Rabbi

Rabbi

Rabbi

Rabbi

Torah, Avodah, Simcha

  A Rebbe First and Foremost

torah icon whiteRabbi Seltzer writes, “I have been fortunate to be able to teach Torah to thousands of students over the years. This is one of the most enjoyable facets of my life.”

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Author/Writer

rns book iconRabbi Nachman Seltzer is the author of twenty-eight books, including such classics as The Network, The Link and The Shadows (fiction); Child of War, Heaven’s Tears (biographies) the It Could Have Been You series (true short stories); the Class Acts series, 48, and the runaway bestsellers Inside Their Homes and IncredibleRabbi Seltzer is a columnist for Hamodia’s Inyan Magazine with his true stories beloved around the world.
(Check out the Hamodia tab for some of his writings!)

Many corporate clients reach out to Rabbi Seltzer on a regular basis.
Clients include: BMG (Lakewood Yeshiva), Bottom Line Marketing Group, Dirshu, Keren Hashviis, and many others…

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Speaker

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Rabbi Seltzer is a popular international speaker. His lectures are filled with inspirational Torah ideas and concepts, laced with his unique brand of incredible stories, leaving listeners moved and empowered for the future.
Rabbi Seltzer can be reached for comments regarding engagements at [email protected]

Rabbi Seltzer has spoken at many different places including, Tiferet Moshe in Queens, Spain-Gibraltar trip with Rav Efraim Shapiro, JLE — London, Ohel Sara Amen Group — 5 towns, Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah — Lakewood, numerous Baltimore schools and organizations, Bobov Girls High School — Boro Park                      

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Hamodia/Journalism

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Rabbi Seltzer writes, “For close to fifteen years I have had the privilege of writing a column for the international Hamodia Magazine – a publication which is read around the world by Jews everywhere. Through this column I have been able to connect with hundreds of thousands of Yidden in a very deep and meaningful way – with their personal stories serving to bring chizuk and inspiration to ganz Klal Yisroel.”

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