Robyn Wilk is the leader of the South Florida branch of Jews for Jesus. Robyn is a gifted flute player and loves to use her flute to serve God. Before coming to South Florida, she served on the Liberated Wailing Wall music team, both as a musician and music director, led the San Francisco Branch and the missionary training program in New York. She received her theological training at Fuller and Western Seminaries. Robyn loves speaking with Jewish people about Jesus and would love to speak with you or anyone you know who might be interested in hearing more about having a relationship with God through the Messiah.
Larry Dubin was part of the U.S. Navy before he ever considered the gospel, let alone missions work. He received his master of arts in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1999. He and his wife, Deb, currently serve together, ministering to Jewish people in the South Florida area.
At the age of seven, one of Deb's gentile friends took her to church. This began what turned out to be a 30-year search to find out why there was, as she then thought, "one God for the gentiles and another God for the Jews." It was not until the summer of 1996 when she received a tract from one of our New York City summer witnessing campaigners that the search finally ended. Deb began attending the New York Jews for Jesus Bible study and visited one of their Shabbat services, which ultimately led her to the knowledge that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah. Three years later, she joined the Jews for Jesus staff and met her husband Larry, also a Jewish believer in Jesus. Deb and Larry have also served in our New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and South Florida branches.
Lisa Smolowitz is a missionary at the Florida branch of Jews for Jesus. After retiring from a 29-year career with the New York City Department of Education, Brooklyn-born Smolowitz joined the staff of Jews for Jesus in 2013.