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  • Growing With My Children: A Mother's Reflections

    By Ava Charne

    Her wonderful Jewish daughters are the product of intermarriage, and she couldn't be more proud of them.

    Date: 12-04-2008
  • Doing Good Without Being Perfect: A Jewish Vision for Repairing the World

    By Melissa Anthony

    Though she was raised Christian, it was the ways that this book on Tikkun Olam for Christians was Jewish that appealed to her.

    Date: 02-12-2009
  • Conservative Conversion

    By InterfaithFamily

    We're not trying to get you to convert--no pressure--this is just a good opportunity to answer questions you might have about conversion to Judaism.

    Date: 12-29-2009
  • Reconstructionist Conversion

    By InterfaithFamily

    Overview of Reconstructionist conversion.

    Date: 12-29-2009
  • Standing Up and Being Counted

    By Debbie Burton

    In college, Debbie's only connection to Judaism was her boyfriend. At her 25th reunion, she was Jewish, and she wanted all her Jewish college classmates to know.

    Date: 06-29-2009
  • Suddenly It All Made Sense: Finding My Jewish Roots

    By Jennifer Willis

    Her own Jewish roots were in the distant past, but the idea of reading this book still frightened her. She knew that when she read it, it would change her life.

    Date: 07-07-2009
  • First Rosh Hashanah in Buenos Aires

    By Marina Williams

    At her first Rosh Hashanah celebration with her new boyfriend, she felt welcomed into his family.

    Date: 09-10-2009
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Changing Your Mind After Marriage

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    Life is an ongoing experiment. Share your expectations and reactions about every holiday and ritual.

    Date: 05-20-2009
  • Unplugged, Interfaith Style

    By Dan Fost

    An interfaith father figures out what it means to unplug from our fast-paced world in order to connect to Shabbat with his family.

    Date: 02-21-2011
  • My Adult Bat Mitzvah

    By Karen Kaduson Calloway

    She started to learn Hebrew at age 60 and read from the Torah at 63. Get inspired by her love for Judaism and her non-Jewish husbandís support for her studies.

    Date: 08-01-2012

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