July 1989 Newsletter (5749:9)

Why I Believe in Broadsiding
July 1, 1989

Lately I have heard some talk from fellow Christians that troubles me. I have heard disparaging comments about the effectiveness of handing out gospel tracts, or as we in Jews for Jesus call it, broadsiding. I cannot claim special knowledge about what is behind this talk, but I have a few ideas. Sometimes there maybe […]

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A Reminder About Our Autumn ’89 Israel Trip!

We have an excellent tour arranged at a great price of $1,499 U.S. The dates are November 5-14, with an optional trip to Egypt that would cost an additional $578 to $748 U.S. and bring you back on November 17. For more information, write to: Rev. Lon Solomon c/o McLean Bible Church 850 Balls Hill […]

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Hospital Miracle
Author: Ceil Rosen

We first met Ann in Los Angeles in 1960. Over the years we befriended her and several members of her family, most of whom were Jewish believers in Yeshua, and Moishe ministered to them. Ann’s first husband Sid died, and later she remarried. Her second husband Jack, though always respectful about the faith, was himself […]

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Ears to Hear
Author: Lori Baron

He that hath an ear, let him hear.” These words were spoken by Yeshua three times in the Gospel of Matthew and seven times in the book of Revelation. In Matthew 13:11-17 Jesus explained to his disciples that he taught in parables so that those with open hearts directed toward God would find truth and […]

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Liberty and Law
Author: Moishe Rosen

Our calendar tells us that this is the season to celebrate Independence Day. Even if we are not history buffs, many of us remember the Preamble to the Constitution, or at least the words life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Our founding fathers purposed to establish or maintain a certain order and condition of […]

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Gutless Godliness Must Go
Author: Moishe Rosen

Though I enjoy different places, I hate to travel; but there I was, traveling again. Waiting in the airport lounge, I reviewed a copy of our Jews for Jesus Newsletter. As I read, I sensed someone standing behind me, reading over my shoulder. I was right. The man approached me. He smiled and said in […]

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Borscht and Believing

I’m sure most people have heard of the Corn Belt, the Wheat Belt and the Bible Belt, but I wonder how many have ever heard of the Borscht Belt. For the uninitiated,” borscht is a sweet and sour beet soup favored by many Jewish people, especially those of Eastern European heritage. The Borscht Belt is […]

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Of Borscht, Beets and Blueberries
Author: Ceil Rosen

If you like soup and enjoy sweet and sour, you’ll probably like borscht. You don’t have to be Jewish (or Russian) to like it, any more than you have to be Jewish to love Jesus. Come to think of it, some Jewish people don’t like borscht. One is my Jewish daughter Lyn. She doesn’t like […]

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We’re Glad You Asked…

QUESTION: Why does Jews for Jesus still refer to non-Jewish believers as Gentiles? Does not the term Gentile” come from the word “Goyim,” meaning “pagan?” How could a believer, regardless of his or her background, be a pagan? Are not all believers of non-Jewish origin grafted into the family tree of Abraham? Are they not […]

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