By Emily Savage
Having liberal, make-your-own-decisions interfaith parents made my path to Judaism a shaky one, but I got there with everyone's support.
By Russ Consor
A prospective dad hits the internet to answer the question, do Jews have godparents?
By Dr. Jeffrey Greenhut
Personal narrative by an unconventional (retired military officer, Republican) Jew describing how he, his non-Jewish fiancee, and both of their families from previous marriages celebrate each other’s holidays.
By Robin Margolis
Why doesn't the Jewish community reach out to us in the same way that it reaches out to interfaith couples? My story--and the story of the Half-Jewish Network-- may hold some clues.
By Rachel Sarah
Profile of Francesca Segrè, author of Daughter of the Bride, about a 29-year-old single woman whose mother gets remarried.
By Cynthia Spikell
A Jewish genealogy expert gives an introduction to the tools for researching your family history.
By Tori Avey
I've been cooking our family Passover seder meal for almost a decade, but this year will be my first time cooking it as a Jewish woman. Preparing a delicious, unleavened meal for fifty is not an easy task, but I learned how by not being afraid to make mistakes.
By Michelle Effron Miller
Daughter of an interfaith marriage, she is raising her children as Jews, but her brothers are not.
By Dawn C. Kepler
Advice from an outreach professional on Salt Cod on Shabbat, by Rachel Rockenmacher.
By Benjamin A. Maron
We tend to dwell on what it's like for parents when their children intermarry. What about what it's like for children whose parents enter a second, interfaith marriage?