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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rabbi Jacob. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rabbi Jacob, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rabbi Jacob. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rabbi Jacob, often where they are interviewed.

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Rabbi Jacob doit-il porter le masque ?

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durée : 00:03:07 - Les Histoires du monde - Israël doit faire face à une flambée épidémique très grave. Or, les ultra-orthodoxes israéliens résistent aux appels au reconfinement surtout avant les grandes fêtes juives de Rosh Hashanah et Yom Kippour.
Sep 08 2020 · 3mins
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Rabbi Jacob doit-il porter le masque ?

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durée : 00:03:07 - Les Histoires du monde - Israël doit faire face à une flambée épidémique très grave. Or, les ultra-orthodoxes israéliens résistent aux appels au reconfinement surtout avant les grandes fêtes juives de Rosh Hashanah et Yom Kippour.
Sep 08 2020 · 3mins

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Rabbi Jacob doit-il porter le masque ?

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durée : 00:03:07 - Les Histoires du monde - Israël doit faire face à une flambée épidémique très grave. Or, les ultra-orthodoxes israéliens résistent aux appels au reconfinement surtout avant les grandes fêtes juives de Rosh Hashanah et Yom Kippour.
Sep 08 2020 · 3mins
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Nachum Segal and Rabbi Jacob Bernstein, Director of Day School Programming in the NY Area for NCSY, Discuss NCSY JUMP and the NCSY JUMP CREATE-A-THON

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Isaac Jemal with Guest Rabbi Jacob Rupp Topic: Are You Happy at Work?? Date: 8/13/19

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Tips on how to be happy with your job and money isn't everything.

Aug 14 2019 · 50mins
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Gold With Jeanette Schneider Episode 30: Crisis of Faith: Where Resonance Meets Spirituality with Rabbi Jacob Rupp

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Rabbi Jacob Rupp is the most woke Orthodox Rabbi I’ve ever met and this conversation is next level amazing. We talk about the fundamental need to ask yourself what it is you want in life, to understand what excites you, and why you should follow your own heart, not the guidelines man provides. He also reminds us that many times religious concept has been lost behind the human and to go back to the fundamentals, not the one who has framed it for you.
We walk through the unwinding of belief systems, turning them from parent-formed to a personal relationship with your Higher Power, be that God, Universe, Allah, etc. Rabbi Rupp reminds us that God desires a broken heart and is bigger than petty human emotions. Then he quotes Tupac.
Rabbi Jacob Rupp grew up in a spiritually ambiguous home with a loving, but highly dysfunctional dynamic, and a desire to help others. He realized he wanted to become a spiritual teacher before he truly understood Judaism.
Rabbi Jacob Rupp is a rabbi, coach, syndicated columnist, podcast host of Lift Your Legacy, speaker, and business strategist. He helps clients achieve clarity on goals and strategies, become honest and forgiving with themselves and others, and live more spiritually connected lives. He does one-on-one performance and marriage counseling, group coaching, and is a keynote speaker. Rupp draws from the gamut of cutting edge business, relationship, and leadership strategy and roots them in ancient Jewish tradition.
Rabbi Rupp has been happily married for over a decade, has four children, lost over 100 lbs., and built his own business, Lift Your Legacy. He helps those who are driven and spiritually seeking to obtain access to the tools they need to live purpose-driven lives. He also started and grew a social media marketing platform, focusing on helping workers who wish to identify and create alternative income streams and communicate their messages out to a wider audience through the medium of podcasting.
Rabbi Rupp holds two BA’s, one from the University of California, San Diego and the other from Ohr LaGolah Hertz Institute for International Teacher Training, and was ordained by the former head rabbinic judge in Jerusalem. He is an avid reader and is continually engaged in the study of Torah, leadership, psychology and related fields.
I LOVE this conversation and reminder that sometimes the way we understand the world around us, faith and path, is through a very narrow lens. Get clear on what you want in life and be open to what comes next.
As always, please subscribe to this podcast, leave a review and don’t forget to share with your friends. I’m always interested in content that uplifts, so if you have things you’d like to hear about, please share them with me in the comments. You can also find me on Instagram @ms.jeanetteschneider or Twitter @msjwrites.
If you want some help moving toward that intentional life, join me every week on my intention journey. I’m inviting you. Totally free. From my heart to your inbox. Sign up for my #girltribe at jeanetteschneider.com and before you even wake up on Monday mornings there will be a huge dose of motivation waiting for you. Yes, I will wake you up on Monday morning with intention setting prompts and give you some tips as to what is setting my soul on fire. On Fridays I’m going to remind you to let go, recharge, and love yourself up with some self care prompts to get present in your down time. Intentional living is where it’s at, y’all!
Until next time – in the words of my grandma, “Love each other every day.”
In your ears, filling your heart.
Xo,
J
Jul 23 2019 · 57mins
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Nachum Segal and Rabbi Jacob Bernstein, Director of NCSY Next Step

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Jul 19 2019 ·
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156 - The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob (1973)

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Grindbin International Month is here! The boys are stuck in a hotel room in France with fake beards glued to their faces and forced to review a classic French slapstick film starring Louis de Funès. Is it a way out?! 

May 01 2019 · 2hr
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JSA2016-18: Rabbi Jacob Staub, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Seminary

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Rabbi Jacob Staub, Chair, Department of Medieval Jewish Civilization, Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Spirituality, and Director, Jewish Spiritual Direction Program at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wynnewood, PA, is the guest on this week's Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast.

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About the Guest

Rabbi Jacob Staub

Rabbi Jacob Staub, Ph.D., graduated from RRC in 1977. Staub has served on the RRC faculty since 1983; he served as the College’s vice president for academic affairs and academic dean from 1989 to 2004. He was instrumental in developing RRC’s Spiritual Direction Program and has taught Jewish spiritual direction across North America, including at Spiritual Directors International and the Spirituality Institute of Metivta. He is also a faculty member at Nehirim: GLBT Jewish Culture and Spirituality.

His prior teaching experience includes appointments as assistant professor of religion at Lafayette College and as a Mellon Fellow in Jewish Philosophy at Washington University. He has served as rabbi of Bristol Jewish Center in Bristol, PA, and of Congregation Beth Shalom in Arlington, TX. Staub has served as chair of the Academy for Jewish Philosophy, of which has been a fellow. He has been vice president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and served on its board until recently. Jacob also has chaired the RRA’s Gevulot Committee and its Committee on Intermarriage.

Staub earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Master of Arts and doctorate in religion from Temple University, where he specialized in medieval Jewish philosophy. He trained as a spiritual director at the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation. He completed certification in Mindfulness Leadership Training with Sylvia Boorstein and teaches meditation and contemplative practice at RRC.

Staub served as editor of The Reconstructionist from 1983 to 1989. He is the author of The Creation of the World According to Gersonides (1982) and “A Guide to Jewish Practice: Shabbat” (forthcoming in 2013), and the editor of Reconstructionism: Denominationalism That Works?” (2010). He is co-editor with Jeffrey L. Schein of Creative Jewish Education: A Reconstructionist Perspective (1985) and co-author with Rebecca T. Alpert of Exploring Judaism, A Reconstructionist Approach (1985, revised edition 2000).

Among the awards he has received are RRC’s Gladstone Award for Fine Teaching (1997), the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation’s President’s Award (1989), the RRA’s Yedei Emunah Award (2001, 2013) and RRC’s Keter Shem Tov (2004).

Aug 12 2016 · 34mins
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The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob

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The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob - (1973) A bigoted Frenchman finds himself forced to impersonate a popular rabbi while on the run from a group of assassins - and the police.
Aug 20 2013 ·