All those who are dedicated to the cause of Jewish Evangelism will mourn the loss of Daniel Fuchs, who went home to his heavenly reward on May 24, 1988.
Prior to his retirement, Dr. Fuchs was head of the American Board of Missions to the Jews for many years. He was a tireless worker, and spiritual father to many. He leaves behind as a living memorial many who came to know their Messiah through his teaching, influence and effort.
By nature, Daniel Fuchs was a quiet, retiring man, but when the occasion called for it, he was bold and commanding. He was a friend, mentor, instructor and leader to Moishe Rosen, Executive Director of Jews for Jesus. Without Dr. Fuchs’ encouragement, some of the more innovative forms of communication used by Jews for Jesus would not have come into being.
One of Dr. Fuchs’ chief contributions to the field of Jewish Evangelism was that as a mission leader he elevated the lifestyle of mission workers from shabby impoverishment to one of dignity and modest good taste.
The Jews for Jesus ministry offers heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Daniel Fuchs. He was a great warrior for the King and his Kingdom, and he surely will be missed.