Can you explain your belief in HaShem in clear simple English?
How would you respond when asked, “Do you need G-d or does G-d need you?”
Rabbi Manis Friedman is leading a revolutionary “G-d Course” that will turn your beliefs inside out and give you a clarity about your belief in HaShem that you have never had before.
The course topics touch upon being controversial, and are designed to get you thinking about your relationship with HaShem. Your children are looking to you for answers; so is your spouse and your neighbors. When left to our own resources, the common response is to avoid the discussion and play it safe.
Friedman, who has been teaching for nearly half a century, finds that this course produces results like none other. It speaks to the core of Jewish belief, answers the questions that many are afraid to ask and even fewer know how to answer.
The outcome is electrifying! The new understanding that this course delivers motivates on the deepest levels. “We are seeing the direct impact on people’s connection with HaShem and a newfound commitment to the study of Torah and the fulfillment of Mitzvos,” says Friedman. This does away with serving HaShem out of fear of punishment and puts the concepts of reward and punishment into a context Chassidus introduces us to. “Yiddishkeit cannot just be about avoiding punishment and building up the reward bank,” Friedman says with a wink.
Rabbi Friedman believes this topic is a must. He has seen its impact and believes it is required learning material across the board. We are Yidden, we need to know what that means; we need to understand it, we need to be able to act upon it and explain it. This course is a must! Everyone stands to gain, from the beginner student to the learned scholar.
The course design includes three 1-hour lessons and the highly anticipated questions and answer session where all questions are presented anonymously and everything flies.
Be a part of this revolutionary learning experience! Click here for the course info and to register. Come with an open mind and walk away with practical, tangible and clear methods of connecting with HaShem, the way it was meant to be.