Lyn Bond | San Francisco

Missionary

Lyn Bond is a senior missionary at the San Francisco branch of Jews for Jesus. Lyn has a master's degree in Missiology with an emphasis in Jewish Studies from Fuller School of World Mission. She is the daughter of the ministry’s founder, Moishe Rosen. Lyn worked at the Chicago branch work for many years alongside her husband, Alan. They have two adult children: Asher and Bethany.

Resurrection: Rabbinic Judaism, Hebrew Scripture and the New Testament
Author: Lyn Bond

Is resurrection only a Christian concept? Can it be traced to biblical and traditional Judaism–both the Hebrew Scriptures and the rabbis? Where does Jesus fit in? Read here.

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Thanksgiving Praise Report
November 1, 2004
Author: Lyn Bond

It has been two years since my Dad (Moishe Rosen) wrote a Thanksgiving article for this newsletter. He wrote it shortly after I was hit by a car while on an evening walk with my husband Alan. I’ve been thinking about that article because he wrote it when things...

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God’s Timetable
January 1, 2004
Author: Lyn Bond

There is only one gospel: Jesus Christ, the Messiah died and rose again so that those who believe and receive Him can have eternal fellowship with God. John 3:16 is most succinct on this: For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever...

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Sometimes You Just Go On
December 1, 2001
Topics: hanukkah
Author: Lyn Bond

Behold Your God Chicago was in its fourth and final week when it happened. Teams of people were handing out gospel tracts on the streets even as the World Trade Center was hit. I was home when it happened, getting ready to go and visit two women for individual Bible...

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Discipleship and Evangelism: Hand and Glove Together
Author: Lyn Bond

Evangelism and discipleship are not opposite ends of a spectrum, neither are they the beginning and end of a process. Followers of Yeshua are commanded to both take the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the world” and to “make” new believers into...

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Clouds Without Rain
September 1, 1999
Author: Lyn Bond

I was handing out gospel tracts near Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. The sultry, still weather of the first weeks of school were behind us. It was a brisk fall day and the leaves were flying past me, their warm hues reminding me that the days of warm...

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Sent Out
June 1, 1998
Author: Lyn Bond

I was out studying the Bible with one of our new Jewish believers when Dayle called our office. Is there a Jewish woman there who can tell me why she thinks Jesus is the Messiah?” Gillian, one of the two administrative workers who hold down the fort when we...

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He’s Not Clowning Around
Author: Lyn Bond

Henry Morse takes the Word of God very seriously. Yet while the Great Benafuchi thinks of himself as an evangelist, through his circus ministry he acts and looks like a clown. Henry believes that the use of humor is important in getting across the Good News:...

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Betrayed!
Author: Lyn Bond

Book Title: Betrayed! Author: Stan Telchin Date Published: June 1, 2007 Publisher: Chosen Books; Revised edition Genre: 1. Judaism 2. Messianic Judaism 3. Teens ISBN: 978-0800794231 Reviewer: Lyn Rosen Bond Purchase this online as a book or audio cassette. Stan...

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The Christmas Oy
December 1, 1985
Topics: hanukkah, christmas
Author: Lyn Bond

Many people become depressed at Christmastime. Crime increases, suicide rates are higher and tempers flare. Instead of Christmas joy, we often encounter Christmas oy” (Yiddish for “woe,” as in “Oy, Vey!”). Why should this happen during...

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Purim: An Answer To A Promise
Author: Lyn Bond

Of all the happy holidays in the Jewish calendar, Purim, the Feast of Esther, is a favorite. What makes it so popular? Is it the fragrant hamantashen, with their sticky-sweet surprises of poppy seed or prune filling ? Is it the fun of dressing up in costume to emulate...

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