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More about campus outreach
January 27, 2016

Get a glimpse of how we connect with students at Northwestern University in Chicago

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Freedom to Change

Freedom to Change
June 28, 2013

Toby’s* Story
By Mark Landrum

Everyone wants love, joy and peace . . . and that’s why we are bombarded with ads for self-help programs, resorts, retreats and all kinds of practices and products …

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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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How Many Jews for Jesus Does it Take …
April 27, 2013

(to see one person receive the Light of the World)] Tuvya Zaretsky’s article, “Faith is a Gift,” recounts the story of Eugene* and how it took 25 years of ministry for him to receive that priceless gift. Tuvya also explains that he was not the only Jews for Jesus missionary to reach out and be […]

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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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No Joke!
February 1, 2011

When I saw the subject of the email, I actually thought it was a joke.  I had known the sender and, while we had not been in contact for years, it was unbelievable to me that he would seriously title his email, Can my Jewish son become a Christian?”  I would not want to embarrass […]

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