By TC Jewfolk
Alcoholism happens in all different kinds of families, including Jewish and interfaith families.
By Josh Olivier-Mason
An audio essay about being interfaith.
By Erika Robel
Interfaith marriage can be pretty funny!
By Magin LaSov Gregg
How a fight over a seemingly small thing brought a Jewish woman and her minister husband closer together.
By Lindsey Silken
Despite the fact that they loved her boyfriend, Tami's parents weren't OK with her dating him. But through lots of communication, they came to choose love and supported the couple's union.
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
In my interfaith partnership, life has been filled with surprises. Family visits are one of these surprises. Every year for six months, my Nepali in-laws come to live with my husband, me and our two small children.
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.