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Click to view the August 31st teaching of BAT MELECH
With Rena Richman


Dedications                              DVDs


This week's August 31st teaching:

"THE WOMEN OF THE DESERT, PART IV: The women of the desert and the feminine spiritual energy, strength and determination that they were able to tap into and channel enabled them to shepherd the entire generation out of the holocaust of Egypt, throughout the forty years of the wilderness experience, and ultimately into the land of Israel."This teaching was originally recorded in Dallas, Texas, and is being presented in four parts. To view this show, or the August 17th episode, or to access earlier episodes on the online archive, please click here.


Bat Melech teachings are now available in mp3 audio files, which can be accessed from Universal Torah, as well as iTunes!

Bat Melech, the Temple Institute's online television Torah study series, featuring Rena Richman, is webcast bi-weekly. A new half-hour program is posted every second Wednesday, and is available for viewing for the entire week. When each new program is aired, the previous program is archived online.

Bat Melech is now available for sale on DVD. For more information, please click here.

On Bat Melech Rena Richman brings Torah alive from a different perspective, focussing on the matriarchs and the heroines of scripture, and special commandmants entrusted to women.

Viewers are invited to sponsor a Bat Melech program, and have the opportunity to dedicate a particular broadcast, for example in honor of a loved one (see below). Your dedications help to make Bat Melech possible.

Click here to see a Bat Melech program schedule.

Dedicating a Bat Melech


If you would like to be a partner in our efforts to spread the light of Torah to all people, you can do so by dedicating a chapter of Bat Melech in honor of a special occasion or in memory of a loved one. The minimum dedication fee is $120.00. Your dedication will be read on the show and appear in text. We will notify you in advance of the show's premier, and will also mail to you a free complimentary copy of the show in DVD format. Dedicating a chapter of Bat Melech will grant you membership status in The Temple Institute. For more information on membership privileges, please click here.

If you would like to make a dedication via credit card, please click here.

If you would like to make a dedication via check, please make out your check to the following:

     The Temple Institute
     PO Box 31876
     Jerusalem, Israel

Personal Checks, Bank (Cashier's) Checks, and most Money Orders are all acceptable methods of donating to the Temple Institute. However, please do not send United States Postal Orders, as they are not negotiable in Israel.


Please note:

Bat Melech is taped in advance. Overseas mail delivery in Israel can take between two to three weeks to arrive. If you wish to make a dedication on a particular date, you must send your dedication at least six weeks in advance. If this is not possible, please call or fax us:

     Tel: 972-(0)2-6242566
     Fax: 972-(0)2-6242558

Be certain to include a cover letter with your check with the dedication message as you would like it to appear on the show. Also include your mailing address and telephone number if we need to contact you for further clarification.


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