By Danielle Freni
How do outreach workers make people feel comfortable learning about Judaism without pressuring them to convert?
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article about a national population survey from the Institute for Jewish and Community Research which counted Jews "sociologically" rather than "halachically", leading to a final count of nearly 6.7 million American
By Joe Eskenazi
Reprinted news article about a panel of intermarried, actively Jewish Conservative congregation members, and the ideas that they and San Francisco-area Conservative rabbis discussed about "new approaches to intermarriage," focusing on frami
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article about the Jewish identity of college-aged Americans, both from interfaith families and families with two (or a single) Jewish parent. Discusses interdating, percentage of Jewish friends, and denominational affiliation,
By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about a study showing that the Reform Movement is "doing a good job of making interfaith families feel welcome...but are less effective at encouraging these families to ’move along in their Jewish journey’."
By Alex Romano
Personal narrative from a Jew-by-choice telling how his journey to Auschwitz and his daughter’s spirituality led him to journey toward Judaism.
By Sue Fishkoff
Reprinted news article about Conservative movement initiative to encourage intermarried spouses to convert to Judaism and become active synagogue members.
CN8 Nitebeat discusses interfaith families and how to have a successful December holiday season.
By Steven Michalove
The personal narrative of a man who planned with his Christian wife to raise his children Jewish and was forced to start a new progressive synagogue when his sons were unwelcome in the Orthodox community.
By Philip Carmel
Reprinted news article about trends in France’s Jewish demographics, showing French Jews to be "happy and well-integrated", with a 30% intermarriage rate, a growing Sephardic population, and an increase in demand for J