The new president wants to find ways to navigate through disruptive times to shape the future of Conservative Judaism.by Margo Gold | Comments Off on Getting to Yes
After Katrina, a New Orleans congregation has done much more than come back from adversityby Bob Leventhal | Comments Off on To Survive, To Strive, and To Thrive
USCJ’s immediate past president looks back at the remarkable changes of the last five years.by Richard Skolnik | Comments Off on Where We Are Now
The real problem is not that people or institutions don’t want to change; the problem is the psychological barrier to substantive personal or institutional change of which most of us are unaware.by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | Comments Off on What’s the Cure for an Immunity to Change?
Congregations use grants to create innovative programs connecting their communities to the Jewish Stateby Deborah Fineblum | Comments Off on An Israel Bond
Nativ is an Israel gap year program that pays dividends down the roadby Yossi Garr | Comments Off on Taking the Long-Short Path
The future of Judaism depends on Jewish knowledge, says Rabbi Loren Sykes, and specifically, giving more young people the chance to acquire it.Comments Off on For College Students, Winter Break in Jerusalem
As his attorney friends say, he will “stipulate” that we face some troubling statistics. But for the past few months, Rabbi Steven Wernick has been digging deeper into Pew, looking beyond the sound bites for a more nuanced read on Conservative Judaism today.Comments Off on No Devil in These Details