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Shabbat, June 6-7, Greenville, SC.

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Sunday, April 6th - Monday, April 7th - Akron JCC 

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Audio / Video
Open to Hope - Click here to listen to a radio interview for "Open to Hope" - a non profit organization with the mission of helping people find hope after loss. .
A Gathering in Support of Israel and Peace, August 13, 2014. Click here to here to listen to "Reflection & Text Study: It is written in the Book of the Wars of Adonai, 'There will be love in the end.'" Click here to list to a prayer for Israel's soldiers, a prayer for healing, a prayer for Israel and a prayer for peace.
Click here to watch the burial of ashes from Dachau in the Durham Hebrew Cemetery, Memorial Day 2014.
Clcik here to watch a panel on Huffington Post Live - February 4, 2014 - on Untimely Death.
Click here to for a podcast with Amy Ziettlow, Host of FamilyScholars Conversations.
Click here to listen to Rabbi Greyber and Rev Joe Harvard on Your Health Radio for their conversation on "Faith and Death" - August 2013
Click here to listen to Rabbi Greyber's conversation with NPR's Frank Stasio on The State of Things.
Click here to watch a panel on Huffington Post Live - December 18, 2012 - on Holiday Loss.
Click here and listen in to minutes 10 to 31 for the conversation for a conversation about Faith & Healing with Drs. Adam Goldstein and Cristy Page on "Your Health Radio."
Click here to listen to a talk given at the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill on June 1, 2012.


Faith Unravels: A Rabbi's Struggle with Grief and God, by Rabbi Greyber

Every year, thousands of young people die, leaving in their wake circles of grieving friends in need of support. Many look to how clergy understand loss but few religious traditions have a defined mourning process—or even a role in mourning—for non-family members. Faith Unravels speaks to the profound pain experienced by a forgotten mourner, not by making an argument about God or by offering a recipe of rituals, but by sharing a profound story of faith lost and gained anew.

Click here or on the book cover to the right to order Faith Unravels direct from the publisher.

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What people are saying about Faith Unravels 

"Rabbi Greyber has done something magnificent with the book you are holding in your hands. He has shared of himself, revealed in the most intimate way where loss can take you, and where it can't. He has allowed us a peek inside a world of religious observance, beauty, and joy, and in doing so has laid bare the profundity of Judaism. This book is not preachy or full of instructions. It's a personal testament of love for the Jewish people, God, and those friends he loved and lost."
—From the foreword by Mayim Bialik, TV actor, Big Bang Theory and Blossom and author of Beyond the Sling
See Mayim's blog about Faith Unravels here.
"We have all loved and lost, but too often we lack the tools to grieve and heal. In Faith Unravels, Rabbi Daniel Greyber has given us a path back to wholeness and to God. It is an inspiring work of comfort, faith, heart, and hope."
Rabbi Naomi Levy, author of Hope Will Find You
"Rabbi Greyber is smart, inspired, and empowering. His book Faith Unravels gives me comfort and faith! It's not a good read; it's a must-read."
Craig Taubman, singer songwriter
"Families grieve a loss, but how do we mark the loss of the families we create—friends, teachers, students, colleagues? Rabbi Greyber's story touches each of us who mourn, and his wisdom helps us cope with our own bewilderment and grief." 
—Rabbi David Wolpe, author of Why Faith Matters
"In this poignant and intimate memoir, Rabbi Greyber reveals how unspeakable tragedy can pave the path to enduring faith. Inspired and inspiring, Faith Unravels confronts our spiritual struggle to transform devastating grief into courage, love, and hope." 
—Brad Delson, Linkin Park guitarist 
"Faith Unravels teaches on many levels. It touchingly explores a young rabbi's heart and troubled faith as he confronts the deaths of two friends. But offering more than his own experience—always a flimsy platform on which to stand—Greyber illumines the riches of Jewish traditions and practices in the face of death. Two irresistible forces—a young man's first encounter with death, and the eternal vastness of God—make for a powerful story when they collide. All people of faith will benefit from this story."
—Richard Lischer, Duke Divinity School


Faith Unravels is a remarkable gift to everyone in a faith community struggling to cope with the death of someone they love.  He allows us into his own struggle with the deaths of dear friends.  It is an honest account of his grieving as a person of deep faith.  Greyber teaches us how “to choose life” while facing death and encounter the living God in the process.

—Rev. Joe Harvard, First Presbyterian Church

To help spread the word about Faith Unravels, click here to download a marketing flyer that you can print out and put up in your community.  Or click here to contact me about bringing me to your community for a book reading or a scholar-in-residence weekend.

What the press is saying...

Faith Unravels selected as one of the best books of 2013 by the Jewish News Service.

Click here to read a front page story in Washington Jewish Week

Click here to read a story from The Texas Jewish Post.

Click here to read Rabbi Greyber's interview in CJ Voices, the national magazine for the Conservative movement.

Click here to read the review of Faith Unravels in Conservative Judaism.

Click here to read an article about Faith Unravels from the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles.