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Make Your Own Bar/Bat Mitzvah is using and inspiring guide that takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a very personal and meaningful Bar/Bat Mitzvah. This book offers a joyful and effective planning process that will help you produce a coming of age ritual filled with innovative ideas and sound guidance. Rabbi Goldie Milgram provides an effective, exciting process to help you organize this experience to meet your needs, in particular your studies, mentors, service, Torah talk, party, gifts and expressions of appreciation. Pragmatic and inspiring, this ground-breaking work will help students, families and communities to create healthy and memorably happy bar/bat mitzvah experiences. Rabbi Goldie Milgram is spearheading the Bar/Bat Mitzvah Institute Initiative, developed under a grant from the Nathan Cummings Foundation and focused upon creating more meaningful and effective ways of preparing students for bar/bat mitzvah. Author of Reclaiming Judaism as a Spiritual Practice: Holy Days and Shabbat, she is Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit educational research and training group, Pnai Yachadut and also runs the highly regarded web site family Reclaiming Judaism.org. Reb Goldie Milgram is an extraordinary, creative, and wise teacher/mentor/guide/partner in the exploration of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah process. She takes the reader on a multi-dimensioned journey to discover various meaningful traditions and rituals and, in turn, to express them into a spiritually significant celebration. This book is the Bar/Bat Mitzvah's equivalent to What Color Is Your Parachute. Peninnah Schram, author, Stories One Generation Tells to Another? Rabbi Goldie Milgram restores relevance and spirituality to the process of becoming bar/bat mitzvah. Her guidance is delivered with great wisdom and compassion. I highly recommend this work. - David A Cooper, author of God is a Verb
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“This is a most valuable book to learn about Judaism for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah of any age!” ––Peninnah Schram, author, Jewish Stories, One Generation Tells Another “Restores relevance and spirituality to the process of becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah.” ––Rabbi David A. Cooper, author, God is a Verb “Solid, wise and inviting. She does not preach, talk down, or every become boring. The sample divrei Torah are worth the price of admission.” ––Rabbi Nancy Fuchs Kreimer, author, Parenting as a Spiritual Journey “Helps Bar and Bat Mitzvah students enhance their autonomy, thinking, creative engagement, Jewish identity and self esteem.” ––Ellen Weaver, psychotherapist, pastoral counselor, and Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutor, Woodstock Jewish Congregation “I cherish this as a parent, educator, and impassioned adult Bat Mitzvah student. An invaluable tool to help transform this learning process into a joyous adventure.” ––Julia Indichova, author, Inconceivable and director, Fertile Heart Parenting CenterFrom the Back Cover:
A Guide for Creating Your Own Rite of Passage Make Your Own Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a useful and inspiring guide that takes you step–by–step through the process of creating a very personal and meaningful Bar/Bat Mitzvah. This book offers a joyful and effective planning process filled with innovative ideas and sound guidance that will help you customize your coming of age ritual. Rabbi Goldie Milgram helps you organize this experience to fulfill your Bar/Bat Mitzah goals regarding your studies, mentors, service, Torah talk, and gifts. Pragmatic and inspiring, this groundbreaking work guides students, families, and communities to create healthy and memorably happy Bar/Bat Mitzvah experiences. "This is a most valuable book to learn about Judaism for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah of any age!" Peninnah Schram, author, Jewish Stories One Generation Tells Another "Restores relevance and spirituality to the process of becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah." Rabbi David A. Cooper, author, God Is a Verb "Helps Bar/Bat Mitzvah students enhance their autonomy, thinking, creative engagement, Jewish identity, and self–esteem." Ellen Weaver, psychotherapist, pastoral counselor, and Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutor, Woodstock Jewish Congregation
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