jewish evangelism stories

Hanukkah, Hebrew lessons and shining God’s light
January 11, 2017

Our team of Russian-speakers in Israel is asking for your prayers…

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LiveChat L’Chaim!
November 11, 2016

How did this Jewish man find new life through our web chat platform?

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Partners in the gospel
August 21, 2015
Author: Julia Pascoe

This salvation story shows what happens when friends like you partner with us to tell their Jewish friends about Jesus.

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O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
November 8, 2013
Author: Lynn McCoy

OK, I’m just going to say it. I love Christmas. I don’t have a problem, as a Jew, proclaiming that. I admit I have a Christmas tree, I love singing Christmas carols, and if you come to my house in December, you will hear Handel’s "Messiah" playing over and over again. Why do I, a…

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Together as One
Author: Kata Tar

Find out what Kata Tar learned about unity from organizing two witnessing campaigns in Budapest. See photos and learn results from this year’s Budapest Campaign.

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You are here, a spiritual road map
September 4, 2013

Did you ever walk away after sharing your faith with someone and wonder, "What just happened?"

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Do you hear the trumpet call?
August 9, 2013
Author: Maxim Ammosov

Author: Martin Friedman

Introduction by Larry Dubin, branch leader for Jews for Jesus in Washington, D.C.

It was a hot and humid Mid-Atlantic August day when the letter from a local detention center arrived. Often I am unable to provide the kind of assistance requested in such letters. But after reading Martin Friedman’s words, I decided to meet with the chaplain of the detention center.

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Being First
May 28, 2013

In 2011, during the Women’s World Cup games, we conducted a three-week evangelistic campaign in Berlin. Our team encountered many Jewish people from Berlin and as well as Jewish tourists from other countries, including Israel. We received 126 Jewish contacts. After the campaign, we began the hard work of follow-up. We started by phoning through…

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Faith is a Gift of God
April 28, 2013

“How do I have faith? Am I supposed to believe in something that is unbelievable?”  Those were questions Eugene asked at the point of spiritual capitulation. Let me back up and explain. It all started more than 25 years ago. Eugene is the son of Romanian immigrants to the United States. His origins are reflected…

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Passover

Passover Tours and Holiday Services
February 27, 2013

Please pray for our Passover Tours and Holiday Services! This month is packed with opportunities for Jewish people to hear about Jesus, the Lamb of God. Our missionaries are presenting “Christ in the Passover” all over the world, and our branches are also conducting special holiday services. For example, last April, Maxim Ammosov reported from…

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Bits from the Branches

For the Love of God
January 29, 2013
Author: Deb Dubin

Last year, Carlie attended one of our Christ in the Passover presentations at a church in her area. The speaker, Karl DeSouza (branch leader in Montreal), was introduced to Carlie that day and arranged to meet with her the following morning. After learning about Carlie’s Jewish background and reviewing some Bible passages with her, Karl…

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Operation Light of the World
November 28, 2012

In Russia and Ukraine, our staff has a name for their annual Hanukkah outreach: “Operation Light of the World.” Your newsletter was mailed before this year’s outreach began, but here are a few highlights from last year to help you pray for the work that is going on there this month. From Moscow, Olga Ammosova…

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A Different Kind of Fitness
March 3, 2012
Author: Laura Barron

“Chag sameach!” she greeted me as I approached my locker at the gym. I smiled back and wished her the same. (The greeting, pronounced “khog sah-may-ahkh” means happy holiday.) As we chatted, Rachel (not her real name) asked me how I would be celebrating Pesach (Passover) this year. I could have simply replied that my…

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January Fun in the Son
January 1, 2012

The New Year is a special time to greet people with the gospel, and to bring generations together to begin the year thinking about the spiritual needs of others. Many of you will receive this newsletter before January first, so we hope you’ll pray for these outreaches. And if your newsletter comes on or after…

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Rosh Hashanah
September 8, 2011

Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) begins at sundown Sept 28. However you will not find Rosh Hashanah in the Bible, because there the holiday is referred to as the Feast of Trumpets, or Yom Teruah (pronounced “true-ah”). A couple of years ago, our executive director David Brickner wrote: … Despite the name change [from…

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Who is He?
August 6, 2011

The most important question ever asked is the one Yeshua put to His disciples at Caesarea: “But who do you say that I am?” (Matthew 16:15). The debate over this question has engaged some of the most thoughtful minds as well as engendering some of the greatest controversy in history. For years, we have been…

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Bits from Massah and Summer Campaign
July 1, 2011

Here are some glimpses of how God answered prayer last summer—to encourage you to pray for the evangelism taking place right now! Massah Ben: So many nights after a long day, we go out and talk to people who are enjoying the Tel Aviv nightlife. Last Thursday, my team–four of us–went to an area where…

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Bits from the Trainees
January 1, 2010

Morgan reported, “It was our usual Monday night calling time, but this week’s list, unlike previous weeks, was Jewish people who don’t yet believe. We trainees were a little on edge since we were told about how people might respond. After many wrong numbers and voicemail messages, I finally reached a woman who was willing…

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A Branch Grows in Brooklyn
December 1, 2009

Maybe you’ve heard of the classic film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” For Jews for Jesus, it’s a branch that’s growing in this bustling borough that is home to half a million Jewish people. Two years ago we reported that the branch was a year old and toddling.  Thanks to those of you who prayed…

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A Slice of Missionary Life
September 1, 2009
Author: Lynn McCoy

Everyone has ups and downs, and last fall was like a roller coaster ride in terms of my ministry in D.C.  The week before Yom Kippur, I was happy to receive an email asking me to contact a Jewish woman named Jackie.  Her mother, a Jewish believer in Jesus, wanted us to witness to her…

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A New Outlook
April 1, 2009
Author: Lynn McCoy

I met Paula a couple of years ago at our Passover banquet. She came as the guest of her Christian friend, Jennifer, who had witnessed to Paula over the years. Jennifer had attended many of our events and felt that we would be able to help Paula get to the next step in her faith…

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Jews for Jesus Tournament of Roses Outreach
January 2, 2008

Jews for Jesus conducted our Los Angeles New Years outreach from Dec 31 – Jan 2. During that time we distributed 45,775 broadsides and received the names of seventeen people interested in more information including three Jewish inquirers.  Over the course of three days we were joined by 54 volunteers. God really watched over us,…

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Los Angeles College Campus Campaign
September 30, 2007

Jews for Jesus Los Angeles conducted a College Campus Campaign Sep 30-Oct 4th. The campaign covered UCLA, Cal State Northridge, and Santa Monica College — three campuses with the largest Jewish student population. Participating were six missionary staff and nine volunteers. They distributed 26,075 gospel tracts and received the names of 43 students including 3…

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Campaigning in the BYG Apple
September 1, 2006
Author: Sid Rothstein

Campaign leaders Dan Sered and Greg Savitt Ask Manhattan campaigner Sharon Turnil her favorite place to hand out broadsides and she’ll tell you “Bryant Park, because people are relaxed and willing to talk.” (Or as Michelle, who also favors Bryant Park put it, “People are chillin’ and willin’.”) Monte Hinojosa will tell you his favorite…

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Resolutions That Guard Your Heart
September 23, 2005
Author: Susan Perlman

We don’t always know how the resolutions we make may one day guard our hearts—or even our bodies—as I discovered at the Israel in the Garden” celebration in San Francisco. It is amazing how many ways people can make their displeasure known when you are handing out gospel tracts in public, and after some 30…

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