About the Author


Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Rabbi Yaacov Haber is the Spiritual Leader of Kehillat Shivtei Yeshurun, a thriving young congregation of new Olim in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel; the founder and driving force behind TorahLab, and a founding partner of Mosaica Press. He is the author of numerous books in Hebrew and English including the best-selling “Sefiros; a program for spiritual refinement”; Rabbi Haber is a sought after international lecturer.

A leading force in Jewish Outreach for the past 30 years, Rabbi Haber is a founding trustee of AJOP, the Association of Jewish Outreach Professionals, the founder and director of the Torah Center of Buffalo where he served as a community rabbi. From Buffalo he and his family traveled to Melbourne, Australia where he founded a national outreach and adult education program. In 1995 he was sought out as National Director of Jewish Education for the Orthodox Union in the United States where he created the Internationally acclaimed and highly successful "Pardes Project." At that time he became the spiritual leader of Congregation Bais Torah in Monsey, NY.

Through TorahLab and Mosaica Press, Rabbi Haber is bringing together educational and media specialists to create dynamic learning experiences which will be accessible to adults of all backgrounds and levels.

Rabbi Haber and his family are presently living in Beit Shemesh.

Rabbi Haber’s material is available at www.torahlab.org and www.mosaicapress.com


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