My father’s unwavering faith in the shadow of cancer.
Invisible, inaudible, inanimate: my adventures in a wheelchair.
The 17-year-old Jewish teen died from progeria, a rare genetic disease that causes accelerated aging. He embraced life with joy, following these three principles.
A yoga teacher encounters Jewish spirituality with religious Jews in Israel for the first time.
A groundbreaking chronicle of spiritual search, originally published in Rolling Stone magazine, April 1977.
The amazing story of our church that en masse decided to convert to Judaism.
Champion of academics, athletics and the arts, Loren Galler Rabinowitz is focused on her role as a third-generation Holocaust survivor.
The true story of an Appalachian family of 12 who converted to Judaism.
They said Maickel Melamed would never walk. Now he runs marathons to inspire others.
Nissim Black’s search for light amidst the darkness.
Hanukkah is the time to acknowledge miracles. This year our family experienced an amazing one.
Before he became famous, the observant pop star gave up his career in order to stick to his Jewish beliefs.
My evangelical coach made me discover what it means to be a Jew.
After the divorce my son broke my heart. But to my surprise, it didn’t shatter. It broke open.
How to replace anger and negativity with feelings of joy and love.
One woman’s personal crusade against assimilation and intermarriage.
An interview with Rabbi Noah Weinberg, of blessed memory.
The hidden deeds of the man we thought we knew.
In memory of Rabbi Dovid Heller, of blessed memory.
At 13, Yitzy Haber decided to have his cancerous leg amputated. He's never looked back.
Worldly problems deserve an otherworldly response – for $101.
Stranded on a mountain, under the stars, I felt fear and God’s protective love.
A mother who buried her Jewish identity, and her son’s astonishing quest to reclaim it.
I was determined to indulge my non-kosher craving. But God had something else in mind.
Not once in my life had I ever prayed for my own health. Now, that changed drastically.
Inside the World Trade Center on that fateful day, Ari Schonbrun saw miracles.
Rosary beads, a yarmulke, and a lot of overthinking.
The doctors didn’t think our son would make it through the night. Then the miracles began.
The reward of saving one life. A true story from the Holocaust.
Reflections on raising and burying my 19-year-old son with bi-polar disorder.
My first experience helping to prepare the body of a deceased person for his funeral.
Dr. Daniel Dana’s incredible journey from Muslim Shiite to proud Israeli citizen.
A child's shocking discovery of his father's painful past.
This was no made-for-TV movie. It was real and shockingly happening to my life.
His name is Nissim – which means miracles in Hebrew. An apt description of his life.
Through ingenuity and chutzpah, one man saved lives in the Holocaust. His daughter tells how.
I knew I possessed super powers. I just had to sort through the baggage of a few generations to find them.
The death of 12-year-old Shoshie Stern reveals her parents’ spiritual greatness.
Volunteering one hour to help others gave me a surprising insight about myself and the world.
Rabbi Mike Stern reflects on the tragic death of his 12-year-old daughter.
A harrowing tale of surviving anti-Semitism in prison, and the remarkable journey of self-discovery.