By Carla Naumburg
My husband is Jewish. I am Jewish. We are raising our daughters in a Jewish home, and we belong to a synagogue. Yet we are an interfaith family.
By Emily JH Kruskol
At a friend's house, a conversation attacking intermarriage becomes a chance to defend her family's choices - and a chance to tell family members she's proud they're Jews.
By Heather Subba
Being in an interfaith and intercultural relationship can come with both challenges and rewards, and learning to embrace them can be its own reward.
By Rabbi Katy Z. Allen
After the author converted to Judaism, shared experiences and art helped her connect to her mother's spirituality and, ultimately, led to a beautiful and moving funeral.
By Ruth Schapira
How do we talk to teens about religion? About their religious identity? About their parent's conversion?
By Sharon Morton
Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
By Marisa Elana James
When two religions share one home, can an Easter dinner feel authentic while also meeting Passover's dietary restrictions?
By Jordyn Rozensky
There are many great mazto ball soup cooks in the family, and none of them are Jewish.
By Galit Breen
A great way to encourage everyone, young and old, Jewish or not, to participate in your Passover seder.
By Stacie Garnett-Cook
Over time, Stacie's opinion on intermarriage evolved.