August 2005 Newsletter (5765:12)

An Open Letter to the Family of Jewish Believers in Jesus, Part III
August 1, 2005

This is the final installment of a three-part series based on challenges the book of Hebrews made to Jewish believers of the first century. Of all the challenges, I hope these last three will resonate with you the most, whatever your background. They are: Resist the Lure of Assimilation, Proclaim the Gospel, Proclaim the Return […]

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Notices

Bus Driver Wanted We are looking for a bus driver/sound person for The Liberated Wailing Wall, our mobile, evangelistic music team. The 18-month term of service is October 2005-March 2007, with full salary and benefits. We need someone with: a vital relationship with the Lord and a servant’s heart the ability to learn quickly, be […]

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The BYG* Pic

*Behold Your God is our plan to reach all cities outside of Israel where there are Jewish populations of 25,000 or more. August is the month of the three B’s”: Berlin, Budapest and Baltimore. Last month we wrote a bit about the upcoming Berlin campaign. To fire your imagination and prayers a bit more: in […]

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Jesus and the Shoah
Author: Avi Snyder

There has been quite a bit in the media about the Shoah (also spelled Shoa) or Holocaust in the past several months. January was the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. In May, there were many news stories and programs commemorating the end of the Second World War. If there is one thing that […]

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Dominoes

Last spring I met the man who led my father to the Lord. My father lost both his parents in Auschwitz, but became a believer in Jesus through the witness of Andrew Forbat, a Jewish believer from Hungary. A few years ago, when Jews for Jesus published my father’s story, Andrew, who has spent the […]

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You’re in the Army Now!
Author: Zola Levitt

After more than 80 tours of the Holy Land over some 30 years, we decided to vary our usual bill of fare over there. We gave our people the opportunity to understand how things go on an average day at an army base. World publicity has promoted a great deal of misunderstanding concerning the IDF, […]

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Myths That Can Keep You from Witnessing
Author: Moishe Rosen

You love the Lord. You know from Scripture that God wants you to tell everyone you can about salvation in Jesus, and that includes Jewish people. Yet you approach witnessing with at least some degree of fear and doubtfulness. You feel vulnerable and somewhat uncertain. You fear creating an unpleasant situation—that your Jewish friends will […]

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Bits from the Branches

New York Susan Mendelson reports, A young Jewish woman named Sarah phoned and said she was Orthodox and interested in Jesus but afraid to give me her last name or phone number. She didn’t have much time to talk and was afraid to be seen meeting with me. I gave her my cell phone number […]

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