June 2007 Newsletter (5767:10)

BIBLE STUDY TIPS
June 1, 2007

You don’t have to be a Jews for Jesus volunteer to offer one-on-one Bible studies to an unbelieving friend. Here are some guidelines that can help you as you study with someone who is spiritually seeking. If possible, meet in your home. You have several resources close at hand in your own home (such as […]

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Moishe’s Musings
Author: Moishe Rosen

Question: A Jewish friend who was explaining how Judaism differs from Christianity told me: “Why buy retail when you can buy wholesale at the factory?” She was basically saying that she had no need for a “middleman,” that Jewish people go directly to God and do not need Jesus. Answer: Your Jewish friend holds to […]

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Bits from the Branches

Moscow Mira Gracheva reports, “Valentina Alexeyeva volunteered with us for many years and participated in the Moscow and St. Petersburg Campaigns. She has been ill lately and has not volunteered with us for a year. She recently called me and we went together on a sortie at Red Square. She was upset when she returned […]

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Yours, Mine and Ours

One morning over coffee, my pastor suggested that I reconsider a particular phrase that I often use in writing and speaking: “my Jewish people.” He was concerned that this phrase produced an unnecessary feeling of separation. This surprised me, but as we talked, he helped me to recognize a few things about myself, and encouraged […]

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Letters to the Editor?

The Jews for Jesus Newsletter does not have a column for “Letters to the editor,” BUT if you have Internet access you can post your opinion on any article that appears in our newsletter via the web. Simply go to: http://www.jewsforjesus.org/ Select “publications” (the second to last category on the horizontal bar). Choose “Newsletter” from […]

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Praise God for Faithful Volunteers
Author: Cyril Gordon

I arrived in Los Angeles in 2000 to serve as a full-time missionary with Jews for Jesus and one of the first things I realized was that we missionaries are few in number. That meant that in order to make the Messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue for our Jewish people, we were going to […]

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Meet our CLIMCO

Greetings! My name is Carolyne Rohrig and I am the Co-Laborer in Messiah Coordinator (CLIMCO) for Jews for Jesus. Co-Laborers in Messiah are specially trained Jewish or Gentile volunteers who represent Jews for Jesus in their communities. Moishe Rosen came up with the idea 30 years ago, and since then these wonderful volunteers have made […]

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