Bob Mendelsohn | Sydney

Branch Leader

Bob Mendelsohn is the director of Jews for Jesus in AustralAsia which covers Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. He grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family in Kansas City, but became a college drop-out when he decided to look for the meaning of life in the counterculture of the '60s. He found meaning and relevance in Jesus which caused him much trouble at home. But he says, "it was worth the cost." Bob has worked for Jews for Jesus since 1979, and served as the leader of our work in Washington DC and New York City before moving to Sydney in 1998. Bob and his wife Patty both graduated from the University of Kansas and Fuller Seminary. They have three adult children and four grandsons.

The Bad Samaritan
August 1, 1987
Author: Bob Mendelsohn

Once upon a time there was a woman of Samaria. (In the land of the Bible of Jesus’ day, Samaritans were second-class citizens, and a Samaritan who was also a woman was not exactly a person of honor.) This particular woman was an especially bad Samaritan. In...

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