Jr. Feature
Reality may not be what it seems

By Malka Winner

World Travelers
Scotland seemed like a great choice — majestic castles, gorgeous scenery, charming culture, and numerous distilleries (where liquor is manufactured)

By Rabbi Alport

Story Time
“Come now, you fearful things, don’t look so terrorized. Did I say I would be dismissing anyone today?"

By Y. Bromberg

"It’s just, you know, people expect their friends to share stuff…” she trails off. At the other end of the line, Shoshana is cold, silent

By Rochel Samet

Teen Diary Serial
The lack of basics didn’t bother me much. I didn’t know how much easier life could have been, so I never found myself wishing for more

By Chaya Basra

Building Dreams
“Oh, come on, Miriam,” I said, exasperatedly. “The Arabs are not dangerous here. They’re just… neighbors"

By Malka Grunhaus

They were European, so there was nothing, and I mean nothing, that went past them

By Sarah Moses Spero

"I think it’s terribly unhealthy for them to get a message that they should be deprived or seen as misfits because their father is learning"

By Mishpacha Readers

First of All
“Forget about last night, okay?” I say. “Let’s chalk it up to a shanah rishonah mishap, something we’ll tell the grandkids about”

By Ariella Schiller

The Moment
Congregation Zichron Eliezer has thrived under the leadership of Rabbi Avrohom Weinrib and his devoted rebbetzin

By Mishpacha Staff

Esther understood that no matter how much you plan, the outcome is not up to you

By Faigy Peritzman

On Site
If two days of Purim isn’t enough for you to start loving Teveria, you’re in luck. There’s a third day, and for the really frum, even a fourth day of Purim here 

By Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz