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  1. Your Customer May Not Be Your Customer Edgeblog

  2. Work on the Right Side

    “Nothing has to happen; anything can happen,” Rabbi Sid Schwarz writes on the blackboard when teaching clergy how to create compelling spiritual communities at CLAL, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. Obviously, nobody sitting in Sid’s seminars at the Clergy Leadership Incubator is hoping for a career defined by the left side of this couplet. But what does it take to work on the right side?


    Posted on: 2015/12/22 - 12:00am

  3. Hurry Up and Slow Down

    Entrepreneurs know something daydreamers don’t, and I’m determined to discover what that is.


    Posted on: 2015/11/30 - 12:00am

  4. Journeys: Thinking About the Big Picture: What Congregations Need

  5. Call on AIPAC To Rescind Trump Invitation

  6. Multifaith World - Jewish-Muslim Relations in America: How to Be an Ally

    Note: This piece was published in January, 2016. 

    The author can be contacted by email at Nfuchs-kreimer@rrc.edu.


    Posted on: 2015/01/05 - 12:00am

  7. Deborah April Column

    What does a thriving synagogue look like? I was recently asked to be on a panel at a conference on this topic. To prepare, I sat down — in true Reconstructionist style —with Seth Rosen, the chair of our board of governors; Tresa Grauer, who was recently promoted to become vice president for thriving communities; and almost-rabbi Micah Weiss, who will graduate from RRC in June, and just started working with us as assistant director of the Thriving Communities department and tikkun olam specialist.


    Posted on: 2019/04/02 - 12:02pm

  8. Post About Welcome Poster

    Dear friends across the Reconstructionist movement,

    These are challenging and uncertain times. One of the things we’ve been hearing a lot from lay leaders and rabbis in many of our communities is the desire to reaffirm and strengthen our shared Jewish values of diversity, inclusion, respect, and welcoming. During the recent meeting of the Plenum, for example, some participants spoke about their congregations’ desire to stand up to bigotry and intimidation in light of the recent increase in acts of hate against various minority communities, including our own.


    Posted on: 2017/01/24 - 10:39am

  9. Reconstructing Judaism Funds an Innovative, Spiritual Community Based on Entrepreneurial Model

  10. Why We Have to Talk About It

    When I was growing up, it was common to hear and see religious leaders whose faith compelled them to stand up in the public square to join the struggle for peace and social justice. Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Phillip and Daniel Berrigan, Father Robert Drinan and Father Francis P. Duffy, Rev. William Sloane Coffin and the Catholic nuns and other religious figures who marched with Dr.


    Posted on: 2019/04/29 - 3:55pm