witnessing

Prerequisites to sharing your faith?
June 12, 2017
Author: Ruth Rosen

When is it okay to share your faith in Jesus? Are there prerequisites? What about earning the right to speak into people’s lives? These are great questions, and we’ve given them alot of thought. Please take a few minutes to check out our point of view.

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The gospel is not for sale!
February 9, 2017

People tell us they collect our gospel tracts, but to sell on eBay? And just look what it was marked down from!

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College Search
January 26, 2016

Campus outreach is part of our ministry’s DNA. Here’s why we’re doing the same thing differently

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A cup of cold water
August 19, 2014

How do we proclaim the gospel in word and deed and what does it really mean to give a cup of cold water in Jesus’ name?

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I Am Not Ashamed Of . . . What Exactly?
July 19, 2013

Jesus Christ warned us, “For whoever is ashamed of Me and My words in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him the Son of Man also will be ashamed when He comes in the glory of His Father with the holy angels” (Mark 8:38).

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A Luke 12:11 Moment

“Now when they bring you to the synagogues and magistrates and authorities, do not worry about how or what you should answer, or what you should say. For the Holy Spirit will teach you in that very hour what you ought to say.” —Luke 12:11-12 You might not ever have to answer for your faith […]

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Jews and Others for Jesus
March 2, 2012

Did you know that Jews for Jesus has led five to ten times as many non-Jews to faith in Christ as Jews?  It may be one of our best-kept secrets (more like a little-known fact since we really aren’t trying to keep it a secret.)  During a recent Jews for Jesus street witnessing campaign in […]

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Show Me Your ID
March 6, 2011

Nowadays no one gets too far without personal identification (ID). Imagine if, rather than simply glancing at our driver’s licenses or passports, people in airports, border checkpoints and even the local grocery stores actually scanned our IDs. Now imagine waiting in line for airport security finally getting to the front of the line where you […]

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Moishe’s Musings on Christlikeness
December 1, 2009
Author: Moishe Rosen

Did you ever think you knew something … but when you thought about it more, you had to wonder? What about being Christlike? I’ve prayed that the Lord would help me to be Christlike. I’ve admonished people to be Christlike. Yet, I never asked myself, What does that word Christlike really mean?  How would I […]

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Moishe’s Musings on Wrong Ways to Witness
November 1, 2009
Author: Moishe Rosen

When I graduated from Bible school, my first assignment with the American Board of Missions to the Jews (now Chosen People Ministries) was in Los Angeles. We had a mission house at 5020 Pico Boulevard. I lived there with my family, and I also had a small office there. We had Bible studies and fellowship […]

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The Gospel Bubble
August 1, 2009

Of the three Behold Your God Israel campaigns we’ve already completed, the opposition to our last one (May ’09) was the most violent we’ve experienced in Israel thus far. Our Jews for Jesus staff and volunteers were kicked and punched more in Rishon, Rehovot and Ramala, than we have been on previous campaigns. One missionary, […]

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Moishe’s Musings on Nuclear Christianity
June 1, 2009
Author: Moishe Rosen

The first time that I heard the term Evangelism  Explosion,” I was confused. It seemed to me that  explosions cause destruction. Then, I pictured another  kind of explosion: that which takes place in the motor  block of a diesel engine or a gasoline motor. The explosion  in the chamber pushes a piston, thereby moving a […]

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If It’s New
January 1, 2009

Don’t you love the smell of a new car, the sight of a newborn baby or the prospect of a New Year? Newness is often so appealing and can fill us with hope. Nevertheless, newness also has its drawbacks. It’s easy to be enticed by the newest improved version of one thing or another, not […]

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WITNESSING TIPS
December 1, 2006

Did you know that Christmas can be a very lonely time for us Jewish people? All the advertisements, shopping, decorations and caroling remind us that we live in lands whose cultures are not our own. And so, as we watch our non-Jewish friends and neighbors immerse themselves in all the customs and traditions of Christmas, […]

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A Windblown Seed
June 1, 2005

Ed: We hope you know that while we are making Jesus an unavoidable issue to our Jewish people worldwide, we do not avoid preaching the Word to Gentiles! The following story shows how God sometimes blesses the gospel seed we sow in rather unexpected ways. One day I was handing out tracts in Glebe, in […]

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Win-Some Witnessing 101
January 1, 2002
Author: Rich Robinson

Book Title: Win-Some Witnessing Author: Steve Cohen Date Published: 1998 Reviewer: Rich Robinson Review Date: Jan 1, 2002 Steve Cohen is a Jewish believer in Jesus who directs The Apple of His Eye, a Jewish evangelism arm of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Cohen’s booklet on witnessing to Jews is unique in its format of a […]

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Good Not Good Enough?
October 1, 1999

Most of us know unbelievers, whether Jewish or Gentile, who are such good people that we have difficulty believing that when they die, they will not enter the Kingdom of God. Everything in our finite minds wants to assure us that, somehow, God will make an exception for these people. We remind ourselves that we […]

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Tips on Giving a Story
July 1, 1994

Are good things happening in your life? Are you eager to tell others how Yeshua has redeemed you, but uncertain about speaking in public? Try out the following suggestions: Plan more, talk less. Organize your thoughts by writing out what you want to say—but do not read it. Then jot down a few notes to […]

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Helpful Rules
August 1, 1990
Author: Mary Stewart

Here are some rules I use and recommend for one-on-one Bible studies with unbelievers: Insist that they meet in your home. The reference books you may need are at your fingertips, and you can control what happens. You can turn off the phone and ignore the doorbell. On someone else’s turf you cannot control the […]

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