It never occurred to me that it was right under my nose.
Being raised as a rather non-religious Jew, I'm often asked what it's like to have orthodox parents.
My brush with death opened my eyes to the reality of God’s love.
The worldwide release of a hot new CD – right here on Aish.com.
Never underestimate the power of a grandmother's heartfelt prayer.
My father took a leading role in the slaughter of Jews. Was our family tainted with evil?
Little did I know that the source of my chutzpah reached back thousands of years, to Mordechai.
A young Jewish man gets ensnared in the welcoming community of Messianic Jews.
A cosmic conspiracy to get one man to keep kosher.
My father is sick and I'm completely powerless. Now what?
God didn't ask the impossible of me, only the incredibly difficult.
My Muslim background left me unprepared for this shocking discovery.
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The amazing story of our church that en masse decided to convert to Judaism.
My mother, a Holocaust survivor, always said, "You can be a Jew on the inside, but not on the outside." It was just too risky.
Alzheimer's has turned my mother into a stranger.
I was the only Jewish child in the auditorium, and sometimes felt I was the only Jewish girl in the entire world.
An incredible Jerusalem family brings the beauty of Shabbat to the world.
The death of my brother caused my little world to come crashing down.
Through our child's cancer, we're learning that God is beyond all odds.
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All I knew about being Jewish was that we were anti-establishment.
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My descent into madness.
Growing up in the Soviet Union, I felt there was something shameful about being Jewish.