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Faces of Berlin
July 28, 2016

From Israelis to Syrian refugees to German Jews and more, our Berlin outreach team has been talking to all kinds of people about Jesus.

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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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The End is Only the Beginning

The End is Only the Beginning
December 31, 2012

As you read Victoria’s story below, I hope you are as struck with her second sentence as I was. Like most profound observations, it has been said before. But it seemed like a particularly appropriate statement since one year has just come to an end, and a new one is now unfolding. God never stops […]

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Life from the Dead
April 4, 2012
Author: Avi Snyder

The Apostle Paul explained how Israel’s initial rejection of her Messiah led to the message of salvation being brought to the world (Romans 11:11). But Paul also looked forward to the future redemption of Israel: “if their rejection be the reconciliation of the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead” (Romans […]

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Juden for Jesus in Germany
April 1, 2010

Did you know that April 11 is Holocaust Remembrance Day?  We’d like to present the unique challenges of our work in Germany against this backdrop: The state church in Germany… has decided that in the shadow of the Holocaust, they do not have the right to personally share the gospel with Jewish people. That is […]

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