June 2006 Newsletter (5766:10)

What You Get
June 1, 2006

It was after midnight on Saturday, but I didn’t feel tired. The conversation around the dinner table continued long past the meal but it was so engaging that I lost track of time. I was there at the invitation of Christian friends, supporters of Jews for Jesus who were hoping I would witness to an […]

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Some Changes

It’s always good to have extra prayer for staff and branch transitions and we’ve got a few coming up. Many of you know that this year’s Summer Witnessing campaign is expanded as the capstone of our Behold Your God outreach. We will have nine campaigns running simultaneously and the outreach will include all of the […]

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Pentecost: a Holiday for Jews and Christians

Find out how the Jewish holiday Shavuot (Pentecost) became known as the birthday of the church.

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Happy Father’s Day

Hats off to those of you who are dads seeking to raise your kids with an understanding of their heavenly Father. We hope that you enjoy your day!

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Special Note

If you loved the graphic on the cover of our April newsletter, great, so do we. BUT we cannot give anyone permission to use it. You see, our artist, David Yapp, inadvertently re-invented the logo for the American Messianic Fellowship International! Seriously, it is almost identical to their copyrighted symbol. Thanks to AMF for being […]

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Moishe’s Musings: The Missing Ingredient to Successful Evangelism
Author: Moishe Rosen

After Yeshua rose from the dead, He appeared to His disciples over a period of forty days to encourage and instruct them. On one occasion, He told them they must wait in Jerusalem for the gift of the promised Holy Spirit who would then empower them to go out and witness (Acts 1:4-8). One of […]

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Bits from the Branches

Boston Branch leader Garrett Smith reports, We often partner with local churches by giving presentations like Christ in the Passover, or Jewish evangelism seminars, or by taking youth groups with us to do street evangelism. But recently I had a unique opportunity to partner with a church in Newton, which is a very Jewish area. […]

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