When my grandson and son-in-law got caught in the line of fire.

Rabbi Moshe Twersky: Students Speak
Two Aish rabbis recollect studying with Rabbi Twersky.

The Jerusalem Massacre
Even tragedies have degrees.

Terror in the Synagogue
Gaining some perspective on an unfathomable tragedy.

Palestinian Red Line
Israel mourns the horrific terror at a Jerusalem synagogue.

Rejecting Despair in Har Nof
Today's attack will not deter my belief in the Almighty's promise.

Parenting without Anger
4 tips on how to keep your cool.

How to Get Your Teen to Stop Drinking
If you want to influence their decisions, make sure they feel your love, caring, and respect.

My Parents vs. My Own Life
When does, “I have to live my own life” become selfishness?

Divorce and Parenthood
Divorce is not always rational.

10 Years in Siberia
The remarkable story of Eliezer Nanas.

A college campus psychiatrist tells students everything they really need to know about intimacy.

The Tree on Fire
Sometimes the most beautiful things are hiding in plain sight.

Reach Out for Help
Don’t be afraid to show your weakness in order to let people help.

From Radical Jihadist to Canadian Undercover Agent
An exclusive interview with Mubin Shaikh, the mole who infiltrated the Toronto 18.

Israel Mourns
With tensions rising, the country mourns the tragic murder of two young people in two separate incidents.

Campus Mezuzah Attacks
At one California college, anti-Semitism repeatedly rears its ugly head.

Brittany Maynard’s Tragic Death
A Jewish perspective on assisted suicide.

Next Jewish Holiday

December 17 - December 24, 2014
Hanukkah, The Holiday of Lights -- celebrating the miracle of a little oil that lasted eight days, and continues to illuminate our lives to this day.