By Ellen Bernstein
A Jew-by-choice describes what she thinks is wonderful about being Jewish.
By Leona Junguzza
Personal narrative from a recent convert to Judaism whose non-Jewish children are adjusting to her celebration of Hanukkah and the High Holidays and her rejection of Jesus as the Messiah.
By Naomi Pfefferman
A profile of the singer/ actress Mare Winningham on her experience with converted Judaism and her high observance.
By Rabbi Michael Weisser
Professional view from a rabbi explaining why he officiates: because Torah tells us to welcome strangers, and because by accepting those interested in Judaism at the time of their weddings, the Jewish community is more likely to re
By Sarah Price Brown
Article on Asian children growing up in Jewish families and the challenges they face reconciling their dual identities.
By Adam Fein
Personal narrative from a child of interfaith parents who was raised without any faith but found God in art, literature and Superman.
By Adam B. Ellick
Reprinted news article about the last remaining (intermarried!) Jew in the Lithuanian town of Plunge, and his dedication to memorializing the Jewish communities who perished in the Holocaust
By Teresita Levy
Personal narrative by a Catholic woman who became a Jew-by-choice and loves Jewish culture and lifestyle, but has difficulty finding meaning in long High Holiday services. She also includes some Puerto Rican recipes adapt
By Paulette Mann
Personal narrative by a Jewish grandma of grandchildren who are being raised Catholic, expressing her feelings of unease and discomfort about the situation.
By Brianne Kruger Nadeau
The personal narrative of a politically active woman of interfaith parents who believes that social justice activities are an entry point for Jews from interfaith families.