April 2011 Newsletter (5771:8)

Jews for Jesus in the United Kingdom
April 1, 2011

The United Kingdom is home to the second largest Jewish population in Europe, and has the fifth largest Jewish community worldwide. Over two-thirds of British Jews live in London where there are numerous pockets of Jewish communities, each with its own characteristics. Jewish people originally settled in east London, and many still reside there. Others, […]

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Jews for Jesus CLIMS

Our Co-Laborers in Messiah (CLIMs) are an amazing group of trained volunteers under the leadership of Carolyne Rohrig, our CLIM Coordinator. The CLIM program is for people who want to help reach Jewish people for Jesus, be they around the neighborhood or around the world. It’s an opportunity for college-age students, empty nesters, retired folks—people […]

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Bits from the Branches

Los Angeles Tuvya Zaretsky reports, Two years ago we published an article in our newsletter titled “Never Too Old” about a Jewish man named Chuck. Cyril Gordon and I had ministered to Chuck and he repented and came to faith in Messiah in August 2008. I visited him last year, just before Christmas at the […]

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Mysterious Passover Symbols
April 1, 2010

Passover is a beautiful, often mysterious, celebration. More than any other festival it has been at the heart of the universal Jewish experience, helping to form the core of spiritual identity and pointing inexorably toward the hope of Israel’s salvation. Two especially mysterious items on the Passover table were not part of the original celebration; […]

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