I often reflect on the 20 years of my life spent in “narashkeit” (foolishness) and the amazing journey I have been on these last 3 years. While we all come from differing backgrounds, whether you are Jew or one from the Nations, I am sure some of you can relate. There has been good and [Read More]
According to recent estimates, there are now over 5,000 cults operating throughout North America. The lives of countless people are being negatively impacted by these insidious groups.
By Atara Siegel – Published Feb 18, 2014 Ruth Guggenheim serves as the executive director for Jews for Judaism, an anti-missionary organization active on college campuses and in the wider Jewish community
I had the pleasure of speaking at a Jews for Judaism Canada event in Toronto this year on the eve of the Christian holiday of Christmas.
Have you ever had a philosophy that you held strongly in your mind but found difficult to carry out? Cloth diapers is an example of this for me.
A few days have passed since my run-in with the Messianic Jewish website that tricked me with their Torah portion list… www.torahportions.org And now I’m wondering if they’re doing a good thing. Sort of. For someone.
I was planning my 3-year-old’s playgroup curriculum for the year, and I needed a list of the parshas (Torah portions for the weekly readings) in order. I did what many moms would do under the circumstances: I Googled it. Up comes a page with exactly what I need, I copy and paste into the spreadsheet I’m creating, [Read More]
Before we were Jewish, my husband and I were on a journey.We spent the first seven years of our marriage on a truth quest – a year and a half in the church, three and a half in the largest messianic “synagogue” in the United States, and the last two years in the conversion process [Read More]
Last time I wrote about When one spouse is more observant that the other (part 1) how the fridge light exposed how my husband and I were on different pages when it came to our religious observance.