6" x 9"
Written by: Yehoshua Alpren
Published by: Mosiaca Press
Each day a Jew arrives at the Bridge Called Prayer. He consciously decides whether or not to connect each blessing and challenge to the Almighty. Crossing the bridge initiates an intimate relationship with Avinu Malkeinu. Failing in this assignment, he becomes entangled in a web of distractions and ignores his treasured heirloom.
In these days of chaos and confusion, before the arrival of the Mashiach, Chazal advise us to strengthen our emuna and rely more on our bond with the Almighty and less on our own exertions. Prayer is the catalyst of our salvation.
A Bridge Called Prayer offers insight and practical tools in these critical areas of spiritual growth. The aim of this sefer is to inspire the reader to design and construct his own Bridge Called Prayer through…
- Fascinating explanations and insights from classic and contemporary sources.
- Practical advice and encouragement to help improve your prayer experience immediately!
- Inspiring anecdotes and stories of Sages, past and present.
About The Author:
Rabbi Yehonason Alpren was born in Birmingham, England. Formerly a talmid of Yeshivas Kerem B'Yavne and Gateshead Yeshiva, he trained as a lawyer and has been a member of the Kollel of the Mirrer Yeshiva in Jerusalem for the last thirty-five years.
Rabbi Alpren guides his listeners with practical lessons and suggestions from Chazal, adapting and applying them into everyday lifetime situations. He transforms Torah study into a delightful experience through inspirational insights and personal experience.