By Josh Bob
Reviews of books for kids, perfect to read this Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.
By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
When I birthed my first son, less than six months after graduating from rabbinical school, I felt extreme ambivalence about cutting his beautiful body. I knew that our ancestors had enacted this ritual for thousands of years, that it was a ritual sanctified in tradition and embedded in the hearts of Jews through the ages, and that Jewish men had even died because of their marked bodies.
By Galit Breen
Since Hanukkah was about spending time together when I was a kid, that's what we're doing with our family now.
By Joanna Brichetto
All over the country, volunteer parents are visiting their child's classrooms and representing the entire Jewish people in 15 minutes or less. If this is you, here are some suggestions to make your visit educational, fun and positive.
By Heather Subba
Being in an interfaith and intercultural relationship can come with both challenges and rewards, and learning to embrace them can be its own reward.
Tips for parents of children who are intermarrying, compiled from InterfaithFamily contributors.
By Ruth Schapira
How do we talk to teens about religion? About their religious identity? About their parent's conversion?
By Dana Hagenbuch
Whether intermarried or not, finding a Jewish community can be a great way to connect to your local community and make new friends.
By Sharon Morton
Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
By Stephanie Carey Maron
Review of a new children's book, The Purim Superhero.