My Interfaith Kitchen

My Interfaith Kitchen

By IFFP Board Chair Suzanne Isaacs After I met and married my husband and we decided to be an interfaith family, I struggled.  Not with balancing the two religions (although it is tricky evenly splitting the gifts for Hanukkah and Christmas so one holiday doesn’t end...
The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant

The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant

By IFFP Member Jimmy Mrose The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant (Matthew 18:21-35) “Then Peter approaching asked Jesus, “Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus answered, “I say to you, not seven times...
Honor Thy Father and Mother-In-Law

Honor Thy Father and Mother-In-Law

By Zev Davis From Dovetail June 2005 When we are born we are blessed by a mother and a father and all other family members they bring to us. They raise us from childhood until the time comes to strike out on our own. After we marry, we become part of our spouse’s...
Letting Go

Letting Go

By IFFP Member Jennifer Byrne Rev. Julia always says how we have each other to hold us in this IFFP community, so I’m trusting in that support today and want to return the love with some thoughts that I hope will resonate with you.  I have to have a reason to...
IFFP Commits to a GreenFaith Path

IFFP Commits to a GreenFaith Path

“We have reached an unprecedented, critical time in the existence of the earth due to climate change; toxins in our food, drinking water, and environment; plastic waste in our oceans that disrupts ecosystems and kills marine life; and significant loss of forests,...