Shouted Down
June 1, 2017
Author: David Brickner

When people try to prevent others from hearing a message, it often has the opposite effect . . . and the more so if the message happens to be the gospel!

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Life from the Dead
February 22, 2016
Author: David Brickner

This is the message of hope and life that everyone needs!

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How the Resurrection Speaks to the Holocaust
March 17, 2015
Author: David Brickner

 How genuine belief in the Resurrection affects commitment to evangelism

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Triumph or Triumphalism?
August 8, 2012
Author: David Brickner

It was the week before Memorial Day. I was backpacking in the wilderness of Yosemite when I inadvertently crossed paths with a bear cub. Hearing a growl I knew the she-bear was only seconds away, and sure enough, she came crashing through the bushes. I ran as fast as...

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The Making of a Trainer
October 3, 2007
Topics: discipleship
Author: Jews for Jesus

Many of you have met a Jews for Jesus missionary who spoke with confidence at a local church, or maybe you’ve met one of us handing out our gospel broadsides on a street corner. Did you ever wonder what it takes for a missionary to speak confidently, and (we hope) be...

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It Takes a Branch
August 1, 2007
Author: Lynn McCoy

Rachel is a college student at a local university here in D.C. She called our office to explain that she had decided to write about Jews for Jesus for her journalism course. She wanted to attend one of our events that week to observe us as research for her paper....

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All the Way from Russia
September 1, 2006
Author: Rachel Soren

Team leaders Leonid Vasserman and Gregory Furman Gregory Furman and Elizabeth T. are both from the former Soviet Union, but have been part of the regular team of Jews for Jesus in New York for some time. This summer however, they were joined by 27 brothers and sisters...

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The Best of the Holy Land” Tour”
March 1, 2006
Author: Jews for Jesus

Your host, Lon Solomon, is Jewish and has believed in Jesus 35 years; he’s been pastor of McLean Bible Church for 25 years and has served as a valued member of Jews for Jesus Board of directors for 19 years. This will be his 31st tour of Israel. Date: October...

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Updating the War on Jewish Evangelism
March 1, 2005
Author: David Brickner

People’s response to that letter exceeded my expectations. So many recognized the importance of this issue and wrote to express their strong support for the proclamation of the gospel to the Jewish people. Others misunderstood the letter, seeing it as an attack...

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New Age in Israel
Author: Dan Sered

Most Israelis are required to serve in the Israeli Defense Force for at least two years. After their service in the IDF, many are weary from facing the reality of death every day, so they decide to get away for awhile. The Far East is a popular destination for these...

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Passing Over Easter: Constructing the Boundaries of Messianic Judaism.
January 1, 2002

Book Title: Passing Over Easter Author: Shoshanah Feher Date Published: April 2, 1998 Publisher: AltaMira Press Genre: 1. Christian Denominations & Sects2. Religion & Spirituality ISBN: 978-0761989530 Reviewer: Jeffrey Wasserman Just how effective are...

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I Am a Jewish Believer, from Ethiopia
Author: Jews for Jesus

Oh, you really are Jewish! But you are a little dark,” the young woman said. I was wearing a Jews for Jesus T-shirt and distributing broadsides while speaking to a woman on the streets of New York. I answered, “I’m from Ethiopia.” And she...

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When a Sister-in-law is a Sister in the Lord
Author: Renee Abend

When I was a child, I once saw a television program in which Gumby got himself into a bit of trouble, and a friend named Jesus came along to help him. I remember wishing that I had a friend like Jesus, but I had been taught that He was not for us Jews. Many years...

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Miscellaneous
March 1, 1999
Author: Jews for Jesus

It really happened: A friend in Chico, California told us about a local eatery called the Oy Veh* Cafe—a Jewish deli of sorts. It seems they used to have a controversial item on the menu: the Jews for Cheeses” omelet! Apparently, enough customers complained to...

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Is the Religious Right Good or Bad for the Jews?
Author: Alan Shore

Social concerns for Jewish Americans and how the right-left split ultimately affects Jewish believers in Jesus.

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Yeshua Ben David: Why Do the Jewish People Reject Jesus As Their Messiah?
March 1, 1996
Author: Caroline Hewitt

Book Title: Yeshua Ben David Author: Walter Riggans Date Published: October 6, 1995 Publisher: Monarch Books; First Edition edition Genre: 1. Judaism2. Theology ISBN: 1854242873 Reviewer: Caroline Hewitt Review Date: March 1, 1996 Readers of Walter Riggans’...

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When Jews Were Proselytizers
Author: Susan Perlman

Why most Jewish people no longer seek to convert non-Jews.

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Israel and Yeshua
March 1, 1995
Author: Susan Perlman

Book Title: Israel and Yeshua Author: Torleif Elgvin Date Published: 1993 Publisher: Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies Reviewer: Susan Perlman Review Date: March 1, 1995 For one brilliant nineteenth-century Jewish rationalist and disciple of Moses...

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Letters from a Skeptic
Author: Bob Mendelsohn

Book Title: Letters from a Skeptic Author: Gregory A Boyd (Author), Edward K Boyd (Author) Date Published: 1995 Publisher: Cook Communications Genre: 1. Apologetics2. Theology Reviewer: Bob Mendelsohn Review Date: March 1, 1995 This is a book for those looking for...

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Messiah Now!
Author: David Brickner

No one on this earth has seen anything like the great and awesome day that is about to come. The world, as we know it, will come to a screeching halt. In an instant, all that matters to our daily lives will matter no more. In my imagination it begins as a distant...

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