Tefilla by Rav Mordechai Eliyahu's Kever Gets Boy Back on the Derech
From this week's Kol Tzofayich (p. 4, bottom of right column), I'll translate:
A Tallit that is all Techeilet
This story we heard 2 weeks ago close to the gravesite of the Rav [Mordechai Eliyahu] ZT"L. An excited woman was standing there and she told me the following story:
I have been divorced for 5 years. Divorce is a tough thing in general, but in my case, besides the difficulty with the separation and other things, the main difficulty was with my 11-year-old son. Already for a year and a half, he was not ready to go to the synagogue, and he was continuously sliding from a religious aspect. I tried different methods, I took advice from whomever possible, but I felt that I was unsuccessful in reaching the boy - I was unsuccessful in returning him back to the proper path, and every day was turning out worse than the one before it.
With the advice of a friend, I came about a month ago to the gravesite of the Rav. When I stood there, my heart was opened in prayer. For a whole hour, I prayed and cried, mainly for my dear son, but also for myself.
That very night, the Rav appeared in my dream, and in the dream, the Rav was wrapped in a Tallit and was smiling. And behold, I saw my dear son going forward under the Tallit of the Rav, and the Rav brought him in under the wings of the Tallit.
The next day, the unbelievable happened. My son got up for Tefilla in the synagogue without me telling him a word, as if he too saw the dream. And since then, he has been going every day to the synagogue, and is only getting stronger in keeping Mitzvot.