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Find out what happens when a group of Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus) meet up with Israelis in India!
Discover what can happen when Jews for Jesus brings Messianic Jews from phase one of Massah (in Israel) to phase two (in India).
It often takes time and teamwork for a Jewish person to become open-minded about Jesus – and then one day it happens! Kind of like this…
Shabbat shalom means “Sabbath peace.” Here is how our San Francisco branch is inviting people to find that peace and rest in Yeshua (Jesus).
Jews for Jesus Behold Your God Jerusalem outreach offered lectures on Marc Chagall and connected with many people, including these two Holocaust survivors.
Jews for Jesus had a month-long outreach in Jerusalem that included engaging people in gospel conversations in unusual ways, including touring a cemetery!
In Israel: the Jews for Jesus Massah program is connecting young adults with their Jewish heritage while helping them go deeper into their faith in Jesus. And they are sharing that faith boldly!
While we explore new and effective ways to reach people with the good news, we know that often the Holy Spirit still uses the tried-and-true methods. Take this story about our bold Jews for Jesus T-shirts, for example.
Talk about answered prayer – the follow-up from our Russian-speaking team in Jerusalem has been amazingly fruitful! Check out this salvation story!
From Jerusalem: “Before me sat a woman broken not only by her physical limitations but by the burden of grief. ‘God understands and He is ready to forgive you,’ I explained.”
Ready to hear some stories from Jerusalem? These two salvation stories could not be more different, but they both show how God was setting up divine appointments.
We are so grateful to report that our Behold Your God outreach in Jerusalem is now complete! It wasn’t easy keeping this under wraps, but finally we can tell you what’s been going on!
If you or someone you know is a Christian who celebrated “Pentecost Sunday” on May 20, then you (or they) celebrated an event rooted in ancient Jewish life – and that’s a good thing!
Sometimes sharing our faith begins with giving people a comfortable way to approach us, and responding graciously to what may seem like a negative statement. For example . . .
Surprise! We are making the art from one of our favorite postcards available to you for free!
For us, the story of the 101-year-old Jewish woman who received Jesus in March has come to an end. For her, the best part has only just begun!
How music led this Jewish woman to Jesus We were amazed and ecstatic when Rahel Landrum (from our branch in Sydney, Australia) told us this story: “Hannah* was born in Calcutta, India, to a traditional Jewish family. Her father, a businessman, wanted her to receive...
We are always hoping and praying to have meaningful spiritual conversations with Jewish people wherever we go, and this story tells of one of the more unusual answers to that prayer.
Passover is the story of redemption. What better place to present Christ in the Passover than to inmates in a high-security prison?
Find out why this Israeli changed his mind about Jews for Jesus—and pray that he’ll change his mind about Jesus, too!
An Israeli who saw us years ago in America has now met us in Germany…and he’s ready to talk about Yeshua (Jesus).
We love telling you how God answered your prayers, especially when it’s a salvation story like this one!
Art opens hearts in Israel Did you know that our Jews for Jesus Israel team is made up of several smaller teams? Valeriy Bolotov’s team reaches out to Russian-speaking Jews, including many new citizens who, like the team itself, have come from Russia and Ukraine. As...
Find out why a Jewish man put his faith in Yeshua (Jesus), despite his concern that his Orthodox friends and family might shun him. May God give us all the grace to be so courageous!