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Aaron Lewin

Aaron Lewin

Branch Leader

I grew up in a family that had already accepted Yeshua as the Messiah. However, during my early teenage years, I went my own way and got involved in the punk movement for a short period of time. Eventually, through an encounter with the Holy Spirit, the LORD convicted my of my sin and showed me that I was wasting my life if I wasn’t living for Him. After spending four and a half years working with Jews for Jesus in Hungary, I am very excited to be able to start a new branch in Berlin. We want to share the life-giving message of the Messiah Yeshua with the thousands of Israeli, German and Russian Jews along with the thousands of tourists who travel there. Every prayer is so much appreciated!

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Natasha Krouter

Natasha Krouter

Missionary

I was born in Kazan, Russia, in 1971. In 1993 I became a believer and met Jews for Jesus. In 1994 I participated in Moscow campaign. After my second campaign I joined the ministry, where I met my husband, Leonid. Together we were members of the music team called Messiah’s Shofar for a year and a half. Then, in 1998, we moved to Kiev, Ukraine. We have three children: Michael, Dina and Eugenia.

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Carolina Flores

Carolina Flores

Missionary

Carolina Flores grew up in a Messianic Jewish home in Israel. However, after a painful separation of her parents, the family simply abandoned their belief in Yeshua and Carolina grew up completely secular. As a young woman, after her time in the army, she worked in Israel in a facility where volunteers from Germany served. One day, some of these volunteers invited Carolina to church. This first visit was the beginning of a change in her life and there she met a member of the Jewish staff for Jesus who would take care of Carolina in the near future. After a few meetings, Carolina came to believe and was baptized.

God’s ways are unique and they led Carolina to Germany to study and later to Berlin for an internship with Jews for Jesus in Berlin. Now she is taking the big step to work full-time for Jews for Jesus in Berlin.

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Dina Markova

Dina Markova

Outreach Worker

I was born in Odessa, Ukraine, in 1951, but for the first 17 years of my life I lived in Magadan with my mother. Then we returned to Odessa. I studied music, technology, and clothing design. When the doors of the Soviet Union began to open, I tried to emigrate to Israel, but could not do so because my mother would not give me a written permission for the embassy. So I went back to my study and to my work. I got married but ten years later my husband died. God however blessed me with a wonderful son during that period. I came to know the Lord when my son was very young. I’d been seeking God for some time when I read a tract of Jews for Jesus and gave them my contact information because I wanted to learn more. Soon after that, I took my little son to Kiev for a complicated heart surgery, and in the hospital, the mother of another little patient shared the Gospel with me. When I saw how God spared my son, I returned to Odessa with my heart open to the Lord. When shortly after that a Jews for Jesus missionary called to meet with me, I was fully ready for that and prayed to receive Y’shua in that meeting.

In 1993, I began to help Jews for Jesus as a volunteer. In 1995, I joined the ministry and continue to serve with Jews for Jesus now, after my move to Germany.

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Leonid Krouter

Leonid Krouter

Missionary

I am a Jew who believes in Jesus as the Messiah. I was born in Odessa, Ukraine and grew up there in a secular Jewish family. I had always been told that a Jew has to learn a lot. Because of this, I read a lot of books – just not the Bible. Because the Bible is not a book that is suitable for Jews. My parents did not obey the Jewish commandments. And my grandma usually only celebrated two Jewish festivals – Passover and Yom Kippur. When I once asked her why she did this and what the meaning of the holidays was, she replied that her grandpa always did it that way.

I first heard the gospel and believed in Yeshua in 1991. My family was strictly against it. However, after coming to faith, my life changed radically. In 1996 I became part of Jews for Jesus and then, in 1998, I moved to Kiev to open a branch of Jews for Jesus there.

In 2018 I did my doctorate at the Theological Seminary in Kiev, now I have a doctorate in theology. I write and teach about what it means to be Jewish and at the same time believe in Jesus. For me, both the spiritual aspect and the spread of the gospel are important.

I have now been working as a missionary with Jews for Jesus for 24 years. I firmly believe that God wants to bless the body of Christ in a special way through mission among Jews. I want to continue to preach the Good News to the Jewish people. I also want to show churches and congregations how important it is to bring the gospel to the Jews. But at the same time I want to convey the best way to do it.

I strive to orient my life accordingly and to inspire others to bring the gospel to Jews and non-Jews alike. I am currently living in Berlin with my wife Natascha and our three children to preach the Good News among Russian-speaking Jews.

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