Each of Us Is a Tree of Life

Each of Us Is a Tree of Life

Rabbi Mychal Copeland, Jewish&, 12/16/2020

Rabbi Mychal Copeland’s new book teaches children how to embody Torah through yoga.

Longtime Virtual Rabbi Offers Advice on “Doing Jewish” Online

Longtime Virtual Rabbi Offers Advice on “Doing Jewish” Online

Rabbi Juan Mejía, Jewish&, 03/18/2020

The virtualization of the Jewish world due to the coronavirus pandemic will fundamentally alter the nature of Jewish engagement.

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments, Jewish&, 07/02/2018

"Hey Buddy!” Whenever I hear that term, so common coming from the lips of dads in my generation, I invariably pause to reflect on the Fifth Commandment which instructs children to honor their parents (“kibbud av va-em”).

For sermons, teaching and discussions   “To Save One Life…” Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Sources  on Orphans and Adoption

For sermons, teaching and discussions "To Save One Life..." Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Sources on Orphans and Adoption

Rabbi Susan Silverman, Sefaria, 08/02/2017

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Sources on Orphans and Adoption

From Israel to America: Sephardi Inspiration for Hanukkah

From Israel to America: Sephardi Inspiration for Hanukkah

Tamar Zaken, Jewish&, 12/14/2016

Multicultural Hanukkah inspiration

Finding the Calling of My Soul, A Conversion Story

Finding the Calling of My Soul, A Conversion Story

Avigail Rivkah Hasofer, Jewish&, 05/17/2016

Sometimes your soul knows, before your mind, where it needs to go.

Mothers, Judaism’s Heroes

Mothers, Judaism's Heroes

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 05/04/2016

What does it mean to be hero in Judaism, and who to me represents that more than anyone?

Rare Ethiopian Torah scroll given to National Library

Rare Ethiopian Torah scroll given to National Library

Yori Yalon, Israel Hayom, 03/27/2016

Facebook Likes to Real World Love

Facebook Likes to Real World Love

Team Be'chol Lashon, My Jewish Learning, 02/10/2016

Given the strength their love for each other is, it seems like these two were meant to be together. But as for many Jews of Color, finding a match was by no means guaranteed. The path to matrimony was part luck, part technology, and a whole lot of Torah. Romance was really an afterthought.