jewish evangelism tips

Go Ahead. Be Provocative! (In a Romans 11:11 way)
April 18, 2017

God has tasked Gentile Christians with making Jewish people jealous—of their relationship with God! We’d like to encourage you to do that, and we have some resources that can help.

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WITNESSING THIS PASSOVER
March 1, 2007

We all struggle with how best to tell our unsaved families about Jesus, and there are no easy answers. But Jewish holidays provide wonderful opportunities for witnessing. Our redemption from Egypt is so typical of the way God works His salvation plans. And the well-known theme of the lamb’s shed blood can help you explain […]

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WITNESSING TIPS
December 1, 2006

Did you know that Christmas can be a very lonely time for us Jewish people? All the advertisements, shopping, decorations and caroling remind us that we live in lands whose cultures are not our own. And so, as we watch our non-Jewish friends and neighbors immerse themselves in all the customs and traditions of Christmas, […]

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What Does It Take for a Jewish Person to Come to Christ?
August 1, 2002
Author: Moishe Rosen

People often ask how we bring a Jewish person to Christ. The real question is, how does God do it? And the answer is, Any way He wants!” I think of a fellow named Lou, a real estate man whose wife had prayed for his salvation for years. Lou’s mother was dying and he realized […]

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Good Not Good Enough?
October 1, 1999

Most of us know unbelievers, whether Jewish or Gentile, who are such good people that we have difficulty believing that when they die, they will not enter the Kingdom of God. Everything in our finite minds wants to assure us that, somehow, God will make an exception for these people. We remind ourselves that we […]

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Never Give Up
August 1, 1999
Author: Stephen Katz

I looked out into the congregation and there he was—the man who could have been my father’s double! I tried not to stare at him as I finished my presentation but the resemblance was startling. Strangely, that same week, I saw two more look-alikes” for my unbelieving dad as I continued my speaking tour in […]

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With Family, Gently Knock

As Jewish believers, many of us resonate with the words of Yeshua found in Mark 6:4, A prophet is not without honor except in his own country, among his own relatives, and in his own house.” Those who grew up with Yeshua could not accept His wisdom because they only saw Him as “that carpenter,” […]

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Tips on Giving a Story
July 1, 1994

Are good things happening in your life? Are you eager to tell others how Yeshua has redeemed you, but uncertain about speaking in public? Try out the following suggestions: Plan more, talk less. Organize your thoughts by writing out what you want to say—but do not read it. Then jot down a few notes to […]

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Helpful Rules
August 1, 1990
Author: Mary Stewart

Here are some rules I use and recommend for one-on-one Bible studies with unbelievers: Insist that they meet in your home. The reference books you may need are at your fingertips, and you can control what happens. You can turn off the phone and ignore the doorbell. On someone else’s turf you cannot control the […]

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