Shmuly’s journey to Jesus has had many setbacks but with your prayers, it seems his faith is truly growing!
God uses teamwork so that when hearts open and lives change, we know that it was not because of our own power of persuasion. It’s all God!
You prayed, God answered; that’s how His kingdom grows – one person at a time!
For Orthodox Jews who believe in Jesus, their struggle is real and they need lots of prayer support. Take this story for example:
From Israel: this salvation story will give you hope for your loved ones!
The Lord wowed us in Jerusalem by creating divine appointments, protecting us, binding us together in unity, and bringing many to faith in Jesus!
As much as people may care what others would think if they were to believe in Jesus, we owe it to them to point out this truth.
Jews for Jesus Behold Your God Jerusalem outreach offered lectures on Marc Chagall and connected with many people, including these two Holocaust survivors.
While we explore new and effective ways to reach people with the good news, we know that often the Holy Spirit still uses the tried-and-true methods. Take this story about our bold Jews for Jesus T-shirts, for example.
Talk about answered prayer – the follow-up from our Russian-speaking team in Jerusalem has been amazingly fruitful! Check out this salvation story!
From Jerusalem: “Before me sat a woman broken not only by her physical limitations but by the burden of grief. ‘God understands and He is ready to forgive you,’ I explained.”
Ready to hear some stories from Jerusalem? These two salvation stories could not be more different, but they both show how God was setting up divine appointments.
People can hear from God in mysterious ways! No one ever could have predicted how music from her past helped bring this 93-year-old Jewish woman from Calcutta to Jesus.
We love telling you how God answered your prayers, especially when it’s a salvation story like this one!
Find out why a Jewish man put his faith in Yeshua (Jesus), despite his concern that his Orthodox friends and family might shun him. May God give us all the grace to be so courageous!
Technology can be a pain, but wow! It can also open doors, and even help people connect with God!
Pain can make you bitter or it can lead you to search for something better.
The thing about Jesus is, He makes impossible things possible. Read and be encouraged!
Find out how a new presentation of Jews and Arabs finding peace through Jesus was received during our Budapest campaign!
We’re excited to tell you stories of people we’re meeting on this year’s Budapest outreach!
God has a way of connecting our stories like links in a beautiful chain. Thanks for helping us be part of these two intersecting stories…
Jewish people were meant to bring the good news of Jesus to people of all nations—and that’s just what happened in Berlin!
From Kiev: God can bring inner peace in the midst of conflict. Read about one man who got an answer to the question he’d been asking ever since he miraculously survived a bombing.
Find out how people in the Aravah region of Israel responded to our most recent Behold Your God campaign.
During our series of Passover celebrations in Odessa, 25 Jewish people and sixteen Gentiles prayed to begin a new life with God based on what Jesus did for us through His death and resurrection.
Jews for Jesus doesn’t only reach out to people on the streets; we reach out to people whose Christian friends have referred them. Here’s what can happen…
Read the amazing salvation story of a mother and daughter, see how true the statement is, “with God there are no coincidences.”
Do you have a passion to see Jewish people know the Messiah? Do you love what we do and wish you could jump in to help? Maybe you can join our team by becoming a Co-Laborer in Messiah (CLIM). CLIMs represent Jews for Jesus in their own communities, often hosting our...
Rebecca Gottesman: 'A Very Happy Hebrew Christian' Rebecca Gottesman moved to California from New York a half century ago, but her hard-boiled upbringing is still evident in her New Jersey accent and countless stories of an age gone by. “I grew up on the lower east...
The Apostle Paul explained how Israel’s initial rejection of her Messiah led to the message of salvation being brought to the world (Romans 11:11). But Paul also looked forward to the future redemption of Israel: “if their rejection be the reconciliation...
I was a Camp Gilgal camper. Now I’m a Camp Gilgal director. And I have heard it said time and again that Children’s ministry takes so much patience. It can be that you invest for years and years before you see any fruit.” I have tried my best to...
Berman’s main contention is that law is a foundational principle of Western society that derives its moral and religious dimension from God as the first lawgiver.
The concept of Jews believing in Jesus has penetrated the culture in part because Jews for Jesus and other Messianic Jewish groups have made some very public pronouncements of their belief. Jews for Jesus launched its work in the United Kingdom with a full-page ad in...
Alexandre Glasberg was born to a Jewish family in the Ukraine in 1902. He and his brother, Vila, came to believe in Jesus and emigrated to France in the early 1930s. Alexandre attended seminary and was ordained a priest in 1938. In 1940 he began hiding political...
Edith Stein, the first Jew to be declared a saint by the Catholic Church, was born in Breslau, Germany, on Yom Kippur, 1891. Her father died when she was two and her mother, a devout Jew, raised her and her six siblings. Stein earned a doctorate in philosophy at the...
Born Israel Zoller in 1881, he was appointed chief rabbi of Trieste, Italy, in 1918. In the 1930s, he helped German Jews fleeing the Reich. As World War II broke out, he became Rome’s chief rabbi. In September 1943 the Nazis demanded gold for the lives of the Jews of...
One of the oldest Jewish communities in the world today outside of Israel is in Syria. Interestingly enough, it is also one of the first Jewish communities in the Diaspora to have heard the gospel message. The Book of Acts, chapter 9, tells us that Saul of Tarsus was...