Joel Grishaver, everybody's favorite hip Jewish uncle, had been up half the night, schmoozing with a rabbi's son who was visiting from England. So when Grishaver answered the phone at 6:30 a.m., he was hardly prepared for the voice that said, "You and I have a date for lunch in Washington on Sept. 15. You've just won the Covenant Award."
Joel Grishaver. The Bible is rich in stories of passion, plagues, miracles and betrayals, but what about good parenting? "In truth, there is no good fathering in the Bible," said author and Jewish educator Joel Grishaver.