May 2009 Newsletter (5769:9)

Meet the Olsons
April 1, 2009

Maybe you’ve never met anyone named Amer before. You wouldn’t be the only one. If you google the name, you’ll see that Amer is a variant of Amir (Arabic, Hebrew), meaning prince” or “treetop.” But Amer Olson, leader of our Chicago branch did not get his name from the Internet. Raised in a not-particularly-religious home…

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WANTED! Trained Volunteers to be Co-Laborers in Messiah!

Carolyne Rohrig is our Co-Laborer in Messiah Coordinator (CLIMCO) Are you passionate about Jewish people hearing the gospel?We have an opportunity for you! Learn to work with us as a Co-Laborer—a trained Jews for Jesus volunteer. We need friends like you to help us lift up the name of Jesus. Co-Laborers in Messiah (CLIMs) are…

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Moishe’s Musings
Author: Moishe Rosen

There’s an old saying I just made up: When you try to kill two birds with one stone, you might just make them both angry and drive them to flight.” Some people do try to “kill two birds with one stone.” They plan visits to out-of-town relatives or friends mainly when such opportunities coincide with…

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Bits from the Branches

Australia Back in July, 2005, we reported* that the window of our Sydney storefront was shattered in an act of vandalism. While this kind of attention is never welcome or sought, God can still use it to His glory. As a result of the vandalism, two newspaper articles and one national television spot made the…

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How “Christian” is Christian Zionism
March 20, 2009

Click here to download this article in pamphlet format for printing. The National Council of Churches describes Christian Zionism as “a danger to true peace in the Middle East.” Anglican Vicar Stephen Sizer, in his scorching and widely read book, Christian Zionism: Roadmap to Armageddon, attacks Christian Zionism as “racist” and “unbiblical.” We can shrug…

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