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Visitor Comments: 11

(8) Anonymous, January 5, 2012 7:58 PM


I was born in Montreal, Canada but lived in Indianapolis from infancy through high school, the marvelous Shortridge High School, when I moved to Los Angeles to live and attend college. I am delighted to hear about the activities in the Jewish community in Indianapollis!

(7) Susan Aizenman, December 1, 2011 6:04 PM

Wonderful program

Lori, you are doing a great job in getting women to learn and share the beauty of Israel and our faith. I am turning 65 and have worked within the Jewish community for most of my life. A few years after moving from NY to Charlotte, NC I became involved in fighting Christian evangelical missionaries. They seek to convert Jews through the lie that you can believe in Jesus (they say Yehoshua) and still be a practicing Jew. I receive help from jews for hudaism but have a very hard time getting Jews in my area to help educate about and expose the multitude of messianic "Jewish" groups here. Perhaps you have some suggestions. Thank you.

(6) Chana Penina, November 29, 2011 11:59 PM

Kol Hakovod

Lori, you are an inspiration. I never aspired to being a leader, but you make me want to get up and start a soul train (I live in a very orthodox area though). Keep up the great work. Hatzlocho Rabba.

(5) Mati, November 29, 2011 5:31 PM

Lubbock is off the map

What about Lubbock, TX? Why does everyone abandon it? Chabad, your organizations, etc. etc. Guess everyone beleives that there are not enough Jews and woe, the Jews here slowly sink into the quicksand of xtian ideals, paradigms, and definitions.

(4) Joyce Oxfeld, November 29, 2011 2:30 PM

I've never been to Israel, I'm going to be 58

I live in Philadelphia and go the Orthodox shuls where I went before I had to move due my housing situation. I am now in Public Housing in a neighborhood to far to walk. I attend Shabbos by staying with friends overnight. I have a fixed income and cannot afford to go tho Israel on my own.

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