Jews for Jesus executive director offers some surprising thoughts about gratitude just in time for Thanksgiving.
David Brickner invites you to celebrate the Jewish New Year as well as the new things God is doing in Jews for Jesus.
The Lord wowed us in Jerusalem by creating divine appointments, protecting us, binding us together in unity, and bringing many to faith in Jesus!
Thanks to God and those who pray and support us, Jews for Jesus has grown. That growth has opened up new leadership needs and opportunities, and we are eager to introduce you to the leaders who are taking on new roles in our ministry!
We are finding ways to integrate projects that we launched in Jerusalem into our ministry worldwide!
We just celebrated a very special Shavuot—one unlike any in the history of Jews for Jesus! Find out what happened this past Shavuot and what made it historic for our ministry.
Christmas Is Still a Jewish Holiday Reprinted from Havurah (Jews for Jesus publication for Jewish believers in Jesus). It was my joy to share Yeshua with Jewish people in New York City as far back as 1946! As a missionary with the American Board of Missions to the...
On several occasions I have heard mention of the Ten Lost Tribes.” I was told that this referred to the ten northern tribes of Israel. Were they really lost? And if so, how can certain prophetic scriptures regarding Israel still be fulfilled?
What is the significance of Jerusalem? Read a clear and concise reflection by David Brickner, Jews for Jesus executive director.
Anchors are important to the mission of any ship for stability in a storm, or to hold steady while unloading precious cargo. Jews for Jesus also has specific anchors that help us with our mission.
Is there a difference between a cult and a religious sect of Christianity, for example? Where do Messianic Judaism and Jews for Jesus fit in? Read on here.
May Days on the Jewish Calendar YOM HASHOAH (Holocaust Remembrance Day) falls on Friday, May 2 this year. The horrors of the Holocaust are so severe and deeply disturbing that with each passing year it becomes more difficult for those who were not directly affected to...
Jews for Jesus: Our Approach Over the last two months I have shared with you our recently refreshed Jews for Jesus mission statement and core values. This month I am writing about our approach. Our approach has been the same all along, but we’ve never formalized a...
Here is an in-depth overview of the similarities, differences and changes over time between the three primary branches of Judaism: Orthodox, Conservative and Reform.
Last month I shared our newly refreshed Jews for Jesus mission statement: “We relentlessly pursue God’s plan for the salvation of the Jewish people.” We’ve also refreshed our core values as we reexamined what makes us tick—what is at the heart of why and how we act as...
A three-in-one festival You probably know that November 28 is Thanksgiving… but did you know it is also the first day (and second night) of Hanukkah? These two holidays coincided only once before (125 years ago). And they will not do so again until the year...
How and why has Jews for Jesus changed the wording of our mission statement?
Find out how David Brickner’s father instilled in his children a sense of anticipation and wonder at Christmas.
When God works in and through us by the power of His Holy Spirit, the result is supernatural and eternal fruit! What does that mean for you?
Do you have a wrong impression of God, sin and repentance? Increase your understanding and receive the blessings God has for those who embrace repentance as a lifestyle.