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A Woman of Valor

"A Woman of Valor" by Susie Lubell, http://www.etsy.com/shop/mishmishmarket

An Ancient Text Revisited
for the Modern Woman

We’ve all heard it sung Friday night at the table. But do we really relate to or even find particular praise in the verses of Eshet Chayil? How do these ideals and descriptions pertain to us today?

Join us as we delve into the inner meaning of each verse, how each verse connects to a different powerhouse woman in Jewish history, and how the Hebrew letter that begins each verse ties it all together.

Every Sunday night from 9:00–9:45 PM Eastern Time

The series begins October 21 and runs for 5 months (20 classes)

Tuition: $180 for the series, payable in three monthly installments of $60 each.

Space is limited; please register by October 15.

This series is being offered by Sara Esther Crispe. Classes are live and interactive, and will meet online in the Mercaz Machshava Tova virtual classroom. 


Registered students will receive the link to the virtual classroom before the first session. 

All you need to be able to attend is internet access and a computer that is up-to-date. A webcam is optional. 

Sara Esther will be able to be seen and heard, and you will be able to ask questions either via text chat or using a microphone.


Sara Esther CrispeSara Esther Crispe is the creator and editor of TheJewishWoman.org, a project of Chabad.org, where she is a featured writer. Her popular weekly blog, "Musing for Meaning," has attracted thousands of readers throughout the world. Sara Esther lectures internationally on topics of interpersonal relationships and the power of the Jewish woman. Her first book, I Used to be the Perfect Mother...Then I Had Kids, is soon to be published. She lives with her husband, Rabbi Asher Crispe, and four beautiful children in Merion, PA.

  

Artwork credit: "A Woman of Valor" by Susie Lubell of Jerusalem.
Visit Susie's site for more beautiful and whimsical watercolors and Judaica.


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