The Ginsbergs, a Hasidic family living in Brooklyn, New York, discuss what their faith means to them and why they're striving to make the world a better place.
With no television, Internet access or video game system in the home, Shterna, Toby, Chaya and Brocha, four Hasidic women who have 32 children between them, say their sons and daughters have learned to entertain themselves.
Shterna and Aron Ginsberg, Hasidic parents of nine children with one more on the way, share how humbled they feel when they look around the dinner table.
Like most single people around the world, Hasidic men and women of marrying age are in search of a soul mate who shares the same values and ideals. Shterna, Toby, Chaya and Brocha, four married Hasidic women, discuss dating, matchmaking and more.
Shterna and Aron Ginsberg, a Hasidic couple who invited Oprah into their home, clear up a common misconception and share their views of other religions, including Christianity and Islam.
Outsiders may think women have a subservient role in the Hasidic community, but Shterna, Toby, Chaya and Brocha, four Hasidic wives and mothers, tell Oprah that women are the foundation of the home and equal partners.
Hasidic couple Shterna and Aron Ginsberg show Oprah how they honor Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, one of their greatest spiritual leaders, in their Brooklyn, New York, home.
Shterna, Toby, Chaya and Brocha, four Hasidic women, share their reaction to the 2011 murder of Leiby Kletzky, an 8-year-old Hasidic boy who grew up in Brooklyn's Borough Park neighborhood.
Seven years ago, Oprah received an email from an 11-year-old girl with a dream to start an orphanage in Haiti. That girl grew up to make her dream a reality. Meet 19-year-old Ariana and find out why her parents decided to sell everything they own and move their entire family to Haiti to help children with nowhere else to turn.
Before the 2010 Haiti earthquake, there were an estimated 380,000 orphans in Haiti. Now, officials believe that number may have doubled. Watch as Oprah tours the Lighthouse Orphanage and meet some of the children who have been given new hope thanks to the American family that founded it.