Why I Waited for Interfaith Love

By Brianne Nadeau It took me 20 years to find the love of my life. If you told me 10 years ago, or even 15 years ago that I’d end up with a man raised Presbyterian, on a farm, who is also a war veteran, I would have laughed at you. But if you asked me […]

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The Mikveh Is Better Together

By Kelly Banker As a young Jew raised in a secular home, I never imagined that being in a committed relationship with someone who was of a different faith tradition (or none at all) would feel especially impactful to me. In fact, labeling my relationship “interfaith” has been a fairly new paradigm in my life. […]

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How to Keep Your Kids Thinking Jewishly after the Bat Mitzvah

Personal narrative article about an intermarried mom raising Jewish kids who devises a way to keep them thinking Jewishly by connecting their activities to Jewish values or history and by pointing out all the Jewish people she reads about in the newspaper

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Choosing a Birth Ceremony and Telling My Parents

Professional view from a Reform outreach director–and convert to Judaism–discussing her parents’ anxieties over their grandchildren’s circumcision.

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Rhythm of Life

Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who’s been married to a Presbyterian man for 33 years and how their interfaith issues have changed over the years.

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My Presbyterian Girlfriend Made Me Become a Rabbi

News story about a rabbi in San Francisco whose wife, a convert, inspired him to become a rabbi.

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Confessions of an Interfaith Insider

The personal narrative of a Presbyterian man who chose to embrace the plan of raising his children Jewish by searching for what made Judaism meaningful to him.

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