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God has tasked Gentile Christians with making Jewish people jealous—of their relationship with God! We’d like to encourage you to do that, and we have some resources that can help.
Five tips on surviving the Passover seder with young children!
“Why on this night do we only eat matzah?” It really is the million-dollar question. Why do we have to eat this dry, crumbly bread for eight nights?
I was excited to be heading to the West Coast to visit my older brother Steve. My dad had returned to New York with the good news that Steve had found a place with a nice Jewish landlady who would “keep an eye on him.”
Gedalia was a kid (baby goat) with no future—no future, that is, other than being passed on a platter from one guest to the next at the Passover seder of Yossel and Shayna Rabinovitch.
I remember watching the closing moments of The Prince of Egypt, Stephen Spielberg’s animated telling of the Exodus story. Moses descends Mount Sinai carrying the Ten Commandments on two stone tablets, and uplifting music plays as the movie ends.
“Doing things Jesus’ way” includes being part of our local communities. In Tel Aviv, our Moishe Rosen Center gives us many opportunities to share what we have with our neighbors, and in so doing, to honor our Messiah.
A reporter for The Forward, a well-known Jewish newspaper based in New York City, asked what Jews for Jesus does to combat anti-Semitism. Among other things, we explained our commitment to inform Christian friends like you about this scourge wherever it raises its ugly head.
Diverse languages, once a curse, are now a blessing. Read this month’s reflections by David Brickner, executive director of Jews for Jesus.
Jews for Jesus has always been up front about taking our message out to the streets. But some of the most rewarding parts of what we do are behind the scenes. For example, we reach out to Jewish people referred to us by their Christian friends. We usually send a letter and follow up with […]
When you have the peace and purpose that only reconciliation with God can bring, you want to share it, right? But it’s not always easy to talk about something as personal and important as your faith—especially with people who are likely to dismiss it as “fine for you… but not for me.” If you wish […]
People tell us they collect our gospel tracts, but to sell on eBay? And just look what it was marked down from!
This love story is shareable on so many levels, and not only for Valentine’s Day.
Satanist gives surprising reason for not believing in Jesus.
Our team in Chicago wasn’t prepared for how quickly their message of hope would catch on at the Women’s March.
Find out how Christmas cookies led to conversations about Christ.
Some declarations of love are not exactly honest and may actually be harmful—even if that’s not what would-be lovers intend.
Mikhail Vayshengolts reports from Tel Aviv, “The small church I attend asked me to speak at our evangelistic Christmas service for Russian-speakers. My topic was ‘Christmas is a Jewish holiday.’ At the end of the service three people prayed the Sinner’s Prayer. “The first was Maya, who, a few days earlier, had been to our […]
Did you see the evangelistic postcard we’ll be handing out during the 2017 presidential inauguration? We mentioned it in last month’s RealTime but, as you can see below, we’ve now got a second postcard for the occasion. Whether people see the shifting political landscape as a change for the better or for the worse, we […]