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A Dream that Leads to Reality

A Dream That Leads to Reality
December 29, 2012

A soft-spoken woman named Josie called our office. Her tone, soft as it was, practically screamed ‘SINCERE AND OPEN.’ Josie told me what led her to look into Jesus. Her mother was Jewish and married a nominal Catholic. Josie was raised Jewish, but because of her parents’ marriage, she always had a sense of spiritual […]

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Something New …
January 1, 2012

Jews for Jesus’ new Creative Arts Discipleship and Evangelism Training program (CADET) is an intensive eight-month program for developing a community of Jewish believing artists committed to a lifestyle of biblical discipleship and Messianic witness. This unique opportunity is designed to help a select group of people (Jewish believing artists aged 18-28) deepen their relationships […]

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January Fun in the Son

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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Full Circle
January 1, 2011

Growing up in Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, I had tremendous respect for the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community known as the Hasidim. Though they lived in a world apart from the rest of us, they had a tremendous impact on my early desire to know more about the God I prayed to every night, and even—indirectly—on my calling […]

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Christmas Past and Present
December 1, 2010

Our print newsletter is edited well in advance, so the seasonal stories tend to be from the previous years—but be encouraged for Christmases past and know that stories just like these are presently unfolding in Jews for Jesus branches around the world! San Francisco Rob Wertheim, who heads up our evangelism in the City by […]

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Moishe Knew the Value of Children’s Ministry…
July 1, 2010
Author: Elisheva R

Age never seemed to be a factor for Moishe in relating to people; he was never condescending or patronizing with children.  One of his goals was that Jews for Jesus have a meaningful ministry to young people,* and he especially wanted us to excel in camp ministry.  He would have enjoyed the following reports, and […]

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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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