"This is a great book for anyone wishing to understand the basics and a bit more of being Jewish and bringing up a family to understand their Jewish identity. The author writes with clarity, passion and pastoral concern, making complex issues easy to understand and accessible in bite-sized chunks. Lots of rich resources on Jewish life, history, culture, humor and food, with dollops of practical advice and an easy introduction into Jewish life. Great work - what's next - the study guide or the movie?" - Richard Harvey, Academic Dean, All Nations.

“In a distinctly Jewish voice, Smith enables readers to incorporate Jewish culture and tradition into their lives while giving them the pieces to honor the faith and meaningful traditions of their non-Jewish spouse.” —Shoshanna Pucci (Masters of Teaching), teacher and intermarried mother of three 

“This book is practical and winsome. Any pastor with interfaith couples in their congregation will benefit from this resource. And so will the couples!” — Lon Solomon, senior pastor, McLean Bible Church 

“A much-needed resource for Jewish families who care about instilling the next generation with Jewish values and identity based on a history that goes back to Abraham.” — David Brickner, executive director, Jews for Jesus

“As a Jewish father, I’m daily faced with the challenge of shaping organic Jewish identity in the hearts and minds of my kids. Garrett Smith has crafted a user-friendly primer on what it means to be and feel Jewish, right down to the kishkas.”—Scott Brown, co-producer of “Joined Together?” a video on interfaith couples from Jewish and Christian backgrounds