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You saw the abbreviated version in Bits from the Branches but there’s much more to this poignant story of three Jewish grandmas and the gospel.
I really appreciate our international administrative headquarters staff in San Francisco! Every year our HQ staff has a Day of Evangelism, usually during our New York City Summer Witnessing Campaign, to show solidarity with those staff who are on the front lines daily. Because they normally serve our missionaries in support roles, this requires many […]
With September around the corner, Jews for Jesus is gearing up for another year of campus evangelism. To get you revved up to pray for our staff, volunteers and the college students they’ll be reaching, here are a couple of reports prior to this summer’s break. Tracy Rapp reports from Phoenix: “We ended the school […]
Rob Wertheim is 53 years old and he’s going back to school this month. He’s not pursuing another degree—he already has a master of music in viola performance from the Manhattan School of Music, as well as a master’s degree in missiology with an emphasis on Jewish studies from Fuller Seminary’s School of World Mission. […]
It’s hard to believe that Blue Mosaic, our mobile evangelistic music team, is finishing their year-long tour next month! In case you didn’t get to see our November newsletter, Blue Mosaic had taken the place of the Liberated Wailing Wall as an equally talented but more contemporary expression of Jewish musicians for Jesus. Traveling a […]
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 […]