If you’re a believer in Jesus and want to know what Jews for Jesus is doing around the world, this is the publication for you. You’ll find things to pray for along with teaching articles connecting the Old and New Testaments. You’ll get to meet many of our staff and read about how they are connecting with Jewish people in Paris, New York, Moscow, and many other cities. And you’ll be encouraged to open up spiritual conversations with your own Jewish friends. Plus, each month find a devotional article by our executive director, David Brickner, to encourage you in your walk with the Lord.
From Israel: this salvation story will give you hope for your loved ones!
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.
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.
David Brickner invites you to celebrate the Jewish New Year as well as the new things God is doing in Jews for Jesus.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
Talk about answered prayer – the follow-up from our Russian-speaking team in Jerusalem has been amazingly fruitful! Check out this salvation story!
We are finding ways to integrate projects that we launched in Jerusalem into our ministry worldwide!
From Jerusalem: “Before me sat a woman broken not only by her physical limitations but by the burden of grief. ‘God understands and He is ready to forgive you,’ I explained.”
Ready to hear some stories from Jerusalem? These two salvation stories could not be more different, but they both show how God was setting up divine appointments.
We just celebrated a very special Shavuot—one unlike any in the history of Jews for Jesus! Find out what happened this past Shavuot and what made it historic for our ministry.
We are so grateful to report that our Behold Your God outreach in Jerusalem is now complete! It wasn’t easy keeping this under wraps, but finally we can tell you what’s been going on!
If you or someone you know is a Christian who celebrated “Pentecost Sunday” on May 20, then you (or they) celebrated an event rooted in ancient Jewish life – and that’s a good thing!