Study Resources

It’s been a while since I’ve really had a chance to write due to keeping up with my business, my family and my studies. So… with that in mind, I thought I would make sure you know of a few (fairly) new study resources available to you that you might not have been aware of previously. Here they are:

Daily Dose of Torah
If you haven’t heard of Artscroll’s newest multi-volume work, you need to head over to Artscroll and check out their Daily Dose of Torah series. It’s a 14-volume set of books for daily Torah study. You can subscribe to receive each volume as it’s released (for the volumes that are yet unreleased) and receive them just ahead of the Torah reading schedule. Each book covers four weeks of study (four parashot) and includes the following each day:

  • Torah thought for the Day
  • Mishnah of the Day
  • Gems from the Gemara
  • Mussar Thought for the Day
  • Halachah of the Day
  • A Closer Look at the Siddur
  • Question of the Day
  • A Taste of Lomdus (once a week)

If you would like to check out a sample of A Daily Dose of Torah, you can download an entire week’s worth of (parashat Acharei-Mot) from this link. You don’t want to miss getting this particular week’s lesson, due to the correlation between the commentary included in the Torah Thought for the Day and the meaning of the death of our Messiah.

FFOZ has just launched a new electronic publication, called eRosh. It will be a monthly email including activities and teachings geared toward bringing the family together in their study and application of Torah. It will include a monthly calendar of the events pertaining to the particular month, along with activities for children of all ages. The description states:

Young children will love to color with Isaiah the prophet and help him find the new moon! Older kids can become a Disciple Detective, while teens can focus on the practical life lessons found in Scripture with the new study, Pirkei Avinu (Sayings of our Father).

More on FFOZ’s eRosh can be found on the FFOZ blog. Be sure to sign up for this free resource on the FFOZ website.

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