September 2005 Newsletter (5766:1)
Mark Landrum reports, It had begun to rain toward the end of a session of passing out broadsides (tracts) in Martin Place in Sydney's downtown area. It was rush hour and starting to get dark. I moved under an overhang to continue. Soon I was down to my very last broadside and I gave it to a young woman who came by and said she was Jewish. I was very pleased that Sara not only took the broadside, but gave me her contact information when I offered to send her something else to read from Jews for Jesus. What timing! If it hadn't begun raining, I would not have moved, or met Sara. It is great to be part of so many 'God-incidences.' Please pray for Sara to be interested enough to meet with my wife, Rahel, to learn more about Jesus."
- Written by Moishe Rosen
A friend wanted help answering her son, who says that Jesus died for everyone, so all will be saved whether or not they receive Him in this life. He points out that some people have never heard about Jesus and asks, Are they going to hell because they didn't hear? What kind of a God would do that?" According to the mother, her son is very hostile to the gospel. Here is my response to her:
- Written by Tuvya Zaretsky
Are you currently in ministry among Jewish people or thinking about applying as a mission worker? Do you work for a church or serve as a volunteer in an area with a high concentration of Jewish people? Are you hoping to gain some expertise on witnessing to Jewish people to share with your congregation? Are you finishing a career, thinking of retirement, and wanting to continue learning and making yourself available to serve the Lord—perhaps among Jewish people? Then the following opportunity might just be perfect for you.