Sukkot is a mere 2 weeks away. What is the point? What is this feast about? How will we serve our Elohim this year? My vision is that we join together as one people serving the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. I don’t care what your sukkah is built
Here is a picture of our sukkah from the outside. Isn’t it picturesque? Wouldn’t you love to spend a week there? Can you picture cups of cocoa, a flickering campfire, Scripture studies, songs, and fellowship? But as you walk down the hill and get a little closer, you will hear
It’s here! Torah Family e-magazine Issue #2 Sukkot Edition is ready for download. A special thank you to all who contributed to make this issue possible. You may want to print a copy off and take it with you wherever you celebrate Sukkot. Enjoy! Download your issue here. Later, you
As promised, some pictures of our sukkah! Daddy with Naomi and Sadie in front of our sukkah. We hung pine branches on the walls which the goats ate with great satisfaction. Our outdoor campfire, which kept us from being asphixiated by smoke in the sukkah. Yeah! The girls strolling across
Okay, when we have a little extra money, here is my list of nice to haves: a siddura tichel from Sowers of Hopefabric to make a huppah (we want to renew our vows this fall during Sukkot)Bedtime Shema (a lovely picture book with bedtime prayers for children)a real menorahLand of
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