Published Books

Not A Partnership | Why We Keep Getting Marriage Wrong & How We Can Get It Right

It may be true that divorce rates are declining, but if one were to ask why, well, the answer is simple: fewer people want a marriage altogether. As society has looked inward towards self-centeredness as the ultimate aim, rather than outward and towards the other, marriage’s key pillar – giving – has been the biggest casualty. Clearly, it is time to re-define what a healthy marriage is, and how we can get one, not only reviving the casualty, but transforming the relationship into the center of our well-being, security and happiness.

Looking through their unique lens, Tod Jacobs and Dr. Peter Lynn give the reader an in depth definition of what marriage is – and what it is not – by combining some of the world's oldest wisdom with 21st century research and insight.

Image by Sandy Millar

Nurture Their Nature | The Torah's Essential Guidance for Parents and Teachers

When our children and students ask,


  • What makes me unique?

  • How do I find my path in life?

  • Can I make a difference in the world? 


they are poised to flourish. Our job, as parents and teachers, is to guide them on their journeys of self-discovery. This book lights the way with the wisdom of Torah from a stunning spectrum of sources, empowering us to "nurture their nature."

See the review from Yononson Rosenblum in Mishpacha Magazine (August, 2021).

Business Growth