What does a strategic effort to reach Jewish people with the gospel look like today? And what challenges must be overcome when bringing the message of Jesus to our people? From Shabbat (Sabbath) meals, to intentional communities, to witnessing-on-the-way projects (like our Massah/Israel to India adventures), to social media networking, we will explore some of the new paradigms in Jewish ministry that have risen as we have brought the gospel into new and emerging cultures within the global Jewish community.
Havurah comes from the Hebrew word "haver" which means "friend." Havurah usually describes a community of friends who gather together to discuss their common interests and concerns. Jewish believers in Jesus face unique challenges and questions and this publication is one way of addressing them.
How do I integrate my ethnic heritage into my faith in Jesus? How can I best relate to family members who do not share my faith? How can I handle the sentiment of many other Jews that by believing in Jesus, I'm being a traitor to my people?
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What do Twitter, Facebook, Google+, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Foursquare, Flickr, Tumblr, Pinterest, Wordpress, YouTube, Vimeo, Instagram, LinkedIn, MySpace and Meetup have in common? An imposing list of new and evolving technology, they're the current face of social media networking.