Family First Feature
When wealth drifts away, faith takes flight. Three families share the way their journey challenged them

By Malkie Schulman

Family First Feature
Against a backdrop of grief, Rebbetzin Ruth Schonfeld blended two families

By Rivka Streicher

Family Tempo
“Ohmygoodness.” Rechy rushes to speak. “You picked up, yay, you picked up. How are you?”

By Chaya Sara Davis

Family Reflections
It’s healthy for children to be taught to give

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Family First Inbox
“This is a two-sided issue. Parents need to let go, and children need to become independent”

By Family First Readers

A Better You
Although poor posture can worsen existing scoliosis, it will not cause it to develop

By Family First Contributors

“It’s Rina’s last high school play,” I sobbed to my married daughter sitting next to me

By Miriam Klein Adelman

Diary Serial
“I don’t like talking to Jews.” It’s a flat statement, and I’m speechless for a moment

By Shoshana Gross

Works for Me
My personal mission was: “Prevent other 18-year-olds from spending a decade figuring it out”

By Shaina Keren

Menachem Weinreb, creative director at Mishpacha since 2009
Family First Serial
Right. Abba is dead. It’s still a strange, unformed thought, like a wispy bit of fluff that floats away when Gabe reaches for it

By Bashie Lisker

The responsibility of parents and teachers remains as long as the child or student is still unable to flame on its own

By Faigy Peritzman


By Nitra Ladies Auxiliary

The Explainer
The right wing’s victory in this election shows that Europeans are wary of increasing Islamic immigration

By Yaakov Lipszyc