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Valentine’s Day at our Chicago branch
February 21, 2014

Pictured here: It was a cold Valentine’s day for students at Chicago’s Northwestern U, but Arielle and David Randle (left) and Elliot Marks (right) greeted them with hot chocolate, warm smiles and…

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God is Working
August 4, 2011

Micha is part of our Chicago branch. In addition to his regular missionary work, Micha takes Moody Bible Institute students out for weekly evangelism to college campuses as well as to the diverse “Devon” section of town, where Orthodox Jews, Russians, Muslims and Hindus all live in close proximity. He also works with the Midwest…

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Chicago Views: Dolphins, Loops and the Blues
April 1, 2008

We’ve occasionally written about our witness at “Taste of Chicago,” but the Windy City hosts a variety of other festivals as well. We hope you enjoy these reflections from three of our missionaries who wanted to give you glimpses of three venues where we had a witness. Festival Of Cultures by Lyn Rosen Bond Our…

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Jews for Jesus in Chicago
January 1, 2005

Did you know that currently 250,000-300,000 Jewish people live in the greater Chicagoland area? The early Chicago settlements of Jewish immigrants were on the South Side in Hyde Park and also on the West Side around Roosevelt and Harlem. With economic gains the Jewish community moved northward, first to Albany Park and then to Rogers…

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