Torah is the Elixir of Life!
A special message from Rabbi Dovid Bendory, Executive Director of Pidyon.
20 Tevet 5771 | Duration: 1:39
What are a child's obligations with regard to Yom Kippur and the Teshuva process? Does an adult need to do teshuva for the indiscretions of his or her youth? What about a ba'al teshuva?
5 Elul 5768 | Duration: 17:19
OC 343:1 (Rama); MB 343:6; Ch"A 66; Yoma 8:4
Chinuch for Birkat HaMazon is unique in that a child can fulfill his father's obligation.
13 Sivan 5768 | Duration: 15:23
OC 186:1-2; MB 186:1-7
Chinuch is all about relationships -- relationships with ourselves, with our children, spouses, friends, and with Hashem.
10 Sivan 5768 | Duration: 14:47
Summary of various topics, including: handing a child an issur; handing a child an issur by way of a non-Jew; issurei d'rabbanan for a sick child; and circumstances where it is forbidden to eat (such as prior to kiddush and fast days.
9 Sivan 5768 | Duration: 15:37
All Jews are responsible for one another, so there are situations where every adult Jew has an obligation to educate every Jewish child. Two common cases: when a child does an issur for an adult; mitzvot ben adam l'chaveiro.
8 Sivan 5768 | Duration: 15:00
The Chayei Adam views chinuch for mitzvot lo ta'aseh as an obligation of every Jew -- and Rav Dovid adds, this mitzvah of chinuch is not just for children.
25 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 14:22
Dedicated as a zechut for Tzipporah Feiga bas Chana Breina that she should have the privilege of raising children in a life of Torah.
Chinuch for mitzvot lo ta'aseh begins as soon as the child understands "no." We protect our children from physical dangers; should we not be equally careful of spiritual dangers?
24 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 15:16
OC 343:1; MB 343:3,7-8
A child picks up a forbidden food or begins to perform a forbidden act. Need we stop the child? Reprimand him or her? What if it isn't your child?
23 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 15:41
OC 343:1; MB 343:1-3
Dedicated for a refuah shleimah for Chaya Sarah Dinah bas Alta Bas Sheva
Under no (ordinary) circumstances can you hand a child a forbidden food or an opportunity to violate a Torah prohibition.
22 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 15:22
OC 343:1; MB 343:4-6
L'ilui nishmat Zissel Devorah bas Avraham Abish on the occasion of her yahrzeit.
In some situations, we need not prevent a child from eating something when he shouldn't.
18 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 14:48
OC 269:1; MB 269:1-3
Educate a child according to his way; even when he ages, he will not depart from it.
11 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 17:18
We don't teach children before they are ready.
10 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 15:36
MB 37:8; OC 106:1; MB 106:5; Ch"A 66:2
Chinuch for different mitzvot varies with the age and understanding of the child.
9 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 15:08
OC 17:3; MB 17:10; OC 37:3; MB 37:12
Introduction to chinuch: a look at Kiddush Lavana and Kriat Shema.
8 Iyar 5768 | Duration: 14:37
MB 426:1; OC 70:2; MB 70:6-9; Sha'ar HaTziun 70:7
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