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Anti-Semitic acts have been happening in our country every day for the past couple of months. And every day I get asked the same question, “Why should I be Jewish?” To be Jewish is to accept the challenges along with the joys. To have Jewish heritage is to be born into a club of which […]
Rabbi Ari is the Director of InterfaithFamily/Chicago. She also has children who will not eat matzah ball soup or a bagel and lox and is continually surprised and dismayed at their culinary preferences. She was inspired by this story because of how culturally astute the grandparents were to how their grandchildren were being raised and […]
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.
A book on Jewish language turns into a great tool to welcome non-Jewish friends and family members into the community.
When her mother-in-law died, Faye turned to Jewish culture to find a way to comfort her non-Jewish husband.
Small delicious things create Jewish identity, and this non-Jewish husband doesn’t want to lose any of them.
Her father rejected Judaism, but passed on a family heritage rich in music.