Ten Plagues Passover Craft to Keep Kids Engaged

Ten Plagues Passover Craft to Keep Kids Engaged

So… I will be having thirteen children at Passover at my home this year, and they range from baby to school age. Needless to say, I’m working hard to plan a seder that will keep them engaged and learning. After all, one of the commands of Passover is to...
“Blood on the Doorpost” Passover Decoration

“Blood on the Doorpost” Passover Decoration

It seems us Hebrews have a hard time getting ideas for how to decorate our homes for the feasts, so I thought I’d share this easy decoration idea that my kids and I made last year. But it’s not just easy and decorative, it’s deeply meaningful, as...
Contentment When Your Husband Doesn’t Keep Torah

Contentment When Your Husband Doesn’t Keep Torah

By Amy Guenther Dear Sisters, this blog post is for some of you living in a marriage with a husband who doesn’t keep Torah. Several people have written and made videos on this topic, but I felt like throwing in my take on it, too, even if it’s the same...
How I Got my Facebook Shalom Back

How I Got my Facebook Shalom Back

By Amy Guenther I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. I love that it’s instant “company.” I can go to my Facebook app anytime and see what’s happening in the world and engage with friends instantly. But I also hated it for a time....
7 Ways Kids Can Give Tzedakah

7 Ways Kids Can Give Tzedakah

By Talia Carbis of The Climbing Tree Hands up if as a child, your mother ever told you “You have to eat your dinner. There are children starving in Africa!”, and being the cheeky kid you were you replied, “Well here, they can have my leftovers!”. Of course, your...