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Pain can make you bitter or it can lead you to search for something better.
Find out how David Brickner’s father instilled in his children a sense of anticipation and wonder at Christmas.
The New York Fall Outreach team had a great time talking with Jewish college students!
Following Yeshua will mean going against the flow of the values and priorities of the world. It may cost us relationships with family and friends, our reputations and opportunities. We might encounter suffering, heartache and rejection. But God will never desert us.
I take comfort in Jesus’ words: “Truly, I say to you, there is no one who has left house or wife or brothers or parents or children, for the sake of the kingdom of God, who will not receive many times more in this time, and in the age to come eternal life” (Luke 18:29–30).
Although my faith made for some uncomfortable times with my parents, it also led to some thoughtful and fruitful discussions. And, much to their credit, they never allowed it to rupture our relationship.
The thing about Jesus is, He makes impossible things possible. Read and be encouraged!
It’s one of the most difficult but rewarding places to minister in Southern California, and Jews for Jesus is there every year.
When God works in and through us by the power of His Holy Spirit, the result is supernatural and eternal fruit! What does that mean for you?
As Messianic Jews, should we identify our families “interfaith”?
Jews for Jesus worked with the Barna Group on a groundbreaking survey to learn what Jewish Millennials have to say about their spiritual identity. Their answers are shocking—in a good way! And helpful for having meaningful conversations about Jesus…
This year, 63 people attended our Rosh Hashanah dinner in India and twenty in Peru. All got to hear a gospel presentation.
Do you have a wrong impression of God, sin and repentance? Increase your understanding and receive the blessings God has for those who embrace repentance as a lifestyle.
Find out how a new presentation of Jews and Arabs finding peace through Jesus was received during our Budapest campaign!
Occult forces? Evil entities? Isn’t that just medieval superstitious mishegoss? No, unfortunately, it’s not. Satan is real and out to destroy God’s greatest creation, humankind. His favorite target? Our Jewish people.
Looking back, I realize that probably 75 percent of the people in that occult encounter group were Jewish. Just as I believe there is a God, I believe that Satan is real and seeks to destroy the Jewish people.
“Why didn’t God just kill me if He hated me so much? Why did He let this happen to me?” young Gregory silently screamed. How Greg came to believe in a God who loves him is at the heart of his autobiography.
But as the months progressed, so did Shifra’s frantic behavior. She would only wear clothing that was blue, said to be an unpleasant color to demons. Noise was also a good safeguard. So bells and clappers sounded incessantly in the home.
The Hebrew Scriptures specifically warn us against dabbling in the occult: “There shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter as an offering, anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes or interprets omens, or a sorcerer or a charmer or a medium or a necromancer [practitioner of the dark arts] or one who inquires of the dead, for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord.” Deuteronomy 18:10-12
We’re excited to tell you stories of people we’re meeting on this year’s Budapest outreach!
God has a way of connecting our stories like links in a beautiful chain. Thanks for helping us be part of these two intersecting stories…
What is peace, where does it come from and how do we get it?
What will people say about you when you are gone? Will they reflect that your life brought glory to God and great good to other people? That is certainly how we feel about this brother.
Jewish people were meant to bring the good news of Jesus to people of all nations—and that’s just what happened in Berlin!