RealTime August 2013

A Note From David Brickner

We are changing our format! In coming months we’ll have a new, improved website for our newsletter and RealTime combined!

(Meanwhile, if you haven’t yet seen it, check out David’s thoughts on integrity in his article “The Company You Keep” from our August Newsletter.)

Jews For Jesus News

Please pray for our Budapest and Montreal campaigns (starting August 15 and 31 respectively) and thank you for praying for our other summer outreaches! Here are reports on our NYC Summer Witnessing Campaign, Massah, Camp Gilgal and our Berlin campaign.

New York City Summer Witnessing Campaign
August 13, 2013

To sum it up, our month-long summer witnessing campaign in New York City ended as the last of 281,151 pieces of gospel literature were handed out. One hundred seven Jewish seekers gave us their information to hear more about Jesus, and one of them prayed with us to...

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Berlin Campaign

Our Berlin campaign ran from July 25–August 10 and the team is praising God for answered prayer! They handed out 139,190 pieces of gospel literature and received the contact information of 511 seekers, of whom 88 were Jewish. Also, 23 people prayed to receive Jesus,...

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Camp Gilgal

  Kathy Nichols reports: “Camp Gilgal is a big part of Jews for Jesus’ ministry to young people. This year is our 23rd summer! We are humbled by how faithfully God has met us. “This year’s Bible lessons for junior camp (ages 8-12) were based on...

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Massah India

Last month we told you about the team’s time in Israel … now you can read about their adventures in India! Week One ELI AND SHOSHANA BIRNBAUM Eli Birnbaum reports: “As always, the travel to India takes two to three days. We arrived in Delhi early...

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As the new Jewish year begins, we are offering free shipping (a four dollar value) on one of our most popular books: “Walk With Yeshua Through the Jewish Year.” The book is designed for children, but is popular with adults as well for its thumbnail...

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