By Ken Kramarz
Director of a Jewish camp describes his approach to interfaith families and how the camp integrates Judaism into its curriculum.
By Lindsey Silken
The best surfer in the world is a 23-year-old Hawaiian-Jewish dude who got a mezuzah for his door when he went to Israel.
By Paula Lee Hellman
Personal narrative from a woman describing how her Thanksgiving dinner has changed over the years--in terms of those in attendance and location where itís held--yet the sentiment of thankfulness and American pride remains the same.
By Rabbi Carl Perkins
Professional advice from a rabbi on how to approach the gray areas surrounding burial, belief, and ritual when deciding how to bury and commemorate a loved one in an interfaith family. Also, a description of traditional Jewish
By Shana Franklin
Reprinted article by child of interfaith parents describing the ways in which her mother, who converted to Judaism, incorporated important, "magical" parts of Christianity such as the Easter bunny and Santa Claus, into her kids’
By Edmund Case
Reprinted professional view from Ed Case contrasting the anti-outreach conclusions of Sylvia Barack Fishman’s social scientific study to "other available information," including the personal narratives collected for an essay contest b
By Charlotte Honigman-Smith
Opinion piece and personal narrative from a young woman presenting herself as an example of how Jewishly involved children and spouses in interfaith families and intermarriages not only can be, but already are.
By Alexandra J. Wall
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who married a "half-Jewish" man on her Intro to Judaism class and her open-minded welcoming rabbi.
By Sandra (Sandy) Anderson
Personal narrative from an intermarried woman who wishes her kids would marry Jews, but who believes that they will make good choices, regardless of whom they marry.
By Hedi Molnar
A new study of intermarriage between Jews and Asians prompts an examination of the status of Asian Jewish families.