By Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein
An opinion/editorial article discussing what makes a couple "interfaith" and how their children should be taught religion.
By Kiran Ansari
Reprinted news article describing several interfaith families’ and experts’ advice on how to raise kids in interfaith families--especially around the December holidays.
By Susan Goldberg
It turns out that being a Jewish kid in Thunder Bay, Ontario is more exotic than having lesbian moms.
By Annie Modesitt
Personal narrative from an intermarried woman who is deeply invested in Judaism but has not yet converted.
By Sally Srok Friedes
The author of a recent memoir about converting to Judaism five years into an interfaith marriage writes about her mixed feelings at this important lifecycle event.
By Dr. Dale Atkins
Dr. Dale speaks with intermarried couples about the issues they had to solve before they married and she speaks with a rabbi who works with many interfaith couples.
By Jacob Berkman
News story about the PJ Library, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that sends Jewish children's books to families with young children.
By Ellen Scolnic
The authors of a book on Jewish words help you puzzle out what people are talking about when they get ready for Passover.
By Gabbie Wynschenk
Three high school students from interfaith families discuss their love for Judaism, for their families and for their Jewish youth group, BBYO.
By Dana Reynolds
In New Mexico, they loved their Reform synagogue. In Richmond, they found a different kind of welcome at Chabad. Hey, whatever works!