Anti-Semitism is on the rise. Within the last year there have been multiple synagogue shootings and countless reports of anti-Semitic incidents. In times like these, one’s initial reaction is to take action, but what should we do? Here are nine ways you can fight anti-Semitism.
A sobering look at what it’s like to be a Messianic Jew living in Paris during this time of heightened anti-Semitism, and an exploration of what’s at the root of this problem.
Cultural appropriation is a serious offense. Where is the line between appropriation and appreciation? Can Christians participate in traditional Jewish celebrations without it turning into appropriation or leading to anti-Semitism? Does belief in Jesus invalidate Messianic Jewish people from continuing to observe Jewish traditions?
Hatred of the Jewish people has been around as long as we have, and the Christian church has often been at the forefront of this persecution throughout history. Does this make Christianity anti-Semitic? What would Jesus have to say about how his people have been treated by those who claim to follow him?
Pray for this 100-year-old-mom and her 77-year-old daughter to agree that each has a right to think for herself about Jesus.
od arranges for people to meet one another at just the right time, and that’s just what happened in this story of a Jewish woman who wanted to talk about Jesus.
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.
We ask friends to pray for visitors with open hearts to attend our Jews for Jesus Rosh Hashanah services. Enjoy reading about this answer to prayer!
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.
The best thing about the internet isn’t shopping, it’s how many people, including people from very Orthodox Jewish communities, are connecting with us online.
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.
What a joy to be able to offer resources to meet the needs of these couples!
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.