Personal narrative?in which a Jew-by-choice shares how she handles the topic of interdating with her teenage daughter.
Personal narrative about the complications a Jew-by-choice faced when dealing with her Catholic family regarding her daughter’s Bat Mitzvah.
Personal narrative of a Jew-by-choice describing her Episcopalian mother’s Catholic funeral and the confusing feelings of comfort she found in recalling childhood memories of Catholic ritual.
Personal narrative by a Jew-by-choice who used her Christmas decorations and ornaments to adorn her family?s sukkah, and make it her own, comfortable space.
The personal narrative of a woman who renewed her wedding vows with her husband on their 18th anniversary in a traditional Jewish ceremony.
Personal narrative from an intermarried non-Jewish woman who finds a place for Jewish prayer when taking her daughter out for a driving lesson.
The personal narrative of a woman who had to accept that her daughter wanted to think about what being a Jew really meant to her before she was willing to be confirmed.
Though her daughter is in college and they have left their beloved synagogue, Paula and her husband continue to build a Jewish life together.
Op-ed from a convert arguing why and how the Jewish community should be welcoming to outsiders.
Personal narrative from an intermarried woman describing her journey toward being more–and possibly overly–sensitive about anti-Semitic remarks she hears, and her efforts to educate about the dangers of anti-Semitism.