By Michael Brent
His girls go to Jewish day school--how would they react to the neighbors' Easter celebration? How would he?
By Leah R. Singer
Approaches for discussing death, mourning, and the afterlife with young children.
It's not an elephant in the room--it's just a little pine tree. Want to talk about it? Try our new discussion packet for interfaith couples.
By Jane Larkin
She didn't celebrate Sukkot growing up, but it's just perfect for her young interfaith family to express gratitude for their garden and nature.
By Hedi Molnar
A Jewish daughter of Holocaust survivors and her Italian Catholic husband are extremely proud of their Jewish Chinese daughter for continuing her Jewish education.
By Heather Subba
Her baby will have Nepalese Hindu and Ashkenazi Jewish heritage--a rich spiritual inheritance.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Be honest with yourself and with your kids about why you're celebrating what you're celebrating.
By Michael Felsen
A Jewish identity without God or Torah does come with a rite of passage--a communal ceremony celebrating heritage and values.
By Galit Breen
What might surprise most of you to know is that the alternate title for this article was, "Why We're Not An Interfaith Family, And Why We Are."
By William Squier
A Christian dad decides that his son's experience of Judaism is more important than having a Christmas tree.