An interview of Esta Epstein of InterfaithFamily.com on her role as a philanthropist who works in supporting the arts, promoting educational outreach, and encouraging Jewish communities to accept interfaith families.
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article previewing the results of the 2000 National Jewish Population Survey and reviewing the results of other Jewish population surveys and predictions.
By Jessica Steinberg
Reprinted news story about Russian Aliya/Immigration to Israel, and what this means for Israeli demographics, given that many Russian Jews are from interfaith families or have no proof that their mother is Jewish, and therefore are not, halachical
By Debra Nussbaum Cohen
A news article about Rabbi Andi Bachman and his wife Rachel Altstein who created Brooklyn Jews, an alternative Jewish organization that is based on the needs and structure set up by interested participants, rather than following the structure and routi
By Julie Wiener
Article on Interfaithfamily.com’s essay contest that seeks to promote the ways that interfaith families are having meaningful Jewish experiences.
By Sarah Bassin
Personal narrative from a woman who realized in Israel that some of her negative thoughts about Israel were mere "knee-jerk liberalism," and who returned with a determination to help others wrestle with their Judaism, as she does.
By Edmund Case
Reprinted news article combining three letters--from the founder of InterfaithFamily.com, a professor, and the directors of Jewish Outreach Initiative saying that outreach to the intermarried does make a differenc
By Ronnie Friedland
Edmund Case of InterfaithFamily.com discusses intermarriage, the children of interfaith families and the response of the Jewish community.
By Sarah Litvin
Interviews with three interfaith couples who experienced outreach programs, and suggestions on ways to create a successful outreach relationship.
By Beth Gilbert
Reprinted profile of Mason Washauer, the son of divorced interfaith parents, who decided he wanted a Jewish education, and so travels seventy miles twice a week to a synagogue in Missouri.