Family and Women's Interest

These books may interest those wanting to learn more about women’s issues and family life in Judaism.

  • The Committed Marriage

    The Committed Marriage

    Even the most pressured modern couples can find harmony and unity, guided by the timeless wisdom of the Torah.

    Author : Esther Jungreis
  • G-d Winked

    G-d Winked

    Sara Yoheved Rigler, the author of the bestseller Holy Woman, made her first, year-long trip to India while still in college. She spent 15 years living in an ashram and practicing and teaching meditation. Then her spiritual journey took a hairpin turn. She went to Jerusalem and started studying what she called, “the world’s most hidden religion: Torah Judaism.” The tales collected in this book span the breadth of Sara Yoheved Rigler’s colorful, adventure-filled life. The lessons derived from a dizzying variety of sources:

    Author : Sara Yoheved Rigler
  • Holy Woman

    Holy Woman

    Visitors streamed to them for guidance and blessings; leading Rabbonim treated them with reverence. Living in a humble shack, poverty clung to them like the dust of the surrounding Jezre’el Valley. Childless themselves, they cared for cast-off children with profound handicaps. By life’s end, Rebbitzen Chaya Sara Kramer, together with her husband Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Kramer, had transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people worldwide.

    Author :  Sara Yoheved Rigler
  • Lights From Jerusalem

    Lights From Jerusalem

    The stories in this volume both fascinate and inspire. Its wisdom is gleaned from: a paralyzed educator who writes books with his eye movements; from a mother of 14 children who feeds 200 guests every Shabbos; from 75 orphans in Calcutta; from a Nobel Prize winner; from a Jerusalem Kabbalist; and from a colorful cast of characters whom the author has encountered in her epic spiritual journey.

    Author :  Sara Yoheved Rigler