Family First Feature
Four women share how they channeled their pain into a passion to help others

By Elisheva Luger

However the BFF friendship starts, it’s a relationship to be treasured 

By Marcia Stark Meth / Emmy Leah Stark Zitter / Miriam Stark Zakon

Family Diary
How could she stand next to this guy for the rest of her life? How could she marry him, after everyone she’d passed up?

By Shani Leiman

Life Lab
Keeping house is like building Pisom and Ramses; every day your work is undone and you have to start from scratch

By Esther Kurtz

On your Mark
Peninah Pick runs the Down the Aisle Kallah gemach, where she collects people’s surplus gifts and donates them to kallahs

By Miriam Milstein

I got into my car and started to sob. So much more than a glass had been shattered the night I stood under the chuppah

By Yehudis Lieber

Rocking Horse
“A violent man is roaming the old ghetto, looking for poor families, persuading them to send away their daughters. Does that not sound suspicious?”

By Leah Gebber

Outside Chance
How funny and sad is it that I’m giving parenting advice and support to Shifra when I’m kinda muddling through it myself right now?

By Esther Kurtz


By Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz

Magazine Feature
Why are Orthodox tycoons battling to take over El Al?

By Gedalia Guttentag

From My Table
If you love this kind of healthful dinner, pay attention to the method and try winging it next time with a new vegetable, protein, or flavor provider. The sky’s the limit

By Chanie Nayman

The Art of the Deal
Insights from Dr. Yoel Guzansky, whose new book, Fraternal Enemies: Israel and the Gulf Monarchies, couldn’t possibly be timelier

By Binyamin Rose

The secret to all those quick-meals-I-pull-together-that-look-like-I’m-fibbing-because-they-obviously-took-more-time-than-I-said is having fridge staples that make simple meals fe ...

By Rivki Rabinowitz

The Moment
Talmidim looked on in joy — and disbelief — as the Rosh Yeshivah walked toward the chuppah to recite the brachos

By Mishpacha Staff