Tag Archives: My Teacher Podcast

Answering the Call: Rabbi Amy Eilberg on pursuing peace and justice

22 Oct

Rabbi Amy Eilberg, the first woman ordained at the The Jewish Theological Seminary – JTS, reflects on her distinguished career as a chaplain, spiritual director, peace and justice educator and activist and her teachers who guided and called her to service along the way. Please listen to our conversation on My Teacher Podcast.

28 Sep

I am conducting High Holiday services online for B’nai Zion Congregation in Chattanooga, TN, from my studio pulpit in Boynton Beach, FL. Here is my message for Yizkor, 9/28/20.


Subscribe to the My Teacher Podcast

10 May


My Teacher Podcast pilot season drops on May 24.

I’m pleased to announce the launch of the My Teacher Podcast: A Celebration of the People Who Shape Our Lives.

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel wrote, “What we need more than anything else is not textbooks but textpeople. It is the personality of the teacher which is the text that the pupils read; the text that they will never forget.” The “My Teacher” Podcast is a quest for “textpeople.” The podcast will be a forum for leaders in different sectors to reflect on the teachers who shaped and influenced them—who, in the words of Fred Rogers, “loved them into being.” In a challenging time that requires leadership, who do leaders in our community turn to for inspiration and guidance? Tune in to the My Teacher Podcast to find out.

Download the trailer now and subscribe today. Pilot season drops on iTunes, Spotify and other distribution channels on May 24.