Family First Feature
What are we really doing all day? A group of seven women, ages 20 to 65, decide to find out just where the time goes

By Aviva Lison

Etched in Memory: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5784
Sometimes there are events so monumental they’re perfectly preserved as a snapshot, never forgotten. 5 readers share the moments forever

By Family First Readers

Hanging in the Balance: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5784
Sometimes it feels as though your entire future hinges on an upcoming verdict that will change everything. 4 stories of women left hanging in the balance

By Family First Readers

Family First Inbox
“The conclusions you drew long ago in childhood are now part of the architecture of your brain. They can certainly be dismantled, but only by you”

By Family First Readers

The Conversation Continues
“Alcoholics and other addicts would never be encouraged to just have their substance in moderation, just walk away, or just try harder”

By Family First Readers

A Better You
“It’s true one person can’t save a relationship, but one person can make changes that greatly improve it”

By Family First Contributors

Family Tempo
What happened next is vivid in my mind like a scene from a horror film

By Leorah Hartman

The migrating birds that make their way over my Jerusalem neighborhood as summer winds down will always remain my favorite

By Risa Rotman

True Account
I was sure I could force a yes from Hashem if I proved myself worthy

By Mickey Feldbaum

Having simanim play out in different dishes of your Yom Tov table is always fun, but sweet roasted carrots covered in a garlic-infused oil makes it delicious as well.

By Sima Kazarnovsky

Reel Chronicles
A creative twist unique to the Jewish music video scene

By Moshe Shindler

With these easy-to-create and charming decorations, you don’t need to be an expert crafter to infuse your succah with beauty and warmth, making it a place of joy and celebration f ...

By Esther Ottensoser

Cantor Benjamin Muller is one of the senior chazzanim of the frum world

By Riki Goldstein

Time to face the limitations of our human sense of morality

By Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky