January 2006 Newsletter (5766:5)

Bits from the Branches
January 1, 2006

Toronto Marcello Araujo reports, It was the New York City Summer Witnessing Campaign of 1993, and as I was handing out gospel tracts a Jewish man walked by and said loudly, ‘Traitor!’ As he continued walking, I replied, ‘Coward.’ Five minutes later the young man came back and asked, ‘What would happen if I decked […]

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How Many Chances?

Here is a question for the New Year and for the ages: How quickly does God’s patience run out? If you are like me, you may tend to measure God’s patience according to your own. I am often dissatisfied with my own progress toward godliness. I feel I am merely stumbling toward sanctification. My own […]

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Happy New Year from Jews for Jesus!

As 2006 begins, we remind ourselves that God has given us a new song, new mercies, a new covenant, a new heart and a new name. Thank you for standing with us as we work to tell others of the newness that awaits them in Yeshua.

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Meet the New Liberated Wailing Wall

Imagine that you are going on a trip for a year and a half. All you can take with you is one suitcase and one carry-on bag. You will be living with seven other people—on a bus! Not only that, but the bus has Jews for Jesus” emblazoned in huge letters, so you are actually […]

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Real Friendship Evangelism is Risky but Rewarding
Author: Ruth Rosen

Have you ever heard people playing different methods of evangelism off each other—elevating one way of proclaiming the gospel and dismissing others? God uses many ways to reach many people, and quite often He uses a series of persons, each with their own means of evangelism, to bring people to saving faith. I don’t think […]

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