Jewish community, and we're excited to reach and engage with families through the podcast," said Rabbi Steinhardt. "The family has always been at the center of Jewish life and we are covering many topics that Jewish people, young and old, will find compelling."
"It's exciting for me as a Jewish woman and educator to partner with Rabbi Steinhardt on our podcast," said Ms. Deerwester. "His great wealth of wisdom and my experience in Jewish education offer an entertaining and informative view of key aspects of Jewish family life."
The podcast airs every other Friday and is available on iTunes, YouTube, and more:
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