There is much to tell, and we wish we could tell it personally to each one who would listen! We do our best to keep our contact personal through visits and phone calls. But since we can’t be everywhere, we have publications to take the Good News further than we can carry it in person.
Select a publication from the list on the right, then select a news article to read.
Did you see the evangelistic postcard we’ll be handing out during the 2017 presidential inauguration? We mentioned it in last month’s RealTime but, as you can see below, we’ve now got a second postcard for the occasion. Whether people see the shifting political landscape as a change for the better or for the worse, we […]
The Lewins weren’t pleased that the baggage handlers destroyed their property until this happened.
Our team of Russian-speakers in Israel is asking for your prayers…
What are the chances that, of all the people at a crowded Moscow subway station, our evangelist would stop this particular man as he was passing by?
Following the surrender of Nazi Germany, a parade of SS officers testified before an international tribunal and described the details of their systematic plan to eradicate European Jewry. No story was more astonishing than the candid testimony of Rudolph Hoess, the commander of Auschwitz. He provided an international assembly of judges, reporters and witnesses the chilling details of how two million Jews had been murdered under his watchful eye.
Sharing the gospel takes teamwork because God isn’t only saving individuals—He’s growing His family. See how it worked in Cape Town.
Humanity has brought sin into the world, resulting in estrangement from God, our own selves, one another and nature. We are no longer who God intended us to be—whether we identify as male, female, or one of Facebook’s 58 genders.
Sexuality is a core aspect of our identity and a part of the basis upon which we interact with others and even God Himself.
A Jewish believer in Jesus pens a heartfelt letter to his sister, who is a lesbian.
So many rumors are flying about the upcoming inauguration of the 45th President of the United States of America that it’s hard to know exactly what January 20 will bring. But there’s one thing we do know.
Find out about Lifesavers in South Africa (and we don’t mean the hard candy)!
Thousands of Israelis are expected to encounter the Gospel of Matthew through our “Multitudes” paintings in Jerusalem this Christmas. Please take a moment to read and pray over this amazing opportunity.
From Holocaust survivors to young professionals, so many people in Sydney wanted to hear the gospel. Here are some of their stories.
Quick, when I say “Hanukkah,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? I admit that I thought of latkes before anything else. I light a menorah each year, but it’s an electric one (a safety matter, plus I got a really nice one at Bed Bath & Beyond), so there’s no scent of burning […]
Jews might be surprised to learn about some Hanukkah and Christmas customs that take place in countries other than their own. For example: In nineteenth-century Alsace (a region of France), two-tiered menorahs holding sixteen candles were used: one tier for the father, the other for his son. In Morocco, Algeria, and sometimes India, menorahs used […]
I don’t like to brag, but I did win first place for this recipe at a Hanukkah party held by the Chicagoland-area Messianic community. What won the judges over? “We loved the onions,” they said. Latkes are traditionally eaten with homemade applesauce or sour cream, but some prefer their latkes with ketchup. 4 large potatoes, scrubbed […]
As we start the year with fresh hope, it seems like the odds are stacked against us. According to a recent U.S. News & World Report study, eighty percent of New Year’s resolutions are bound to fail. Even in light of that number, I’m not a cynic—I’m an optimist. But my hope is grounded in […]
See the video update, then read about a Jewish man who was just waiting to be saved in Sydney!
How are we reaching the 20% of Israelis who were born in the former Soviet Union?