We offer several different publications that enable you to connect you with us, no matter who you are. We have ISSUES (a Messianic perspective on Jewish community topics), the Jews for Jesus Newsletter and RealTime (our way of keeping believers in Jesus spiritually uplifted and connected to our ministry work), and Havurah (a Messianic perspective on Messianic Jewish community topics), and regular blog pieces, too.
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What is interfaith? Does it describe Messianic Jewish life at all? Is an intermarried family automatically an interfaith family? Read about one mother’s experience, and her research and conclusions here.
Find out why this Israeli changed his mind about Jews for Jesus—and pray that he’ll change his mind about Jesus, too!
By my third year of grad school, my life, externally, was great. I had friends and a boyfriend who made a lot of money. I was in great shape, competing in a triathlon. But inside I was miserable. I found myself questioning everything: If life has no meaning, what does it matter if I live another day? And what happens after I die?
Can Jewish people read the New Testament? Discover why the New Testament draws from Hebrew Scripture, the Jewish Bible. Read about why a rabbi who considered the New Testament to be anti-Semitic changed his mind.
Is there a difference between a cult and a religious sect of Christianity, for example? Where do Messianic Judaism and Jews for Jesus fit in? Read on here.
Can I be a Jewish Christian? What makes someone Jewish? What’s the difference between a Christian and a Gentile and a Jew for Jesus? All these answers and more, right here!
An Israeli who saw us years ago in America has now met us in Germany…and he’s ready to talk about Yeshua (Jesus).
I grabbed the New Testament from where I had hid it in the cupboard and opened it. It happened to open to the Gospel of Matthew, chapter one. I was completely overwhelmed when I read the very first sentence: “This is the genealogy of Jesus the Messiah the son of David, the son of Abraham.”
YOM HASHOAH (Holocaust Remembrance Day) falls on Friday, May 2 this year. The horrors of the Holocaust are so severe and deeply disturbing that with each passing year it becomes more difficult for those who were not directly affected to believe that such things could possibly have occurred. It is important that future generations understand…
We love telling you how God answered your prayers, especially when it’s a salvation story like this one!
While the existence of God is accepted by faith, this faith is based on dependable information. It’s not a leap into an abyss.
Here is an in-depth overview of the similarities, differences, and changes over time between the three primary branches of Judaism: Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform.
Find out why a Jewish man put his faith in Yeshua (Jesus), despite his concern that his Orthodox friends and family might shun him. May God give us all the grace to be so courageous!
You probably know that November 28 is Thanksgiving … but did you know it is also the first day (and second night) of Hanukkah? These two holidays coincided only once before (125 years ago). And they will not do so again until the year 79,811 but I think the Messiah will return well before then!…
Sometimes technology is a pain, but wow! It really can open doors, help people to get in contact with one another, and yes, it can even help them connect with God! Here’s how.
Our Moscow branch leader says it’s a miracle that no one interfered with our outreach right near the Kremlin. Find out more about how God is on the move in Moscow!
Igor Barbanel directs our work throughout the CIS. He is based in Odessa, where he is very much involved in the day-to-day work of telling people about Yeshua (Jesus)…
Many Israelis are curious about Christmas so our Tel Aviv branch hosted a Christmas event for the neighborhood—here’s what happened.
How and why has Jews for Jesus changed the wording of our mission statement?