By Andi Rosenthal
Personal narrative from a Jew-by-choice coming to terms with giving up Christmas.
By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about a study showing that the Reform Movement is "doing a good job of making interfaith families feel welcome...but are less effective at encouraging these families to ’move along in their Jewish journey’."
By Alex Romano
Personal narrative from a Jew-by-choice telling how his journey to Auschwitz and his daughterís spirituality led him to journey toward Judaism.
By Sue Fishkoff
Reprinted news article about Conservative movement initiative to encourage intermarried spouses to convert to Judaism and become active synagogue members.
By Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson
A rabbi gives advice to a woman who is concerned that her future children will not create a Jewish identity if her fiance does not convert to Judaism.
By Gina Hagler
Personal narrative from†a Jew-by-choice who shares her advice from a stressful year of planning her sonís bar mitzvah.
By Ronnie Caplane
A reported feature on a young woman who maintained her Jewish identity after her mother and Jewish stepfather weren't together.
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article about a contentious essay written by Rabbi Paul Menitoff predicting the disappearance of the Conservative movement in a matter of decades because of the polarization of American Jewry, and the movement’s "opposition to in
By Jacqueline S. Guttman
Reprinted personal narrative speech given by a lay-woman at the Central Conference of American Rabbis in 1996, telling the story of her son and daughter-in-law, and their trouble finding a rabbi to officiate at their wedding.
By Aliza Hausman
When she became Jewish, she didn't stop being Dominican--how could their wedding respect both of their cultures?