By Deanna Shoss
This is not about my spouse becoming Jewish. It's about unambiguous support from both of us that our child is Jewish, regardless of what we practice individually.
By Debbie Burton
Debbie is studying for conversion, and thinks her 15-year-old Jewish daughter shouldn't date non-Jews.
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 Amy Klein
News article about interfaith families raising their children Jewish in the Los Angeles area.
By Chana-Esther Dayan
So here we are trying to get pregnant and of course there comes the next question--what about religion?
By Susanna Perrett
Not picking one religious identity for your children gives them responsibility for a hard decision you, as an adult, don't want to make.
By Jim Keen
A non-Jewish dad raising his children Jewishly wonders what he would do if his children marry non-Jews.
By Julie Wiener
For most of my youth, the incomprehensible Hebrew beckoned, yet also seemed to symbolize exclusion.
By Mimi DuPree
There's a reason "unremittingly bleak" is not a shelf category in the Barnes and Noble Children's Section.