It was my experience and privilege to serve Moishe Rosen, founder of Jews for Jesus, for 2 years. We traveled many places together and I was glad to help make the Messiahship of Yeshua an unavoidable issue to the Jewish people worldwide with Moishe. The following are some of the gleanings of my tutelage under Moishe and others in leadership at Jews for Jesus.

I learned that the passionate love of Yeshua is unfathomable and of utmost intensity for His Jewish people. I learned that the Good News needs proclaimers, and that God mercifully allows us who are not perfect to partner with Him in His perfect work. I learned that boldness is necessary in proclaiming the Good News of Yeshua and that the Holy Spirit helps guide us in the process of proclamation. I learned that being a team player means putting others’ interests in front of one’s own interests. I learned that to be on fire for Yeshua necessitates a constant personal renewal, which daily needs to be fueled by a relationship with the Almighty and grounded in the word of God. I learned that Yeshua shepherds us gently but firmly to trust Him with all of our cares and wants.

The Apostle Paul’s letter to Titus in the third chapter and fifth verse really encapsulates my experience at Jews for Jesus. It says, Not by works of righteousness which we have done but by His mercy He saved us, by the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Ghost.”

Joy in Messiah,
Andy Marcroft