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Josh Brodlt’s Story
December 12, 2007

Josh can hardly remember a time when he was not acquainted with the Liberated Wailing Wall’s music as well as his father’s stories about their adventures “on the road.” When he heard how his dad had been punched in the stomach in South Africa, Josh was deeply impacted. “I thought of the places where Jesus says, ‘Blessed are you when men hate you for my name’s sake.’ I thought, what a privilege to take a punch for Jesus.”

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THE LIBERATED WAILING WALL: Past, Present and Future…
January 19, 2007
Author: Aaron Abramson

Liberated Wailing Wall | AlbumsĀ | Downloadable Music I have been surprised, as I encounter various Jewish believers, that so many first encountered the Jews for Jesus ministry through the Liberated Wailing Wall (LWW). This mobile evangelistic team continues to present Jewish gospel music and drama in approximately 300 churches and Messianic congregations each year. In […]

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Reminder: Help Needed!
June 1, 2005

Liberated Wailing Wall | AlbumsĀ | Downloadable Music We are looking for a bus driver/sound person for The Liberated Wailing Wall, our mobile evangelistic music team. The 18-month term of service is October 2005-March 2007, with full salary and benefits. We need someone with: * a vital relationship with the Lord and a servant’s heart * […]

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The BYG Pic
August 1, 2004

Our Behold Your God Washington, D.C. campaign runs August 18-September 18, 2004, led by Stephen Katz and Larry Dubin. This is a presidential election year, which means the eyes of the entire world will be focused on Washington, D.C. We hope that with all the media attention, we’ll be able to focus some of it […]

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Hear an audio clip from the NEW Liberated Wailing Wall album
September 1, 2003

We hope you saw the flyer for Behold Your God”—the album—in this month’s newsletter—but with Jews for Jesus Real Time, we can give you an audio clip of one of the songs, and a glance from the enhanced portion of the CD. To hear a really cool version of Hava Nagila (the only a capella […]

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The BYG Pic
June 1, 2003

Our next Behold Your God campaign is set for next month, God willing! Joseph Steinberg, who directs our UK work, will lead the campaign assisted by Larry Dubin of our Washington, D.C. branch. The campaign begins with training from July 2 to 4, and will continue from July 5 to August 2. We are excited […]

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The BYG Pic, November 2001
November 1, 2001

Please don’t forget to check this web site to see if you are living in or near one of our Behold Your God cities. We need our friends to pray and participate in reaching out to people in their own communities. We need churches who will follow up on the down-and-outers as well as the […]

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The New (and Not So New) Liberated Wailing Wall
August 1, 2000

The formation of this mobile evangelistic music team actually predates the official beginnings of the Jews for Jesus organization. Some of you were first introduced to our ministry through one of The Liberated Wailing Wall’s presentations. The faces change, but the spirit of this team to serve God while traveling the country is still the […]

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Meet Susan Mendelson
June 1, 1999

I hail from West Islip, New York. Yes, you pronounce it like I slip”—and we’ve heard all the jokes about falling down! Whoever named the town must have had a sense of humor because there are also the towns of East Islip, Central Islip and Islip Terrace as well. Both my parents are Jewish; my […]

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Sowing
May 1, 1998

I had a rather uneventful sortie at the University of Maryland, handing out one of my favorite broadsides, If Being Born hasn’t Given you Much Satisfaction, Try being Born Again.” A few days later, I was at our office doing some work, when the phone rang. I picked it up and a girl named Mary […]

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Project Joshua: A Little Known Outreach of Jews for Jesus
April 1, 1998
Author: Stephen Katz

Why Project Joshua? We wanted a vehicle to train Jewish Christian college students in evangelism, get them excited about their roots and acquaint them with the land and the people of Israel. Project Joshua enables us to select fifteen bright and highly motivated Jewish Christian college students to do just that. Our two week program […]

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Witnessing to My Class
January 1, 1998

The ‘Christians’ wrote the New Testament around the Old Testament’s prophecies!” my eighth grade teacher announced. I was speechless. I had never heard such a response to the prophecies of the Messiah and their fulfillment! I felt that the Lord had been putting it on my heart to witness to my class from the beginning […]

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Lightning Rods for Yeshua
September 1, 1996
Author: Avi Snyder

Not long ago, a pastor from an American church spent two weeks with the Moscow-based Jews for Jesus team. One afternoon while he and I rode the Moscow Metro together, I noticed that he was captivated by the expressions of some of our fellow travelers who had caught sight of the words Jews for Jesus […]

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From Our Israel Correspondent
December 1, 1995

During the NYC Campaign, Chaplain Iva Conrad witnessed to an Israeli woman named Sharona. Well, Sharona is back in Israel now and very open to a visit. I also contact referrals from Russian Jewish believers in Brooklyn. They ask me to visit their friends in Israel. Sometimes the referrals work out; sometimes they don’t. I […]

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Walk About Zion
June 1, 1995

Walk about Zion, and go all around her. Count her towers; mark well her bulwarks; consider her palaces; that you may tell it to the generation following. For this is God, our God forever and ever; He will be our guide even to death.” (Psalm 48:12-14) Recently it was my privilege to conduct an Israel […]

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I Was Cool
February 1, 1994
Author: Karen Singer

Before I came to know Jesus as my Lord, I was many things. I was an artist, a shopkeeper, a homeowner, a druggie and a groupie. I hung out with artists and musicians in nightclubs, submerged in drugs and alcohol and worse. Being an artist, I found this Bohemian lifestyle attractive. I always wanted to […]

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Liberated Wailing Wall Memoirs: Small Church, Big Blessings

As our Liberated Wailing Wall mobile evangelistic team travels about the country, they proclaim the saving power of Yeshua during the day by distributing broadsides and singing at college campuses. Their 40-foot bus itself is a traveling billboard for the gospel. In the evenings and on Sunday mornings the team ministers through testimonies and Jewish […]

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Where in the World Are the Jews Today?
August 1, 1992

Listed by rank, in the latest Jewish Year Book* the ten countries of the world that had the largest Jewish populations were: The United States, Israel, the old Soviet Union, France, Great Britain, Canada, Argentina, South Africa, Brazil and Australia. The countries in color are those where Jews for Jesus already has a permanent branch. […]

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Questions Part One: Are You With the Big Bus?

Missionary work is full of questions—those that people ask us, those we ask others to get them to think about the gospel, and those we ask ourselves. These experiences of some of the members of our Liberated Wailing Wall Mobile Evangelistic Team represent some of the queries we encounter. Part of our training as missionaries/evangelists […]

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Questions Part Two: Do You Want Jesus To Come Into Your Life?

Missionary work is full of questions—those that people ask us, those we ask others to get them to think about the gospel, and those we ask ourselves. These experiences of some of the members of our Liberated Wailing Wall Mobile Evangelistic Team represent some of the queries we encounter. I met Eric at the Coconut […]

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Questions Part Three: What Is It Like to Be With the Team?
Author: Michael James

Missionary work is full of questions—those that people ask us, those we ask others to get them to think about the gospel, and those we ask ourselves. These experiences of some of the members of our Liberated Wailing Wall Mobile Evangelistic Team represent some of the queries we encounter. Life on The Liberated Wailing Wall […]

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Questions Part Four: Why Don’t You Call Yourselves Christians for Jesus?

Missionary work is full of questions—those that people ask us, those we ask others to get them to think about the gospel, and those we ask ourselves. These experiences of some of the members of our Liberated Wailing Wall Mobile Evangelistic Team represent some of the queries we encounter. The Liberated Wailing Wall was in […]

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Opportunities
May 1, 1991
Author: Alan Bond

A wise man once said, Opposition brings opportunity.” If that is true, we’re getting a lot of “opportunities” here in Dallas/Fort Worth. It may be an exaggeration to say that every time we go out to hand out gospel literature we get shut down, but that’s the way it feels subjectively. We’ve been hampered downtown, […]

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Everything to Lose
September 1, 1989
Author: Robyn Wilk

We had just finished our presentation in a church in Missouri. As usual, I went back to the sales table. Suddenly, masses of people came over and wanted to buy our albums, tapes and books. One woman, however, just stood quietly by the table looking inquisitively at some of the books. I asked if I […]

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It Was Worth the Wait
Author: Murray Tilles

One of the most exciting aspects of our ministry in Jews for Jesus is seeing people come to know the Lord through our work. We spend many hours on the streets distributing our literature and many more hours meeting with people one on one to talk about Jesus. As members of The Liberated Wailing Wall, […]

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In His Case Yet” Meant Almost”
Author: Heidi Grabke

After one of our Liberated Wailing Wall presentations in Seminole, Florida, a smiling lady approached me. Holding a postcard in her hand, she asked, Are you Heidi?” “Yes,” I said, returning her smile. Then with an even bigger smile she said, “I’m Sharon. You wrote me and my husband a card inviting us to this […]

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