By Debbie Burton
Her husband's openness to having a Christmas tree made the difference in her decision to make a Jewish home.
By Leah Oppenzato
My Catholic wife first suggested raising our children Jewish before we were even married. That conversation was the start of our path.
By Juliet Stamperdahl
My search for the real Norwegian Jews is really about my struggle to feel legitimized in my choice to be a religious Jew in an interfaith marriage.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Advice from an expert on interfaith marriages about interfaith divorce--seek help and support in parenting together.
By Chana-Esther Dayan
So here we are trying to get pregnant and of course there comes the next question--what about religion?
By Marlena Thompson
Her husband of 25 years died and she was not ready to move on after only five years. It wasn't because she didn't follow Jewish mourning customs.
By Mimi DuPree
She fell in love with Judaism. Her Orthodox Christian husband supported the relationship.
By Julie Wiener
For most of my youth, the incomprehensible Hebrew beckoned, yet also seemed to symbolize exclusion.
By Nicole Habif
It may be the marriage that counts in the long run, but the wedding planning gave me the wisdom to know when to compromise, the patience to understand the foibles of those I love and the strength to accomplish both without losing who I was in the process.
By Susan Goldberg
My mom was a big feeder of people. When I started dating Rachel, whose parents and siblings were scattered across the globe, I think my mom felt the need to feed her, too. That's how they bonded.