Letter from Iva Conrad

When my husband, Warren Conrad, retired from the pastorate after 44 years, little did I realize how much I was going to love our next assignment, and how much I was going to learn. For a little over 5 years we had the wonderful privilege of working with Jews for Jesus...

Letter from Joe Bell

I am not ashamed of Jews for Jesus I grew up in a Conservative Jewish family in Newton, MA. In the fall of 1994 I was managing a furniture store in a mall outside of Boston, MA. My friend Amanda worked as the assistant manager of a shop across the hall. Amanda knew...

Letter from John and Jennelle Pillitiere

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, We started co-laboring in the Lord’s vineyard at Jews for Jesus in 1980. Jennelle commuted to 60 Haight Street for eight and one-half years, first serving as secretary to office manager Jeff Fritz, and then as Susan...

Letter from Jonathan Markham

Dear Friends, As I write it is almost ten years to the day that a tired but very excited family disembarked from the jumbo jet that had carried them from the United Kingdom to begin a new life in San Francisco. Little did we know as we walked up the jetway that there...

Letter from Josh and Rosemary

We had been married for two years when we joined the Liberated Wailing Wall. We were on the road for almost three years (Jan. 1999-October 2002) with two different teams. When we started out, we only planned to be on the team for 18-months, which was a pretty serious...

Letter from Lois Link

As a former staff member of Jews for Jesus, I want to take a moment to say how much my life has been enriched because of the time I spent with them. First of all, I was a gentile, on administrative staff. The missionaries on the Jews for Jesus staff must be a Jewish...

Letter from Loren Jacobs

My experience with Jews for Jesus is one for which I am grateful. I was introduced to Jews for Jesus in 1976, when I was 20 years old and living in the Chicago area. I had been a Believer for about a year. I started volunteering with the Chicago branch, especially by...

Letter from Murray Tilles

My name is Murray Tilles. I became a believer in 1978 while a student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. I was raised in a very religious Jewish home. Needless to say, after accepting Jesus as Messiah, my parents were not overjoyed, in fact, they...

Letter from Steve B.

My experience with Jews for Jesus is a very positive experience. I remember so well like it was yesterday. I got to witness the hand of our Lord in a very powerful way when I first started working with Jews for Jesus. God used this imperfect vessel to touch the lives...

Letter from Steve Cohen

Shalom — peace to you in Yeshua — the messiah! I am not an ex-Jew, nor am I am ex-for Jesus! My name is Steve Cohen and I served with Jews for Jesus from June 22, 1976 to July 31,1996. I began as a volunteer in Seattle in 1974. After meeting Moishe Rosen...

Letter from Susan Bragg

Dear Susan, David and the entire Jews for Jesus Staff, First of all, I want you all to know that I miss you! I have very fond memories of my time in San Francisco and at Jews for Jesus. I was truly blessed on a number of levels while working at the ministry. You were...

Letter from Valerie Cymes

I praise God for the opportunity he gave me to serve as a missionary with Jews for Jesus. I saw God do so many wonderful works through the ministry, and I was able to participate in many of them. From handing out tracts at the Washington, DC Metro to singing in the...

Letter from Andy Marcroft

It was my experience and privilege to serve Moishe Rosen, founder of Jews for Jesus, for 2 years. We traveled many places together and I was glad to help make the Messiahship of Yeshua an unavoidable issue to the Jewish people worldwide with Moishe. The following are...

Letter from David and Chava Baker

My wife Chava and I served with Jews for Jesus in San Francisco and Los Angeles during the late 70’s and early 80’s. We worked both in administrative and branch missionary capacities. My fondest memories were as a volunteer in the LA branch. I was a brand...

Letter from Glenn and Alexandra Harris

Reflections on a Decade with Jews for Jesus My name is Glenn Harris, but I have been called a lot of other names, particularly since I am Jewish and have been a follower of Jesus for twenty-two years now. For a little over ten of those years I served on the staff of...

Letter from Sharon Freeman

Dear David, Moishe, and all of my other friends serving with Jews For Jesus, Shalom! I just wanted to take a moment to share with you and express my gratitude for all that I learned over the twelve years of serving with the ministry. The person whom God has brought me...

Letter from Lev Leigh

To whom it may concern, I served with Jews for Jesus for six years, from 1995 to 2000. During my time with the mission, I found Jews for Jesus to be a Christian ministry (or Messianic, if you prefer) with a passion for the good news about Jesus and a heartfelt...