How and why has Jews for Jesus changed the wording of our mission statement?
This chart gives an overview of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Judaism.
Ceil Rosen, wife of Jews for Jesus founder, Moishe, had a unique Christmas experience, leading her to consider Jesus seriously as the alternative to religious Judaism or atheism.
Will God fulfill his promise of sustaining the Jewish people? Several Jewish authors express concern about our survival.
December poses a dilemma for many Jewish-Gentile couples as cross-cultural challenges surface, but there is help and hope for understanding and respecting each other’s traditions.
Pain can make you bitter or it can lead you to search for something better.
Find out how David Brickner’s father instilled in his children a sense of anticipation and wonder at Christmas.
The results of a recently released study by the Barna Group, Jewish Millennials: The Beliefs and Behaviors Shaping Young Jews in America, have been called into question by some Jewish leaders. This reaction is emotional and unfounded.
The New York Fall Outreach team had a great time talking with Jewish college students!
Following Yeshua will mean going against the flow of the values and priorities of the world. It may cost us relationships with family and friends, our reputations and opportunities. We might encounter suffering, heartache and rejection. But God will never desert us.
I take comfort in Jesus’ words: “Truly, I say to you, there is no one who has left house or wife or brothers or parents or children, for the sake of the kingdom of God, who will not receive many times more in this time, and in the age to come eternal life” (Luke 18:29–30).
Although my faith made for some uncomfortable times with my parents, it also led to some thoughtful and fruitful discussions. And, much to their credit, they never allowed it to rupture our relationship.
The Barna team found that Millennial Jews in America present quite a paradox.
The thing about Jesus is, He makes impossible things possible. Read and be encouraged!
It’s one of the most difficult but rewarding places to minister in Southern California, and Jews for Jesus is there every year.