Morasha Magazine, previously Nishei Ora, includes personal and profound art and writing from Jewish women throughout Eretz Yisrael and the U.S.
Some are baalei teshuva — women who grew up secular and returned to Torah Judaism or. Some are gerim — Jews by choice. Some are Hassidic, Litvish, Modern Orthodox, Chabad, or new to uncovering the beauty of Judaism.
The Morasha community spans the vast spectrum of observance, creating a beautiful, one-of-a-kind publication with meaningful, thought-provoking and inspiring content.
Imahot & Chinuch (Mothering & Education)
Miscarriage & Fertility
BT (Baalai Teshuvah) Tales
Judaic Artist Profiles
Health & Healing
Parsha & Poetry
The 13 editions created so far are filled with stories of women working to create withinj themselves a home for Hashem, bringing holiness into the world.
To submit and article or artwork, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the online version at www.MORASHA613.org
Editorial Director and Founder Mindy Rubenstein, originally from the Tampa Bay area of Florida, lived in Georgia, Virginia, and Maryland, before coming back to the Sunshine State two years ago. She earned a bachelor’s in business and writing from the University of Florida, a master’s in journalism from the University of South Florida, and has worked as a journalist and editor for two decades, including for Chabad.org, the Atlanta Jewish Times, the Tampa Bay Times, and other publications. She founded Nishei Ora in 2015 in Atlanta while homeschooling her oldest daughter. Mindy and her husband have four children and live in South Florida.