Family First Feature
In the face of persecution, they found the strength to cling to their faith, defying the decrees of the Greeks. A turbulent, painful, and moving account from Jerusalem

By Gitti Meirovitz

Lost and Found: Chanukah Theme 5783
7 tales of treasures lost — and regained

By Mishpacha Contributors

Family First Feature
Shaindy Plotzker promised Hashem that if He’d return her voice, she’d use it to inspire Jewish women

By Sara Bonchek

All in a Day's Work
If you could work anywhere for a day, what would you choose? 6 Writers. 6 Jobs.  6 Adventures

By Family First Contributors

Family First Inbox
“Someone unhappy with his or her weight, instead of using injections or undergoing surgery, can visit a trained therapist to take a look at the ‘why’” 

By Family First Readers

By the Numbers
As children become adults, how much do they — and should they — rely on their parents for support? Over 800 parents and children weigh in

By Mishpacha Readers

Family Tempo
The store was going broke. Who’d be fired first?

By Esther Malky Neiman

Two Cents
It’s funny how the holiday of vanquishing materialism brought us here to… lavish parties and piles of gifts

By Michali Naiman and Chana Fishman

Podcast: The Builders
The Builders: Rav Yosef Shlomo Kahaneman

By Gedalia Guttentag and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky

Podcast: The Builders
New Podcast: The Builders: Rav Aharon Kotler

By Gedalia Guttentag and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky

Turing Point: Jr. Chanukah Supplement 5783
What would I tell her? My best friend was going to be so upset

By Rochel Samet

Story Time
They laughed and congratulated themselves on a good “find” as they marched away, leaving me alone and wounded

By Y. Bromberg

Turning Point: Jr. Chanukah Supplement 5783
Ephraim knew they were his cousins. But he’d prefer they didn’t exist, really

By Chaya Rosen

Building Dreams
“This is our country. Or it would be ours if we could just get rid of the dumb Brits”

By Malka Grunhaus