vid Grossman, the Israeli author and activist, whose books, essays and public advocacy have inspired a generation, will receive Reform Judaism’s highest honor, the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) 2017 Maurice N. Eisendrath Bearer of Light Award. The award will be presented at the 74th URJ Biennial in Boston in December 2017.
Learn how author Anita Diamant got started as a writer, what's new in Jewish ritual and practice, and what these changes mean in North America's liberal Jewish community.
Yvonne Eschner wants to help Interfaith couples avoid the heartbreak she experienced during the failure of her own marriage, due in part to religious and spiritual differences.
In theory, no one wants to be that person who can’t let go, who refuses the request for forgiveness. But is it really possible, or even right, to forgive everything?
A longtime Canadian Reform leader asks: Can Canadians and Americans feel connected to one Jewish movement? Can they feel equally represented by a single organization?
Gender-based violence, exploitation, and violations of human rights pose a dire threat to women’s overall security worldwide.
Ki Teitzei has a treasury of Jewish legal and ethical literature, including a discussion of lenders and debtors. When a debt is not repaid, the lender is forbidden from entering the debtor's home without permission to retrieve the security. The rule poses challenges both for lenders and debtors.