What’s Jewish about welcoming guests? Every culture does hospitality, right? Father of two and psychologist Bill explains some of the practices that families can try out in the realm of welcoming, or hachnasat orchim, that are especially Jewish. Part of our 10-episode series of resources for parents of Jewish kids. This video is part of a series made possible by the Lippman Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah.
Posted April 7, 2016
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