If you’re a believer in Jesus and want to know what Jews for Jesus is doing around the world, this is the publication for you. You’ll find things to pray for along with teaching articles connecting the Old and New Testaments. You’ll get to meet many of our staff and read about how they are connecting with Jewish people in Paris, New York, Moscow, and many other cities. And you’ll be encouraged to open up spiritual conversations with your own Jewish friends. Plus, each month find a devotional article by our executive director, David Brickner, to encourage you in your walk with the Lord.
We often ask you to pray for new Jewish believers in Jesus and are happy to report answers to prayer like this one!
Pre-evangelism really is part of evangelism. Painters know that preparation makes up a big portion of the job and that applies to gospel sharing a well.
God defies human expectations as He meets the deepest human needs, and invites His people to do likewise. That’s why innovation and creativity are a must when it comes to making the gospel known.
Here’s how God is using the testimony of a former addict to reach people for Jesus in Israel.
People who seem “completely shut to the gospel” suddenly open their hearts when God does the unexpected. Find out how God used a ring and a key to open one woman’s heart.
Jews for Jesus is accepting applications to train volunteers and the possibilities for how you can help us reach Jewish people for Jesus are endless!
What is the gift, the mystery and the promise of Eternity? (Hint: it’s not cologne). In times of loss, what we believe about eternity comes to the surface.
This story from Dnepr, Ukraine, tells you exactly why you should not be discouraged if your efforts to share the good news (with Jewish people or anyone else) are flatly rejected.
Dogs are wonderful gifts from God, but they also can open doors to sharing an even greater gift – the gospel! Find out how a mutual appreciation for dogs can help you tell a friend (or even a stranger) about God.
This Shabbat celebration was extraordinarily creative and a opened up a great conversation about the gospel. What a window into ministry in Budapest!
Entire Christian denominations have abandoned God’s call to share the good news with Jewish people. They may believe they are fighting anti-Semitism but could it be that they are unintentionally promoting a subtler form of it?
Here’s how hospitality, sharing the gospel, and a different kind of New Year’s celebration all go hand in hand at the Washington, DC branch of Jews for Jesus.
One of the best ways Christians can show love for the Jewish people is to stand against anti-Semitism. Looking for practical ways to do that? Try these for starters.
Jews for Jesus executive director writes frankly about what awaits in 2019.
Check out our responses to frequently asked questions about Jewish people and the Christmas season.
Shmuly’s journey to Jesus has had many setbacks but with your prayers, it seems his faith is truly growing!
You asked for updates on prayer requests and we listened. Don’t miss this encouraging update!
Partnerships like this are a win-win for those who want to share the gospel and for those who need to hear it.
Most people confuse joy with feelings of satisfaction and personal well-being based on favorable circumstances or fun occasions. But circumstances can change and occasions can disappoint. Joy is different.
Here are three ideas to get you started on how to stand with the Jewish people against the scourge of anti-Semitism.
God uses teamwork so that when hearts open and lives change, we know that it was not because of our own power of persuasion. It’s all God!
You prayed, God answered; that’s how His kingdom grows – one person at a time!
The incident of Jesus and the fig tree is controversial and has generated heated debates. Find out what Jews for Jesus executive director thinks about it.
Don’t miss photos of the New York team of Jews for Jesus “sharing the love” in the Washington Square Park neighborhood.
A meeting of the minds took place between Jews and Christians in Paris to discuss the problem of anti-Semitism in France.