By Jim Keen
Personal narrative by an intermarried Protetant man describing his parents’ active participation and appreciation in his wife’s and children’s Judaism.
By Rohanna Green
The personal narrative of a young woman whose Christian father welcomed her mother’s Jewish lifestyle for their home.
By Rabbi Daniel S. Brenner
Personal narrative of a rabbi remembering how shocked his North Carolina Christian neighbors were when his bookish family built a sukkah with nails and drills each Sukkot.
By Leisah Woldoff
Reprinted news article about Jewish families with adopted Asian children, and how they raise their cihldren with a strong Jewish identity, as well as knowledge and respect for the culture of their birth parents.
By Abby Spotts
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a Catholic man about deciding whether to send their son to a Jewish preschool or not.
By Nina Amir Lacey
The personal narrative of a woman who decided, with her non-Jewish husband, to raise her children Jewish, and was able to expose Judaism to Christian step-children as well.
By Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky
Reprinted professional advice about Thanksgiving as an opportunity to discuss family religious observance in preparation for the upcoming December holidays.
By Dr. Paula Brody
Professional advice saying that it won’t confuse children to celebrate Christmas with their non-Jewish family members IF they celebrate other Jewish holidays and so have a solid Jewish identity.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative and general information about Sukkot, and the magical way in which a sukkah, a temporary hut, transformed one interfaith family’s backyard for a week.
By Julie Wiener
News article about children from interfaith homes who are now studying to be rabbis.