I woke up on January 1st to an unusually large number of text messages, the cleverest being, “Welcome to the roaring ’20s!” But three Jewish people had just been shot and killed less than 30 minutes from my house. Five more had been stabbed an hour away at a Hanukkah party. The progressive and prosperous era of the 1920s had never felt so far away.
Find out how an adorable furry friend helped this Jewish woman find her Messiah.
When it comes to love, Yeshua (Jesus) points out what cards, candy, flowers or special dinners won’t.
Our Berlin branch shares the gospel with diverse Jewish people in Berlin, including this formerly ultra-Orthodox man.
He meant to say thank you in German but it came out in Hebrew—and that was no mistake!
Here’s how your partnership helps create a warm, welcoming, and very Jewish way to explore the message of Jesus.
Today’s political climate is not conducive to spiritual health, so we need to focus on this promise.
Please pray for Jews for Jesus as we look to accomplish these three gospel outreach initiatives in 2020.
He didn’t seem interested in the gospel but then this happened.
Ministry to couples is one of the most rewarding parts of what we do. Here’s why.
Did You Know? Christmas Facts These four fast facts about Christmas are bound to make you “that guy” at your next dinner party. You’re welcome. When Santa Claus began coming down peoples’ chimneys The character of Santa Claus is actually based on a bishop named...
When Jesus Was Actually Born Christmas is the worst. And not in a “Bah! Humbug!” way. Why? Because the most anticipated event in Jewish history – the coming of the Messiah – has been hijacked and distorted beyond recognition. I’m Jewish and I follow Yeshua (Jesus),...
“When the 2013 Pew survey revealed that 4 percent of American Orthodox Jews reported having a Christmas tree, I was shocked! What’s more, the study indicated that one-third of all American Jews claim to have a Christmas tree, as well. I began to wonder if the Jewish relationship with Christmas was more complicated than I had realized.”
You know God is at work when a mainstream synagogue invites a team of Jews for Jesus to come help lead their high holiday services!
Take an inside look at God’s power to save Jewish people in Russia!
Christians can learn a lot from the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, particularly when it comes to the value of resisting mainstream culture.
Your partnership helps us connect personally with Jewish people who are looking for answers on the internet.
Adapt these suggestions to help all kinds of visitors feel more comfortable in your congregation.
Find out why the spirit of Thanksgiving is so important to the health and well-being of the church.
Asaf, a 33-year-old drug addict had no interest in Jesus when we met him during a street outreach in Israel. But that didn’t stop God from saving him.
As you partner with Jews for Jesus, you make it possible for us to help the homeless, as well as help us inspire others to care for them—while observing what it means to follow Jesus in the process!
How to Celebrate the Holidays in an Interfaith Home Preparing for and rearing children is a difficult feat, but it can prove to be even more challenging for an interfaith household. Each parent may have unique hopes, dreams, and expectations for the lives they lead,...
You won’t believe the questions this 7-year-old Israeli was asking.
More and more Jewish people are exploring the claims of Jesus online.