Every year, around Christmas and Hanukkah, or even Easter and Passover, many Jewish-Gentile couples and families are finding themselves in a tough place to navigate. Here’s a helpful way to understand the difficulties and continue to work toward spiritual harmony in your home.
Over the last decade and a half, my ministry with Jews for Jesus has focused on working with Jewish-Gentile couples.
A young man encounters virulent anti-Semitism in college, but discovers that Christians who truly follow Jesus love the Jewish people.
Do you ever feel like you’re speaking a foreign language when trying to explain the gospel to someone who isn’t a Christian? That’s how it sounded to me, before I came to faith in Jesus from a traditional Jewish background. Christians would invite me to church to hear a sermon about Jesus? I’d just respond, “I’m Jewish.”
He’s Jewish, she’s not. She believes in Jesus, he doesn’t. Here are some insights into how to minister in similar situations.
“My Jewish husband doesn’t believe in Jesus, so how can I find spiritual harmony in our case?”
Actually, don’t be misled by this title. This isn’t an article against intermarriage. It is just that there are so many issues related to Jewish-Gentile couples in the news these days.
I just got back from Israel and have been catching up on my reading. I keep a Google search on issues related to Jewish-Gentile couples. July was an interesting month…
A despairing Jewish drug counselor finds hope in an unlikely place.