Somewhere in Belarus . . . (where our ministry must remain “under the radar”) 13 Jewish people recently found peace with God through Jesus.
Discover how Jews for Jesus is connecting with our neighbors in Westwood Village.
It might not feel like it, but every knock can actually be a boost. Here’s an example that we hope will encourage you.
This is what happens when you pray for people with open hearts to attend our Jews for Jesus Rosh Hashanah services.
John the Baptist was onto something that will help us face whatever changes come our way. Find out more.
God can use your honest answers to these questions to transform your life. Breathe, pray, and read more.
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When the church invited him to present Christ in the Passover, they had no idea these guests would show up.
David Brickner’s perspective on sharing the gospel is liberating – and absolutely scriptural.
This salvation story shows how God used our Tel Aviv team’s commitment to love and serve.
Here’s why you shouldn’t be afraid to share the gospel with your Jewish friend – and how we can help.
The man who would one day lead his Jewish people to redemption and bring down the Torah from Sinai chose not to reveal that he was a Hebrew. He actively identified as an Egyptian, and that’s how he would have gone down in history if God had not intervened. In the Hebrew Scriptures, the textbook for Jewish identity, the definition of that identity always comes from God.
In order to be the light that we were called to be, we need to integrate the two most essential commands of the Torah into who we are and how we live. It was to love God and to love our neighbors that the Jewish people were chosen.”
We don’t want anyone to stop being Jewish. Jesus didn’t want that either. We think every Jewish person has the right to explore the identity of Jesus for themselves and draw their own conclusions rather than let that choice be made for them by rabbis 2,000 years ago.
Inclusivity should actually be a foundational part of our Jewish identity. And according to the Hebrew Scriptures, it’s nothing short of our destiny. Opening our arms to the nations and gathering those at the fringes doesn’t dilute our identity. If anything, it points us back to the heart of God’s calling for our people all along.
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How can the words we use seem inclusive yet still be exclusive to those outside the faith?