This site was created for Bnei Torah, whose circumstances require them to spend time on the Internet, to take a refreshing break and enjoy a quick vort, interesting halacha, story, or other torah content.
Our contributors include;
Rabbi Avorohom Adler has been giving Daf Yomi shiurim for the past 12 years. For the past 4 years he has been a Dirshu Maggid Shiur and was Rosh Chabura Cedar-Green Kollel in Cleveland. He is also a Rebbi in Mosdos Ohr HaTorah. He also has his own Daf Yomi site with more in depth Daf Notes www.daf-yomi.org/ as well as another site www.kollelbokerbeachwood.com
Rabbi Chaim Cohen our Daf writer and audio magid shiur was raised in Baltimore and is a talmid of Yeshivas Ner Yisroel and Lakewood Yeshiva. He now lives in Yerushalayim and learns in the Kollel of the Mir Yeshiva.
Rabbi Shmuel Kass gives the Shemiras Halashon Yomi shiur. Born and raised in Flatbush, Reb Shmuel learned in the Mir in Yerushalayim and then moved to the Lakewood where he learned in Kollel of Bais Medrash Govoha.
Rabbi Peretz Moncharsh, our Kitzur Yomi maggid shiur, was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN learned in the Yeshivos of Philadelphia, South Bend, Brisk-R Dovid, Mir and Kollel La'asukei Shmaytsa. He currently lives in Beitar and is a Moreh Horaah on both the Ashkenazi and Sefardi Batei Horaah as well as the Rosh Kollel of Kollel Shaarei Horaah.
Rabbi Zev Rivkin the voice of Taryag Mitzvos Yomi was born and raised in Edison, New Jersey learned in Ner Yisroel in Baltimore and the Mir Yeshiva of Yerushalayim. He received his semicha from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg. He is the founder and Rosh Kollel of Passaic Clifton Community Kollel.
Rabbi Shaul Rosenberg is a native of Boro Park and talmid of the Mir Yeshiva in Yerushalayim and a long time member of Kollel of Lakewood Yeshiva.
A native of Baltimore now living in Yerushalayim Mrs. Sara Rubinstein is our talented storyteller among other things.
Much gratitude to other contributors including Reb Gershon Burd for his very special contribution, Sasson Guetta and his creative team, and others who prefer to remain nameless.
YOU can also contribute to Revach. If you have a great story or Vort or Halacha or Observation or a great question or anything else we can put on Revach just send it over. This is a great opportunity to share what you have and inspire others!