Rabbi Shmuel Khoshkerman
Harav Shmuel Khoshkerman is a graduate of Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, MD.
There he received his Rabbinic ordination.
He has additional certification as a mohel (ritual circumcision), schochet (ritual slaughter), and sofer (scribe) and has published his highly acclaimed Minchat Shmuel (3 Volumes), focusing on the application of Halacha (Jewish Law) to contemporary issues.
Rabbi Khoshkerman has already attained renown as a posek (legal scholar and decider of Jewish law) and misader gittin (expert in ritual divorce).
He currently serves in the official capacity of Rabbinical Advisor to the Atlanta Kashruth Commission.
|Avoiding Temptation and Lust 11-16-10||Mussar||48 min|
|Conflicts 11-23-10||Mussar||53 min|
|Emunah and Bitachon 10-26-10||Mussar||54 min|
|Fear and Love of Hashem||Mussar||39 min|
|Halachot Tzniot (1) (Laws of Modesty)||Mussar||39 min|
|Halachot Tzniot (2) and Laws of Yichud - Seclusion of a Man and Woman||Mussar||35 min|
|Insights and Advice for Navigating the Road to Teshuva||Mussar||88 min|
|Into to Teshuva 5771 R' Khoshkerman||Mussar||1 min|
|Jealousy 11-09-10||Mussar||52 min|
|Rachmanut (Mercy)||Mussar||45 min|
|Revenge and Grudges 11-30-10||Mussar||46 min|
|Simcha (Happiness) 11-02-10||Mussar||54 min|
|Teshuva 5771 R' Khoshkerman||Mussar||25 min|
|Teshuva Drasha 5774-5775 - Finding Excitement in Judaism||Mussar||35 min|
|Teshuva Drasha Harmony in Hashem's Home-Harmony in Our Home 5772||Mussar||32 min|
|Zrizut (Zealousness)||Mussar||44 min|
|Bein Adam L'Chavero (01) Kindness and Inviting Guests||Middos||46 min|
|Bein Adam L'Chavero (02) Visiting the Sick and Shiva Call||Middos||43 min|
|Bein Adam L'Chavero (03) From Morning 'til Night||Middos||45 min|
|Bein Adam L'Chavero (04) Lashon Hara||Middos||44 min|
|Har Nof Tragedy||Nisyonos||11 min|
|What Happens to the Neshama in an Out of Body Experience||Mysticism||51 min|
|Sefardim and Ashkenazim Customs||Philosophy||41 min|
|Hespid Rabbi Ovadia Yosef||Hespeidim||44 min|
|Halacha for Women (5) Shabbat||Hilchos Shabbos||38 min|