A Few Minutes With
New Interior Minister Moshe Arbel on Israel’s Passport Chaos

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Business Casual
A great leader is someone who practices the art of listening

By Sarah Massry

Magazine Feature
What’s drawing national-religious youth to the most insular chassidic courts

By Dvir Amar

Ask Rabbi Greenwald
Compromising on our standards to preserve our relationship with our children can be challenging, even painful

By Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald

Magazine Feature
Divorce mediation spares families from ugliness and rancor

By Yael Schuster

Baruch Hashem, when I listened to this, I knew immediately we had captured the evening in its entirety, so when you listen, you feel you were there

By Riki Goldstein

For the Record
Reb Shea shouldered the burden of sharing the story of the great destruction of Jewish history in Europe, a mandate he received from one of the greatest tzaddikim murdered at the ...

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

Matan Torah is very much alive today. Because we, too, were there

By Rabbi Hillel Shepard

Magazine Feature
Rav Meir Tzvi Bergman travels across the ocean to celebrate those who learn and live Torah

By Yisroel Besser

From My Table
White meat chicken leftovers from Shabbos are surprisingly the favorite here, and instead of eating it plain, here’s a delicious way to use it up.

By Chanie Nayman

The Beat
Sunak, whose polished pragmatism sometimes masks his distinctly conservative views, sees tackling immigration as crucial for his right-wing credentials

By Y. Davis

The ingredients complement the natural flavor of the tilapia, and the sauce is mouth-watering as a dip for rolls or crackers

By Kosher.com

The Moment
Three hundred boys, hailing from seventh-grade classes throughout the Midwest, gathered at a new wedding hall in Chicago for an event

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

A Better You
Why does the need for therapy in seminary or yeshivah overseas come up?

By Family First Contributors