How someone not searching for faith found her way to Judaism.
Balancing Hanukkah, Christmas and relatives.
Christmas is not a big holiday for most Jews. But for converts to Judaism, Christmas often means a trip home for a porkless reunion with the mishpacha.
Our souls and our hearts can lead us to great joy, if we can listen and follow.
Dierdra Rutherford Fein reflects on helping her husband claim his Jewish identity – despite the fact that many Jews don’t consider him Jewish.
I wish I could say that I continue to run fearlessly to synagogue, but, truthfully, it is often very nearly too much for me.
People who know me well know that I am Jewish. People who know me better know I wasn’t born Jewish. Very soon, a change in Israel may force me to reevaluate how I see myself as a Jew.
Israel’s controversial new conversion bill, and the coalition politics swirling around it. Jenna Mitelman’s take on why it will never pass.
A call for action from Rabbi Morris Allen and the Rabbinical Association on an issue that affects the treatment of converts to Judaism in Israel.