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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.
God is never mentioned in Esther, yet His fingerprints are all over the pages of this beloved book. In the same way, did we fail to recognize God among us when Yeshua (Jesus) walked the earth some 2,000 years ago? Did he, like Esther, come “for such a time as this?”
We don’t always recognize the significance of events as they happen in our lives until we look back and see how everything fits together.
The missionary asked my great-great-grandfather, Hakim, “Did you know that the Messiah you are expecting has already arrived?” and told him that Jesus was the Messiah. Hakim was so upset that he slapped the missionary in the face and threw him out of the synagogue. But that wasn’t the end of the story…
Read about the outreach we did in partnership with another Jewish missions organization. 350 Israelis asked for more info!
Sometimes you just have to make time for a golden opportunity…and Susan did!
You may never meet a Jewish person as fervently religious as this man, and some of his views may surprise you.
How and why has Jews for Jesus changed the wording of our mission statement?
Will God fulfill his promise of sustaining the Jewish people? Several Jewish authors express concern about our survival.
December poses a dilemma for many Jewish-Gentile couples as cross-cultural challenges surface, but there is help and hope for understanding and respecting each other’s traditions.