By Shira and Thomas Johnson
A trip to Israel with a group of other interfaith couples from Atlanta changed their lives as individuals, as a couple and as a family.
By Julie Wiener
There is a lot more talk against outreach to interfaith families in bad economic times.
By Rabbi Mayer W. Selekman
What has become perfectly clear is that more and more congregations are finding ways to embrace and engage their entire congregational family, including the intermarried among them.
By Jeffrey Grover
A play on interfaith marriage has become a great vehicle for promoting discussion and awareness of the issues facing interfaith families.
InterfaithFamily.com Announces InterfaithFamily/Chicago: A Pilot Initiative to Bring Comprehensive Programming Aimed at Engaging Interfaith Families Jewishly to Local Communities
By Alexis Gewertz
A personal account of how two partners, both of whom are committed to their own religions, benefited from a course on dialogue and communication for interdating/intermarried couples.
By Rabbi Howard A. Berman
This was originally written as a sermon, given on Yom Kippur, 2011, outlining the views of a Classical Reform rabbi's approach to intermarriage, officiation and outreach.