Magazine Feature
Both were riding to stardom in their day — Avi with his piano and flute, and Barak with his electric guitar — when they turned their lives around and found Torah and chassidus.

By Chananel Shapiro

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Refoel Wolf Shares His Privileged View of Rav Shach

By Chaim Hager

Magazine Feature
When, How, and Where Must We Demand Proof of Jewish Identity?

By Yosef Herz

Magazine Feature
Genealogist Eric Feinstein’s meticulous sleuthing and a never-give-up attitude has uncovered family connections his clients didn’t even know existed

By Baila Rosenbaum

In the Numbers
Special Project Countdown Eight Accounts for Eight Nights

By Mishpacha Contributors

In the Numbers

By Alexandra Fleksher

In the Numbers
“He said you will definitely have two children, maybe even three.”

By Rabbi Akiva Fox

In the Numbers

By Boaz Bachrach

Second Dance
We’ve seen a few tears over the years, but we’re also mature enough to know that the tears are part of the song.”

By Dov Haller

Medical Mysteries
Our baby was too weak to eat, unable to move. And we had no idea why

By Faigy Peritzman

Text Messages
Surely, many of us have not in fact remained indifferent to what we went through over this period, but have instead used it to become different and better in some way

By Eytan Kobre

Eretz Yisrael was always intended to be a place of accomplishment and progress, of holiness and service of Hashem.

By Faigy Peritzman

Jr. Feature
Can you imagine living with 13 guests, aside from your brothers and sisters? A Lakewood family is raising over a dozen beautiful birds from egg to adulthood.

By Elisheva Appel

The rainbow cake. I had to hear how the rainbow cake was received

By Roizy Baum