Partner Blogs

Rabbis Without Borders

The Al Aqsa Mosque = The Holy Temple?

Can Judaism and Islam share this holy site?

Southern & Jewish

Getting Sick Along the Southern Jewish Road

Getting ill on the road isn’t awesome — but being taken care of by new friends makes it better

Rabbis Without Borders

Nu, What’s New?

Jewish tradition seems schizophrenic about whether anything really is new.

Pure Bliss

Keshet's LGBTQ and Ally Teen Shabbaton community changes a moment of fear into an unforgettable experience for Keshet's Education and Training Manager, National.

When Black History Month and Torah Come Together

A Black-Jewish poet pens Torah-inspired reflections for Black History Month.

How Writing Helps Me to “Never Forget”

Re-reading your own words can bring back powerful memories

Making #MeToo Mine as a Mom

Balancing the need to raise resilient children with ensuring they know they do not have to accept inappropriate behavior.

What Happens at Keshet’s Growing LGBTQ and Ally Teen Shabbaton

Creating a space that is radically inclusive, empathic and empowering for those of us who often feel marginalized in our communities.

Abayudaya Leader to Israelis: “We Are Your Brothers and Sisters”

Rabbi Gershom Sizomu reflects on his recent visit to Israel.

Does Jesus Love My Daughter?

Is it possible that God in God’s infiniteness can hold multiple realities even if our brains cannot?

Running Into Prayer

For me, running is something spiritual

Remembering Julius Lester — And a Stop Along His Spiritual Journey

A meaningful and surprising first encounter creates lasting bond