It was no longer cute. My baby’s obsession with the computer was becoming harmful.
Devastating disease and blindness doesn’t stop 12-year-old Aviva Krainess from spreading light throughout the world.
Why the Jewish month of Kislev is the opportune time to lighten your load.
A young Jewish man gets ensnared in the welcoming community of Messianic Jews.
Rabbi Yonah Weinrib has devoted his life to interpreting and portraying Torah through art.
Shavuot gives us the opportunity to step out of our hectic lives and rekindle the passionate love between us and God.
Visitors to Israel from the Far East discover a brilliant, new monitoring system: the mezuzah.
One day, we're all going on a long journey. We need to take along enough nourishment to last for eternity.
The job took three times as long as expected. Can I suddenly double the price?
Yesterday I prayed for a clear head and a productive work day. Instead, my baby lost consciousness and stopped breathing.
Leave the automatic pilot switch off when your kids ask, "Why not?"
If necessity is the Mother of invention, Ben Kleinerman is its father.
Why Jim and Yael Putney adopted four special needs Jewish children and moved to Israel.
Bernard Hochstein had one sure-fire method: give away your hard-earned money to charity.
I don't want to live in the question any more. I want to live in the answer.
How to free the mind, heart, and spirit from the poison of judging others.
Professor Liviu Librescu, a Holocaust survivor, was shot as he shielded the classroom door so his students could safely escape.
Practical advice from people who made the monumental move to Israel.
This Passover embark on an inner house cleaning and experience freedom from the bondage of self.
I hated winter -- until my son's question forced me to put God into the frigid equation.
Why we're leaving our great life in North America and moving to Israel.
A surprising encounter got me thinking: what am I teaching my children about money?
The biggest gift our family has ever received is the absence of presents.
Could it be that uttering some well-chosen mantras can really change your life?
Every time I open my mouth I am making a choice: Will I use my power of speech to heal, or will I use my words to hurt?