Jolly Solly
Mr. Faigelbaum looked down at where Efraim had been coloring. There was nobody there!

By R. Atkins

Out of the Woods
“No go,” Avi said curtly. “Rebbi wouldn’t hear of any switching. We’ll have to deal with it, I guess”

By Rochel Samet

Summer Job
Those short jobs that helped shape and mold the adults we are today

By Mishpacha Contributors

The Current
Commander Golan Vach of Israel’s National Rescue Unit speaks about the toil, the heartbreak, and fanning the fading embers of hope

By Eliezer Shulman

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

Summer Job
I had that moment when I acknowledged that I wanted to be a shiur counselor and not just a lifeguard

By Esther Kurtz


By Chavi Feldman

Summer Job
The splash of boiling soup on the fingers of my left hand happened on a hot, sticky night, as we served supper in the crowded kitchen

By Riki Goldstein