Emuna Outreach was founded by Rabbi Lazer Brody in 2005 with the blessings of this generation's foremost spiritual leaders, including Rabbi Moshe Halberstam of blessed memory, the Melitzer Rebbe shlit'a, the Belzer Rebbe shlit'a, Rav Shalom Arush shlit'a, and many others. Emuna Outreach's goal is to spread emuna, the pure and complete faith in G-d, to people all over the world from all walks of life.
The activities of Emuna Outreach include Rabbi Lazer's award-winning daily web journal Lazer Beams, publication of books, pamphlets and CDs on emuna, production of video clips on emuna, dissemination of the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslev among English speakers, and providing group spiritual guidance in Israel and abroad.
Emuna Outreach distributes CDs and books free-of-charge to border settlements in Israel, to soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces, and to British, Canadian, and US troops in combat areas, such as Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, Rabbi Lazer spends considerable time strengthening morale within the Israeli Army.
Believing in the need to unite all of humanity in the service of Hashem, Emuna Outreach strongly supports the Noahide Movement around the world, and enjoys a unique friendship with the Native Americans of the USA and Canada.
As the former rabbi and spiritual of an Israeli prison, Rabbi Brody deeply cares about the rehabilitation of prison inmates. As such, Emuna Outreach has distributed thousands of books and CDs to prison inmates all over the USA (see Aleph Institute's testimony here ).
Contributions to Emuna Outreach are tax-deductable and can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org. They go directly to spreading emuna around the world. Emuna Outreach is staffed by dedicated volunteers in Israel, the USA, Canada, and the UK.
Above photo: Emuna Outreach in the IDF
Above photo: Emuna Outeach with senior citizens
Above photo: Singer and composer Guy Tzvi Mintz and Rabbi Lazer Brody in an Emuna-Outreach evening of inspiration and encouragement on one of Israel's front-line border settlements