Author Archive for Rabbi Chaim Morgenstern

A native New Yorker, Rabbi Morgenstern attended Yeshiva Torah V’Daas, Mesivta Rabbeinu Chaim Berlin, and continued his studies in Israel at Yeshivas Torah Ohr, Kollel Brisk and Mir, where he received his smicha. Rabbi Morgenstern has been active in Jewish education and outreach for over two decades and presently is the senior halacha teacher in EYAHT, Aish Hatorah’s College of Jewish Studies for Women. He also lectures internationally in high schools, girl’s seminaries and at Agudas Yisrael conventions in the U.S. and England. He also does family counseling and lectures extensively in Israel and abroad on shalom bayis, chinuch habanim, family communication, personal growth, shidduchim and dating, and has produced a popular CD and tape series on these topics. His articles on these topics and Jewish hashkafa have appeared internationally in Jewish newspapers and magazines. In addition, Rabbi Morgenstern is part of the Rabbinical Advisory Board of Project D.E.R.E.CH., Toronto.

An Introduction to Parenting By Rabbi Morgenstern
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An Introduction to Parenting By Rabbi Morgenstern

INTRODUCTION TO PARENTING By Rabbi Chaim Morgenstern I. The Responsibility The Mitzva of Chinuch Habanim is one of the foundations of our religion (or Yiddishkeit). The Torah writes that Avraham Avinu was endeared to Hashem because “He will command his children and household to keep the ways of Hashem, doing charity and justice.” (Breishis 18:17-19, [...]