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.
Ready to hear some stories from Jerusalem? These two salvation stories could not be more different, but they both show how God was setting up divine appointments.
We just celebrated a very special Shavuot—one unlike any in the history of Jews for Jesus! Find out what happened this past Shavuot and what made it historic for our ministry.
We are so grateful to report that our Behold Your God outreach in Jerusalem is now complete! It wasn’t easy keeping this under wraps, but finally we can tell you what’s been going on!
Sometimes sharing our faith begins with giving people a comfortable way to approach us, and responding graciously to what may seem like a negative statement. For example . . .
What is the significance of Jerusalem? Read a clear and concise reflection by David Brickner, Jews for Jesus executive director.
People can hear from God in mysterious ways! No one ever could have predicted how music from her past helped bring this 93-year-old Jewish woman from Calcutta to Jesus.
We are always hoping and praying to have meaningful spiritual conversations with Jewish people wherever we go, and this story tells of one of the more unusual answers to that prayer.
Passover is the story of redemption. What better place to present Christ in the Passover than to inmates in a high-security prison?
Anchors are important to the mission of any ship for stability in a storm, or to hold steady while unloading precious cargo. Jews for Jesus also has specific anchors that help us with our mission.
Find out why this Israeli changed his mind about Jews for Jesus—and pray that he’ll change his mind about Jesus, too!
An Israeli who saw us years ago in America has now met us in Germany…and he’s ready to talk about Yeshua (Jesus).
Jews for Jesus: Our Approach Over the last two months I have shared with you our recently refreshed Jews for Jesus mission statement and core values. This month I am writing about our approach. Our approach has been the same all along, but we’ve never formalized a...
We love telling you how God answered your prayers, especially when it’s a salvation story like this one!
Art opens hearts in Israel Did you know that our Jews for Jesus Israel team is made up of several smaller teams? Valeriy Bolotov’s team reaches out to Russian-speaking Jews, including many new citizens who, like the team itself, have come from Russia and Ukraine. As...
Here is an in-depth overview of the similarities, differences and changes over time between the three primary branches of Judaism: Orthodox, Conservative and Reform.
Find out why a Jewish man put his faith in Yeshua (Jesus), despite his concern that his Orthodox friends and family might shun him. May God give us all the grace to be so courageous!
Technology can be a pain, but wow! It can also open doors, and even help people connect with God!
Our Moscow branch leader says it’s a miracle that no one interfered with our outreach right near the Kremlin. Find out more about how God is on the move in Moscow!
Igor Barbanel directs our work throughout the CIS. He is based in Odessa, where he is very much involved in the day-to-day work of telling people about Yeshua (Jesus)…
Many Israelis are curious about Christmas so our Tel Aviv branch hosted a Christmas event for the neighborhood—here’s what happened.
How and why has Jews for Jesus changed the wording of our mission statement?
Read about the outreach we did in partnership with another Jewish missions organization. 350 Israelis asked for more info!
Find out how David Brickner’s father instilled in his children a sense of anticipation and wonder at Christmas.
December poses a dilemma for many Jewish-Gentile couples as cross-cultural challenges surface, but there is help and hope for understanding and respecting each other’s traditions.