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Q: I am a young mother of three and there are a few people in my life whom I would like to be mekarev. One is an Israeli client who is interested in learning some "yahadut" with me and the other is my niece who is here from America for "seminary" and basically keeps nothing. I know she respects me, she's a lost teenager, and I feel that I am absolutely required to try to help her. I would appreciate some help and guidance. Thank you so much!
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Q: We regularly have Birthright participants and other such trips for shabbat lunch usually about 3 students at a time. We have been doing this for a few years. We are trying to figure out the best way to talk to them and open them up to asking questions and seeing Judaism as something more. If you have suggestions for topics of conversations or questions to ask them, we would really appreciate it.
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Q: I have a non-frum, 25 year old female cousin who I am not in touch with. We were friendly as youngsters as we are the same age. She lives across the country. What would be the best way to reach out to her?
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Q: I know a girl who wants to be tznius'dik but for some reason she cant or she doesn´t dress tznius'dik she always tells me how she really wants to dress tznius'dik but for some reason I don´t see her dressing that way! Perhaps it's because of peer pressure and her friends don´t dress that way or perhaps she doesn´t know where to start-I want to know how to approach her,and how to help her out without offending her and without creating a distance from her!--I'd really appreciate it if you answer my email as soon as you can. Thank you so much and tizku l'mitzvos.
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Q: If a non-frum person tells me that he believes in HaShem, in the Torah, the mitzvos and that everything is emes, but nevertheless, he is not interested in being in religious. He says that he enjoys his lifestyle. He does not want to sit around on Shabbos. He loves his Saturday sports and entertainment. He finds davening boring. He has no interest in kosher food. He loves his treif restaurants. He has no interest in learning Torah. He enjoys going out with many girlfriends. He´s happy with his life and doesn´t want to change. He says he realizes he will be punished later, but right now he´s going to continue his fun-filled life.What do you answer such a person?
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Q: I have close reform relatives that are very against religious Jews. They are strongly opposed. They have been exposed to frumkeit for over twenty years but still mock it. Any suggestions?
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Q: I am interested in doing kiruv but my wife and I are nervous to invite strange people into our home with all the stories happening out there today. How can you be sure you're not inviting someone that can hurt you or your family into your home?
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Q: I am a graduate in physical therapy student in Touro on LI and had a few non frum girls at my home for Shabbat. One of the girls who seem very interested, asked if she could bring her non-Jewish boyfriend. What should I do?
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Q: Hi, I met an old lady before Pesach in my seamstress's building. She was so excited that I was a frum Jew since I think she knows some non-frum and she still got excited when she saw me. She doesn't know much about yiddishkeit but I got the feeling like she think she knows everything. Thank you so much. I truly appreciate all that you do for Klal Yisroel!
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Q: I work in a center for special needs children which is frum based but hires many non-jews and non-frum jews. The non-frum girls show such interest in connecting as much as they could but its so hard to know what do I do to really bring them closer besides being nice and making a kiddish hashem? Twice a week I am in a completely non-frum school- on purim I gave the teachers I work with a small shalach manos- it was so special to see how touched they were, one almost to tears! but but now what? Thanks for your help.
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