Passover celebrates the concept of a personal God who cares about us and is the ultimate director of history.
Inspiring thoughts from Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
6 questions that give us a deeper understanding of Passover.
12 inspiring ideas about being Jewish to share at your Seder.
The powerful gifts of gratitude, hope and grit.
Baseball player Adam LaRoche's stunning lesson about family and its connection to Passover.
Why did the Jewish people have to go through slavery in the first place?
The real meaning of dayeinu and how it can transform your Passover experience.
Some meaningful ideas to share with family and guests.
Provocative questions on relevant topics to help bring your Seder to life.
The Seder as an interactive learning experience.
A letter to my children for the Seder.
Thought-provoking questions and insights to share at your Seder.
Passover connects our children to something larger than themselves.
The book of Exodus and the Passover Hagaddah use the Egyptian pharaohs' language and imagery to outsmart them.
Sparking discussion on some of Passover’s most important themes.
A deeper look at matzah, karpas, charoset and more.
The world we build tomorrow is born in the stories we tell our children today.
Passover proves the key to liberating one family's strained relations.
How to bring more meaning and enjoyment back to the family Seder.
Why the Passover Haggada considers Lavan to be the Jewish people's worst enemy.
Understanding the deeper meaning of matzah can breathe new life into our Passover experience.
A mystical understanding of the splitting of the sea.
The Passover Seder is God's order for how to proceed from spiritual slavery to spiritual freedom.
Look in the details of the Haggadah and you'll find the world's best textbook in how to be thankful.
A selection of great Haggadah insights you can use at your Seder.
We all have an eating disorder, and Passover is the most potent tool for treating it.
What is really going on with the Four Sons, how do they relate to the Four Questions -- and what does it mean for us today?
Dayenu is perhaps the most famous of all Seder songs. But the 15 verses are much more than child's play... they contain the roots of spiritual understanding.
The Jewish people have suffered immeasurable tragedy in the last century alone. The crisis of today demands our utmost attention.
Exile means learning who we are not and who we would never want to be; redemption means discovering our true identity.
The 15 Steps of the Passover Seder as a Guide to Self-Growth