If I Were to Follow Yeshua…

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.

Why Robyn did not want to believe in Jesus.

My Mother KNOWS I’m Doing This. My mother and father are both Jewish, both from the East Coast, and both had aspirations for me, their daughter, which I am sure did not include handing out pamphlets about Yeshua (Jesus). For that matter, handing out pamphlets about...

South Florida Praise Report

I’d just gotten back from my three-week Christ in the Passover tour and our Passover banquet was just six days away. Thankfully, volunteers had stepped up to the plate, including two of our co-laborers who were both traveling three hours to help with the event. Still,...

Let’s Team Up

The primary objective of Jews for Jesus is to preach the gospel, especially to Jewish people. We hope that you are with us and that in addition to praying for us as we evangelize, you will look for opportunities to tell Jewish people about Jesus, too. Maybe God has...

From Deputation to Decision

One of the tasks of a Jews for Jesus staff person is to speak in local churches. We do this for several reasons. One is to win the hearts of God’s people to Jewish evangelism. Another is that it provides an opportunity for church members to invite their Jewish...

Questions Part Five: Why Search If You Never Find the Answer?

Missionary work is full of questions—those that people ask us, those we ask others to get them to think about the gospel, and those we ask ourselves. These experiences of some of the members of our Liberated Wailing Wall Mobile Evangelistic Team represent some of the...

Everything to Lose

We had just finished our presentation in a church in Missouri. As usual, I went back to the sales table. Suddenly, masses of people came over and wanted to buy our albums, tapes and books. One woman, however, just stood quietly by the table looking inquisitively at...