Living Legend: Rabbi Grossman of Migdal Haemek

How did the 21-year-old newlywed from Meah Shearim form an immediate bond with street kids, gangsters, and hardened prisoners? How did he transform a crime-ridden city into a place of hope, learning, and Torah? How did he begin with 18 boys who needed a home, and create a vast empire of chesed for tens of thousands of children? How did Rav Grossman of Migdal HaEmek become a symbol of Jewish unity, revered by religious and non-religious alike, beloved by all of Klal Yisrael. How did he become a Living Legend? In one amazing story after another, bestselling author Rabbi Nachman Seltzer shows us the mesirus nefesh, compassion, vision and incredible siyata d’Shmaya that have always been a part of Rav Yitzchak Dovid Grossman’s life. And as we are entertained and engaged by these truly remarkable stories, we will also be learning just how he did it — through the incomparable power of absolute Ahavas Yisrael.   Hardcover Pages: 484
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description of book How did the 21-year-old newlywed from Meah Shearim form an immediate bond with street kids, gangsters, and hardened prisoners? How did he transform a crime-ridden city into a place of hope, learning, and Torah? How did he begin with 18 boys who needed a home, and create a vast empire of chesed for tens of thousands of children? How did Rav Grossman of Migdal HaEmek become a symbol of Jewish unity, revered by religious and non-religious alike, beloved by all of Klal Yisrael. How did he become a Living Legend? In one amazing story after another, bestselling author Rabbi Nachman Seltzer shows us the mesirus nefesh, compassion, vision and incredible siyata d’Shmaya that have always been a part of Rav Yitzchak Dovid Grossman’s life. And as we are entertained and engaged by these truly remarkable stories, we will also be learning just how he did it — through the incomparable power of absolute Ahavas Yisrael.   Hardcover Pages: 484

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