Family First Feature
The encouraging news: With a little training, we can breathe our way into deeper sleep, happier feelings, and healthier bodies

By Beth Perkel

Family First Feature
Self care or self-centered? Role models in our community share what they do to take care of themselves and how they use those acts of self-nurture as a vehicle for spiritual growt ...

By Ariella Schiller

Family Diary

By Shani Leiman

Family Tempo
Will I remember who I was when I no longer recognize myself?

By Adina Lover

I’m not exactly sure, and they can sense that. They sniff out uncertainty like bloodhounds

By Yael Zoldan

Rocking Horse
Paulina puts down the looking glass and stares. “Are you naïve or just stupid?”

By Leah Gebber

Being the heroic torchbearer of Torah learning doesn’t always ignite a second grader’s soul

By Elisheva Appel

It’s an altruistic brachah, entirely l’Sheim Shamayim

By Faigy Peritzman

From My Table
“Maybe I need to put a little more heart into it,” she mused.

By Chanie Nayman

Light and slightly crisp, with a chewy center. You won’t believe there’s no margarine!

By Kosher.com

Kitchen Encounters
How do frum military families deal with the challenge of finding kosher food as they’re moved around the world?

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks had a bewildering array of titles, but his greatest title of all was Rabbi — because more than anything, he shared the Divine light of Torah with the wor ...

By Rabbi Warren Goldstein

The Rose Report
If Biden tries to turn the clock back four years, will this bring Israel into direct conflict with the new administration?

By Binyamin Rose

The Moment
The final request called forth the pure faith of Lelov, the fire of Karlin and the emunah of Jerusalem of old

By Mishpacha Staff