Each issue is packed with 100 pages of biographies, divrei Torah, profiles of baalei teshuvah, humor, parenting and health advice and Chabad history.
The mission of the N’shei Chabad Newsletter is to help Jewish women to live healthful, wholesome lives based on the teachings of Torah and Chassidus, as well as provide kosher and high quality reading material for the whole family.
Of interest to the whole family but geared to women, this magazine strives to educate, inspire, enlighten and entertain Jews on a variety of topics, including but not limited to:
- chinuch (education)
- moral and ethical issues
- and more.
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Get the unique Chabad perspective on life, and enjoy discussions of some topics you may have wondered about:
- What’s it really like to live far away from family on Chabad Shlichus?
- Can children grow up to be G-d-fearing and Torah-observant if their friends are not?
- How do baalei teshuvah describe their experience coming home?
- When is the right time (if ever) to talk with our children about difficult topics?
- Should we blindly trust the doctors or think for ourselves?
- Why does Chabad believe so strongly in public menorah lightings?
- How can wives stop enabling?
- Is there a better way to deal with bullying in schools than zero tolerance?
- How did an abuse victim heal herself and move on to help others?
- What does Esther Etiquette say about paying shadchanus?
- How did one Chabad community use comedy to bring hundreds of unaffiliated Jews together to study Torah?
- Can a person who was clinically dead and then came back really remember what happened in the heavenly court as his fate was decided?
What our Reader’s Say
Among Orthodox women’s magazines, your magazine is unique. It is refreshing, out of the box… fearless! The series of anti-bullying articles by Izzy Kalman is one good example.
The NCN is always packed with interesting, fresh, entertaining, educational and well-written material. Having come into existence in a time when there was precious little in the way of English-language periodicals, it has set the gold standard for excellence both within Chabad and beyond.
At first I find myself thinking, the N’shei has gone nuts. Then I read more. And I start to think, maybe they have a point? More than once you have brought me to a new non-mainstream way of thinking about controversial subjects.