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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Here’s how the Jews for Jesus in Moscow brought in the New Year.
Jews for Jesus executive director offers some surprising thoughts about gratitude just in time for Thanksgiving.
Jews for Jesus celebrated the Jewish New Year a little differently in San Francisco and here’s what happened.
Scholars and theologians debate the particular kind of Judaism Jesus represented, but it was Judaism nonetheless. There was, as yet, nothing called “Christianity.”
Here’s how Jewish people in Long Island are hearing about Jesus, and how some are responding!
A conversation about a dog turned into what might be a life-changing conversation about God and the Bible.
I had a semblance of Jewish education and a strong sense of Jewish identity. But since my home was a home without God – and since the Christians and the Jews I knew did not seem to truly believe – I assumed that God must be present elsewhere.
David Brickner invites you to celebrate the Jewish New Year as well as the new things God is doing in Jews for Jesus.
What is that very elusive quality we call shalom? For it means different things to different people. The ancient Hebrew concept of peace, is rooted in the word “shalom,” meant wholeness, completeness, soundness, health, safety and prosperity, carrying with it the implication of permanence.
The Lord wowed us in Jerusalem by creating divine appointments, protecting us, binding us together in unity, and bringing many to faith in Jesus!
Find out what one the Jewish mother of a 15-year-old girl said when her daughter wanted to study the Bible with a Jew for Jesus.
Explain yourself! How should we talk about our faith as Messianic Jews? “What’s your religious background?” We’ve all been there – the awkward dinner party you are obliged to attend where you get drilled by a friendly guest. Or perhaps it’s in the middle seat, stuck...
As much as people may care what others would think if they were to believe in Jesus, we owe it to them to point out this truth.
I know that I am still Jewish. I don’t use the word “converted” because it implies that I’ve left something behind. I do not feel I have left anything.
Find out what happens when a group of Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus) meet up with Israelis in India!
Discover what can happen when Jews for Jesus brings Messianic Jews from phase one of Massah (in Israel) to phase two (in India).
It often takes time and teamwork for a Jewish person to become open-minded about Jesus – and then one day it happens! Kind of like this…
Thanks to God and those who pray and support us, Jews for Jesus has grown. That growth has opened up new leadership needs and opportunities, and we are eager to introduce you to the leaders who are taking on new roles in our ministry!
Yes, Jesus – Yeshua – was a rabbi, a teacher of Judaism in the first century A.D. But was he more than a rabbi?
Like other rabbis, Jesus taught the importance of Jewish core values. One such value is kibud av va’em, honor of parents.
Shabbat shalom means “Sabbath peace.” Here is how our San Francisco branch is inviting people to find that peace and rest in Yeshua (Jesus).
Jews for Jesus Behold Your God Jerusalem outreach offered lectures on Marc Chagall and connected with many people, including these two Holocaust survivors.
Jews for Jesus had a month-long outreach in Jerusalem that included engaging people in gospel conversations in unusual ways, including touring a cemetery!
In Israel: the Jews for Jesus Massah program is connecting young adults with their Jewish heritage while helping them go deeper into their faith in Jesus. And they are sharing that faith boldly!
I am as guilty as the next guy in labeling things “hell” too glibly. By contrast, there are some truly horrendous experiences that you or those close to you may have had to endure, for which hell may be an apt metaphor.
While we explore new and effective ways to reach people with the good news, we know that often the Holy Spirit still uses the tried-and-true methods. Take this story about our bold Jews for Jesus T-shirts, for example.