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The thing about Jesus is, He makes impossible things possible. Read and be encouraged!
It’s one of the most difficult but rewarding places to minister in Southern California, and Jews for Jesus is there every year.
Jews for Jesus worked with the Barna Group on a groundbreaking survey to learn what Jewish Millennials have to say about their spiritual identity. Their answers are shocking—in a good way! And helpful for having meaningful conversations about Jesus…
This year, 63 people attended our Rosh Hashanah dinner in India and twenty in Peru. All got to hear a gospel presentation.
Find out how a new presentation of Jews and Arabs finding peace through Jesus was received during our Budapest campaign!
We’re excited to tell you stories of people we’re meeting on this year’s Budapest outreach!
God has a way of connecting our stories like links in a beautiful chain. Thanks for helping us be part of these two intersecting stories…
What will people say about you when you are gone? Will they reflect that your life brought glory to God and great good to other people? That is certainly how we feel about this brother.
Jewish people were meant to bring the good news of Jesus to people of all nations—and that’s just what happened in Berlin!
Israeli “Guns N’ Roses” fans get to hear about the gospel of peace when Moody Students team up with local Jews for Jews for Jesus in Tel Aviv.
From street corners to beaches to malls, people all over Toronto heard about Jesus. Here are some of their stories.
Massah means “journey,” and it’s not only a physical journey, but a spiritual one for teams of young Jewish adults who believe in Jesus. Find out how God is blessing this short-term outreach to Israel and India!
From Kiev: God can bring inner peace in the midst of conflict. Read about one man who got an answer to the question he’d been asking ever since he miraculously survived a bombing.
Find out how people in the Aravah region of Israel responded to our most recent Behold Your God campaign.
During our series of Passover celebrations in Odessa, 25 Jewish people and sixteen Gentiles prayed to begin a new life with God based on what Jesus did for us through His death and resurrection.
“Doing things Jesus’ way” includes being part of our local communities. In Tel Aviv, our Moishe Rosen Center gives us many opportunities to share what we have with our neighbors, and in so doing, to honor our Messiah.
Jews for Jesus has always been up front about taking our message out to the streets. But some of the most rewarding parts of what we do are behind the scenes. For example, we reach out to Jewish people referred to us by their Christian friends. We usually send a letter and follow up with […]
When you have the peace and purpose that only reconciliation with God can bring, you want to share it, right? But it’s not always easy to talk about something as personal and important as your faith—especially with people who are likely to dismiss it as “fine for you… but not for me.” If you wish […]
People tell us they collect our gospel tracts, but to sell on eBay? And just look what it was marked down from!
Satanist gives surprising reason for not believing in Jesus.
Our team in Chicago wasn’t prepared for how quickly their message of hope would catch on at the Women’s March.
Find out how Christmas cookies led to conversations about Christ.
Mikhail Vayshengolts reports from Tel Aviv, “The small church I attend asked me to speak at our evangelistic Christmas service for Russian-speakers. My topic was ‘Christmas is a Jewish holiday.’ At the end of the service three people prayed the Sinner’s Prayer. “The first was Maya, who, a few days earlier, had been to our […]
Did you see the evangelistic postcard we’ll be handing out during the 2017 presidential inauguration? We mentioned it in last month’s RealTime but, as you can see below, we’ve now got a second postcard for the occasion. Whether people see the shifting political landscape as a change for the better or for the worse, we […]
The Lewins weren’t pleased that the baggage handlers destroyed their property until this happened.