By Edie Mueller
When my husband read an early draft of this essay, he asked, ''Why doesn't her partner have to support our daughter? After all, they agreed to raise children as Jews.'' What does it mean to raise a Jewish child?
By Meri Phillips
Growing up in a Conservative Jewish family, with intermarried parents, Meri never felt like she fully fit in. Now she's trying to find a religious home for her own family, and is torn by the Conservative movement's attitudes toward intermarriage.
By Rabbi Steven J. Lebow
If the Book of Ruth, text customarily studied on Shavuot, were written with today's interfaith couples in mind...
By Heather Subba
Though nervous her husband would be seen as 'different' or 'other' in a synagogue setting, finding a synagogue home community became important for one interfaith family.
By Rabbi Erin Polansky
At Christmastime, these righteous and generous partners in our midst are reminded of what they have given up. This year, let us acknowledge their contribution to strengthening our people. Let's remember to say thank you, not to take their involvement for granted.
By Magin LaSov Gregg
How a fight over a seemingly small thing brought a Jewish woman and her minister husband closer together.
By Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy
It sometimes feels like we spent that entire pre-marital year talking about religious practice and how far each of us was willing to go to help the other be spiritually fulfilled without violating our own spiritual and identity needs.
By The Jewish Daily Forward
A Q&A reprinted from The Forward, about a woman's struggle to tell her husband she wants a bris for their son.
By TC Jewfolk
Alcoholism happens in all different kinds of families, including Jewish and interfaith families.
Much of the decisions involved in a wedding revolve around the ceremony, but InterFaithways has compiled a list of things that couples might want to discuss about their life after the wedding day before they get married.