July 2007 Newsletter (5767:11)

Where Is the Power?
June 26, 2007

Every July the press in New York City reports, “The Jews for Jesus are back in town.” Eleven years ago I was offended by the report. I had just been elected executive director of Jews for Jesus, but had not yet left my post as leader of our flagship branch...

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Prayer Prompters

Please pray for: our month-long...

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Jews for Jesus in Kharov

With a population of 1.5 million people, Kharkov is the second largest city in Ukraine. The Jewish population there numbers about 40,000, the majority of whom are atheists, including many intelligentsia and also many elderly and needy people. Jewish people in Kharkov...

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Small branch, small groups, steady harvest
Author: Elvira Meyer

We have been seeing God at work through small group meetings. At one meeting, we talked about God’s mercy and how the sacrifice of Christ reconciles us with the Father. Someone gave a story and we discussed what it means to receive Christ. Suddenly a Jewish...

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The Story of the Proposal Statement

The Jews for Jesus Proposal Statement Can I ask you something? (wait for response) Who do you think Jesus is? (wait for response) That’s true, Jesus was a (good man, prophet, etc.), but He was much more than that. The Bible says that He is the Son of God. He...

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Bits from the Branches

Israel Yoel Ben David reports, “God brought an Orthodox man to our door asking for food for his family. I invited him in and as I looked for a few cans of food to give him, I mentioned that we were believers in the Brit Hadashah (New Covenant). He then asked if I...

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