A Better You
The question is, how does interacting with a horse help you heal? Science may have the answer — and it begins in your heart.

By Family First Contributors

Face to Face
We yearn for insightful guidance on matters of body and soul, but our intentions aren’t self-serving

By Mrs. Elana Moskowitz

Family First Serial
“Papa, right now Annie can’t help anyone. She’s got to take care of herself — and the baby she’s expecting.”

By Miriam Zakon

Family Reflections
Hearing the Word “No” Isn’t a Catastrophe

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

I am thoroughly thankful and humbled by the Jerusalem outside my window.

By Yaffa Ganz

Family First Serial
It was easy to spout values like “chesed starts at home” when you didn’t have a distressed woman in the hospital begging you to come help her.

By Gila Arnold

Family First Inbox
All of us girls and women have dating coaches and respected, knowledgeable mechanchos we call when we need guidance during the dating process...Why is it that the boys have none o ...

By Family First Readers

“Kinderlach, when you’re on a mountain, never take the easy way down. Always make your way up.”

By Sarah Bloch

Standing Ovation
Every time we reached the words, “Ain’t gonna work on Saturday,” and Goomber would turn to the audience and shout, “WHY?!” and the entire audience would shout back, “It’s Shabbos ...

By Dovid Nachman Golding

The external prompt of yeshivah is positive, but the key point remains the same: whether the bochur develops his own drive for growth, independent of his environment

By Gedalia Guttentag

From My Table
Grilled chicken marinades usually come together in a ziplock on Friday morning, and the chicken gets thrown on the grill close to Shabbos.

By Chanie Nayman

Jr. Feature
Setting up a lemonade stand sounds like a fun way to make some money. But there’s a lot more involved than squeezing lemons and adding sugar!

By Malka Winner

This marinade combines just the right amount of each ingredient to produce the juiciest, most tender cutlets

By Brynie Greisman

Teen Diary Serial
I was terrified of my interview, terrified I would mess up or even not talk at all.

By Tzippy Cohen