A “New” Typical Week!

While on my walk today…

I hope you’ve started off the new week in a good way! I was listening to a podcast today and the person said something which struck me. She said how we spend our days is how we spend our lives. Are we using our time on earth, which is as a vapor, wisely? In these unusual times, I think many people are evaluating their lives to determine if they are using their days to serve the L-rd in the way He would have them. Are we impacting those around us with the Gospel?

I am not blind to the realization that many people are now struggling with their finances or health because of the coronavirus. We need to seek how G-d would have us respond.

Baruch and I are using this time at home. Usually we are traveling quite a bit. As you may know from our YouTube channel, Baruch is producing a new (additional) series on the book of Psalms. So, he is now preparing 4 videos each week in English and 2 messages each week in Hebrew (one for our television program and one for the study at our Center). We are also participating in Zoom meetings with our teams around the world. We also enjoy spending more time with our children!

We are of course eating at home, so I am trying some new recipes as well 🙂

Here is a photo gallery of some highlights from our past week or so:

I do plan to tape a new MARRIAGE MONDAYS with Baruch tomorrow. This will be the first video about the wives. If you have not yet subscribed to my YouTube channel, please do so. It is called: Biblically Inspired Life

2 thoughts on “A “New” Typical Week!”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing part of your life with us. I visited Jerusalem three years ago and I fell in love with it. I was planning to go back this coming October but it might not be possible due to the virus. I’ve been enjoying the teachings of Dr. Baruch Korman, I listen to Lost in Translation and watch Midnight From Jerusalem every Saturday, it has been a blessing.
    May God Bless you and your family

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by to leave a comment, Laura! Hope you can get back to Israel soon! Blessings.

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