This pamphlet examines the issue of remarriage and step-parenting with respect to Jewish observance and involvement. With remarriage, children are shuttled between parents who may have very different ideas about the value of Jewish involvement. And, at the same time, the new stepparent may further complicate matters with his or her own style of, or lack of, Jewish commitment. As a result, children of divorce and remarriage are likely to be confused or, at best, ambivalent about their Jewish selves. This confusion and ambivalence may weaken the fabric of Jewish identity and preclude the transmission of Jewish values to the next generation.