Opinion piece from Terry Elkes, president of the Jewish Outreach Institute, about the importance of interfaith families’ support in insuring the continued safety of Israel.
During times of conflict in Israel, it can be difficult for interfaith families to know how to respond. InterfaithFamily has compiled some resources for families struggling with how to talk about Israel and how as a family they can talk about their varied opinions. Tips Talking about Israel can be difficult — in any relationship. […]
Personal narrative about a Protestant intermarried man’s growing understanding of his Jewish wife’s feelings of love, attachment, and responsibility toward Israel.
Personal narrative from an intermarried Jewish woman describing her frustration at her?husband?s?cool attitude toward Israel, until their children all visited/moved there–now both share intense concern for the well-being of Israel and Israel
Personal narrative of an intermarried Jewish woman describing her thoughts and emotions about Israel.
Dan reflects on his many trips to Israel and feels that it’s time for his first visit with his whole family.
How one American family celebrated their daughter’s bat mitzvah in Israel, found meaning and connected to history.
When I was a child, I was confused. Why was did my mother talk about how she had a Bas Mitzvah, while I prepared for my Bat Mitzvah? Why was the way my father pronounced Hebrew different from the way we learned it in Hebrew school?
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to go to Israel on a Birthright trip, this is for you.
She never imagined she’d date someone who wasn’t Jewish. Now she wants to show him what she loved about living in Israel–here in the US.