Jr. Serial
I feel the moment weigh down on me. I need to say something good, and fast

By Rochel Samet

Story Time
Shabsi threw his body on top of the scrolls, but it was too late. Shimshon’s razor-sharp mind had already scanned the entire thing

By Y. Bromberg

Teen Serial
Debbi looks like she hasn’t slept at all. Her face is white and set, and dark-purple shadows bruise under her eyes

By Ariella Schiller

Cut ‘n Paste
The conductor told him the next stop would be in a number of hours, long after Yom Kippur would begin

By Yaakov Rosenblatt

Family First Feature
The mixed emotions of marrying off a child and how we can maintain our equilibrium through it all

By Etta Jacobs 

“Well, that’s just it. The expectations. Of being a Frankel. It’s a lot. We’ve decided. Libby and I—”

By Ariella Schiller

A Better You
The “What else?” question prompts us to delve deeper into the roots of our cravings and explore alternative ways to satisfy our desires

By Family First Contributors

Knowing and Growing
Seeking life? Find vibrancy within the mitzvos that challenge you most

By Rabbi Reuven Leuchter

Okaaay. Somebody call the cops. This pack of five-year-olds is clearly up to no good

By Hadassa Swerds