Welcome to the Savannah Kollel Shalom Challenge Page

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  • Avi Nitekman
  • Ephraim Rabhan
  • Frank Slotin
  • Michael And Kooden
  • Stephanie Lichtman
  • Robyn M.
  • Kenneth Miller
    Always a great learning environment
  • Carol M. Towbin Greenberg
    Sounds like a worthwhile endeavor, to heal ourselves before we try to heal others.
  • Ruchoma Nitekman
  • Judy Hirsch
  • Gary Sadller
  • Simcha List
  • Edward Rabhan
  • Stephen Safer
  • Cary Shoob
  • Robert Friedman
  • Benjamin Eichholz
  • Helese Sandler
  • Barbara Tanenbaum
  • Paula Lewis
  • Martin Rosenfeld
    thank you Rabbis.
  • Michele Raskin
  • Kenneth Mercer
  • Yaki Rabhan
  • Barry Krakow
  • Lucy Gottlieb
    Many Thanks for ALL that YOU do!!!
  • Anonymous
  • Joe Goldstein
  • Donna Epstein
  • Dvorah Gottlieb
  • Y.Z. Goldstein
  • Herbie Hornstein
  • Jody Langdon
  • Rena Maccabee
  • Mellissa Wheeler
  • Ronnie Miller
  • Bina Pritzker
  • Chavi Rabhan
  • Lyn Rosenzweig
  • Victoria Barthelt
  • Yitzy Rabhan
  • Judy Rosen
  • Judy Rosen
  • Nechama Rabhan
  • DeeDee Rabhan
  • Devorah Rabhan
  • Lucy Gottlieb
  • Marianne Scheer
  • Jerald Gottlieb
  • Audrey Biloon
  • Jan Feehley
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I took the Shalom Challenge and I'm so excited to have you join me!

Get 4 weeks of daily 2 minute videos and wisdom bytes with practical guidance to conflict free relationships.

What do I get when I join?
A 4-week journey to Shalom
— in all your relationships

Every morning, you’ll get an email or whatsapp
with a 2 minute video or thought & a quick action
step you can take to better relationships.
Week 1 Creating peace with how I view people
Week 2 Enabling peace with how I feel & think
Week 3 Bringing peace with how I speak
Week 4 Activating peace with things I do

You’ll learn things like:

  • How to appreciate someone else's opinion even when they are wrong
  • 4 mindset changes that will help you stay strong and move on … even when somebody really hurts you
  • What is a Shalom Account and how you can use it to bounce out of conflict
  • The most powerful piece everybody misses when they apologize
  • And much, much more...
4 Ways to Practice Peace