Resources and Articles by Batya Yaniger
Batya Yaniger received her B.S. in Social Work from Loyola University in her hometown of Chicago, and is currently a Spiritual Counselor and graduate student in Psychology. She gives workshops integrating Torah texts for personal development and is a psychiatric rehabilitative social worker. Batya also writes a column, Personal Torah Connections, for the monthly magazine VOICES, and lives in Efrat with her husband and six children.
A Marriage Between Jews and God:
Israel Under the Canopy
Provided by Ta Shma, this series of articles explores Sukkot as a holiday which either expresses the univeralistic or the particularistic nature of Judsaism.
Holidays with a Twist