Beliefnet
Project Conversion
Judaism Archives

Project Conversion is the study of struggle and serendipity. Much of what has transpired was unexpected and unintended. This has been a blessing, and I am thankful for these lessons, however there is one post I have anticipated and looked forward […]

“Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days thou shalt labor and do all thy work; but the seventh day is a sabbath (rest) unto the Lord thy God, in it thou shalt not do any manner of […]

We’ve all heard the saying, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions,” and the last three months have taught me that hell is a state of mind in which your soul is in anguish due to separation from […]

This wasn’t an easy post to prepare for. There is no more a “typical Jew” than there is a typical American. Jews themselves are difficult to define. Are they a race, a religion, a culture, a nation, just a bunch of […]

No journey is complete without a map, and that is exactly what Michael Solender is for my month with Judaism. From the moment I stepped out of my car after a 2 1/2 hour trek to meet him, Michael had […]

Shalom everyone and welcome to Month Four of Project Conversion: Judaism! Today’s post will be short as it’s about 4 A.M. and I am preparing to visit my Jewish Mentor, Michael Solender. Michael lives in Charlotte, NC which is about […]

Shalom everyone and welcome to Month Four of Project Conversion: Judaism! Today’s post will be short as it’s about 4 A.M. and I am preparing to visit my Jewish Mentor, Michael Solender. Michael lives in Charlotte, NC which is about […]