Beliefnet
KIDS AND PRAYER | SPIRITUAL PARENTING | Interfaith Families | VALUES AND EMOTIONS | COPING | HOLIDAYS AND RITUALS | EDUCATION | BIRTH AND MILESTONES | DIVORCE AND SINGLE PARENTING | FAMILY AND COMMUNITY | BOOKS FOR PARENTS | BOOKS AND OTHER MEDIA FOR CHILDREN | CHILDREN'S STORIES | GRANDPARENTS | BACK TO FAMILY ARCHIVE

Happy, Healthy & Interfaith
Tips for parents from adults who grew up in interfaith homes.
By Robin Margolis

Handling the Holidays in a Two-Faith Family
Raising kids in one religion is possible in our interfaith household.
By Sally Stich

Leave a Plate of Matzoh for Santa
Celebrating two faiths during the holidays allowed me to appreciate twice as much
By Gary Magenta

How an Interfaith Family Prays
The emphasis is on finding points of common spirituality where prayers intersect.
By Gregory and Suzanne M. Wolfe
01/05/2001

For Some Interfaith Families, 'Pick One' Is Not an Option
Parents' groups are joining forces to provide formal interfaith religious education for the kids.
Excerpt by Kimberly Winston
08/24/2000
Join the Discussion
comments powered by Disqus