Discussing religious issues before you get married can help you work out conflicts.
Even though Muslim-Jewish interfaith marriage is rarer than Christian-Jewish interfaith marriage, it requires the same communication skills.
Be there while your Jewish partner makes Shabbat blessings and add meaning in your own language.
Bedtime rituals are among those spiritual moments that can work for an interfaith family.
Rabbi Reuben advises couples on how to negotiate which religious objects to have in your home.
Your child's decision to marry a person of a another faith is not a sign that you have failed as a parent.
Be honest with yourself and with your kids about why you're celebrating what you're celebrating.
Going into their house of worship is not a statement of believing in someone else's faith.
When they actually get married, then suddenly everything is different.
If one parent is a believing Christian and the other is a practicing Jew, how can they talk to their children about the ways that Christianity and Judaism are different?
Rabbi Reuben advises parents of children of dating age to think about the values rather than the religious backgrounds they would like potential partners to have.