Interview with Rabbi Benzion Klatzko

Rabbi Benzion Klatzko lives in Monsey, New York, with his wife and 11 children. He founded Shabbat.com, which provides Shabbos accommodation hosting across 120 countries for Israeli and American soldiers, converts, single mothers, and more. Rabbi Klatzko and his family host around 65 guests each Shabbos! He is also a composer and singer, and has produced a music video to commemorate the 2021 Lag B’Omer tragedy in Meron. Continue reading “Interview with Rabbi Benzion Klatzko”

Interview with Sherri Mandell

Sherri Mandell was born in New York City and graduated from Cornell University and Colorado State University, where she received an M.A. degree in creative writing. She taught writing at the University of Maryland and at Penn State University before moving to Israel with her family in 1996. Sherri Mandell is an Israeli-American author, devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She is best known as the mother of Koby Mandell, a thirteen-year-old American teen who was tragically murdered by terrorists near their home in Tekoa, Israel, on May 8, 2001. Continue reading “Interview with Sherri Mandell”

Interview with Slovie Jungreis-Wolff

Slovie Jungreis-Wolff is a popular teacher, author, and lecturer on relationships and parenting. Slovie has been teaching couples for 25 years and has taught Hineni young couples and parenting classes. She is the youngest daughter of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis. Slovie is the author of the parenting handbook, Raising a Child with Soul. She has lectured throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Panama, South Africa and Europeto places. Continue reading “Interview with Slovie Jungreis-Wolff”

Interview with Bracha Goetz

Bracha Goetz graduated from Harvard University, attended the Medical College of Virginia, and studied at Ohr Somayach Women’s Division in Jerusalem. Having lived for a time in Israel, she currently lives in Baltimore with her husband. All of her children are married, with children of their own. With her youngest daughter and family living in Israel, Bracha and her husband hope to return to Israel soon. Continue reading “Interview with Bracha Goetz”