Family First Feature
For over a century, Rebbetzin Malka Waltner and her husband traversed the globe on their mission to bring Torah to every Jewish child

By Leah Gebber

Family First Feature
Are we pushing our singles into marriages they’re not ready for?

By Elisheva Appel

Family First Feature
“This year,” your newly inaugurated teen pleads, “can we please do something real? Like every normal family?"

By Esty Heller

Guests of Honor
The Ushpizin map our route

By Family First Contributors

Guests of Honor
A Yid should always know, no matter where he’s led, that he has a Divine mission to perform right there

By Esther Teichtal

Guests of Honor
Is it true that love is blind? Doesn’t it hurt her anew every time she thinks of how her son rejected the world she chose?

By Rachel Newton

Guests of Honor
I would have been incredibly touched by her understanding… had I not felt thoroughly misunderstood

By Elana Rothberg

Guests of Honor
Maybe… just maybe, if Moshe could do it, so could I?

By Henny Salzman

Out of the Woods
"Even if we find the trail again, we won’t be able to get past those men in the clearing. They’ll still be there”

By Rochel Samet

From A to Z
Why are you being so pessimistic? I asked myself. Miriam is only moving! She isn’t dying, or disappearing…

By Rikki Baum

Next in Line
"I was always so impressed by my shver’s tremendous ahavas Yisrael — the time, money, and energy he gave to people"

By Riki Goldstein

Guests of Honor
That song keeps Malki going. She listens to it on repeat, the words of Dovid Hamelech providing solace

By Adina Weiss

Dream On
Newsflash, guys, ZeeZee felt like screaming. I am worth something, even if I don’t get straight A’s or act like a little goodie-two-shoes

By Gila Arnold

It doesn’t come easy, but that’s why we daven for it. Let us truly be in the succah

By Mishpacha Contributors