Blog | Press | Publications: ISSUES | RealTime | Newsletter | Havurah

Use the filters below to find articles.

 

glenn harris |

Total Posts: 0

Missionary

Letter from Glenn and Alexandra Harris
December 1, 2003
Author: Glenn Harris

Reflections on a Decade with Jews for Jesus My name is Glenn Harris, but I have been called a lot of other names, particularly since I am Jewish and have been a follower of Jesus for twenty-two years now. For a little over ten of those years I served on the staff of Jews for […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 3 minutes
Passover in Prison
April 1, 1996
Author: Glenn Harris

Nearly 3,500 years ago, God set our people free from Egypt. Last Passover, I celebrated that great deliverance with two men who know what it means to be captive. You see, Dennis and James are incarcerated. It all started when I asked Dennis how he was feeling during one of our visits. Sad,” he replied, […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
The Only Real Failure Is Not Trying
August 1, 1994
Author: Glenn Harris

We Jews for Jesus have found that a bold witness will reap results. We always look forward to street evangelism with great expectation. We expect to be exhausted. We expect blistered feet and sore muscles. We expect some rejection and unpleasantness and the testing of our faith. Most important, however, we expect to see at […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
Saving Remnants: Feeling Jewish in America
Author: Glenn Harris

Book Title: Saving Remnants: Feeling Jewish in America Author: Sara Bershtel (Author), Allen Graubard (Author) Date Published: March 1992 Publisher: Free Pr Genre: 1. Ethnic Studies2. Judaism3. Cultural ISBN: 978-0029030851 Reviewer: Glenn Harris Do the Jewish people in America today stand at the threshold of extinction? Harvard graduates, Sara Bershtel and Allen Graubard, tackle the […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
The Birth Pangs of the Messiah
January 1, 1994
Author: Glenn Harris

Gershom is a young Israeli I visited during our 1993 Summer Witnessing Campaign in New York City. He perfectly fit the stereotype of many Israelis who live in Manhattan. He was in the United States temporarily in order to earn enough money to return to Israel and continue his studies. He was an archaeology student, […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
Bumble Bees and Bumbling
July 1, 1991
Author: Glenn Harris

I knew something was wrong the minute I walked in. My wife Alexandra, on whom I can always count for a cheerful smile and a hug when I come home, met me with a frightened Oh, Glenn, you’ve got to come take care of this!” “This” was a big bumble bee that had flown in […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 3 minutes
Free To Wonder And Ask
February 1, 1990
Author: Glenn Harris

Victor is one of the people with whom we came in contact during our 1989 Summer Witnessing Campaign. Victor came to the United States from Russia in May of last year. He arrived with many questions about God and the Bible, and he came full of wonder at his new-found freedom. Victor was now able […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
Campaign Training
June 1, 1989
Author: Glenn Harris

I found my two weeks of Campaign training in Chicago quite rigorous but very enjoyable. I appreciated most the lasting things I took with me from that experience. I came away with friendships. As we all strove to meet deadlines, memorize Scripture, and write papers as creatively as possible, I became closely bonded with many […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 1
My Questions Were Answered
March 1, 1988
Author: Glenn Harris

I was born and raised in Los Angeles. In my sunny southern California” home Jewishness was very important, especially to my grandfather. He was very religious and extremely committed to giving me a thorough Jewish education. Besides my public school attendance, he also enrolled me in Hebrew school. There I prepared for my bar mitzvah, […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 2 minutes
Liberated Wailing Wall Witnessing Report
Author: Glenn Harris

Liberated Wailing Wall | Albums | Downloadable Music I met Frankie at Indiana University when the Liberated Wailing Wall visited the campus to do evangelism. After what had already been a very fruitful witnessing expedition, I was on my way upstairs to get some lunch, when I noticed a student on his way down the stairs. […]

Continue Reading Reading Time: 1
Page 1 of 3123