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How to Witness PDF Print E-mail

What is the most effective way to witness to Jewish people? Being aware of the issues that may create resistance is essential. Jewish people have reason to be wary of a Christian environment, and many Jewish people have ambivalent feelings about Jesus. However, these factors need not deter us from seeking to carry out the biblical mandate to bring the Gospel to the Jewish people.

Jewish evangelism challenges us to be articulate, effective witnesses. To reach Jewish people, we must be ready to help them overcome some obstacles. The single greatest difficulty that many Jewish people face is thinking that one cannot be Jewish and believe in Jesus. Jewish identity is a precious heritage, and few Jewish people would con­sider any teaching or faith that required them to abandon it.

My Orthodox Grandpa PDF Print E-mail

By Nikki H.

Because of family circumstances, my grandparents helped raise me and were like second parents. They were Orthodox Jews, so every morning and evening, grandpa went to shul (synagogue) to pray, and they sent me to a Yeshiva (Jewish religious school) and to Hebrew school. I remember in the second grade telling my grandparents that I made a vow to God that I would never worship an idol (of course in my mind at the time, that meant the "Christian gods").

I grew up hearing stories of how my grandparents' seven brothers and sisters and parents all died in concentration camps. I was told the Nazis who murdered them wore on their belt buckles the words, "For the Glory of Christ." After coming to know the Lord, I could barely talk about my grandparents with anyone without breaking down in tears. I loved them so much, and I could not see how they could ever come to know their Messiah.

Ministering Messiah to the Terminally Ill PDF Print E-mail

Jewish believers whose loved ones are near death and do not yet know the Lord are burdened with the overriding concern for their salvation. The following points are offered for those who are ministering to the dying.

Messiah's Blessings in a Post-9/11 World PDF Print E-mail

In just one moment, the life of a city can be changed forever-and this was certainly the case in New York City after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Although the hustle and bustle are back and people are shopping, going to the theater and exploring New York's famous museums, something has changed. There is an underlying melancholy - a silent plea for healing - that our Chosen People Ministries staff members come across again and again as we seek to share the Gospel of the Prince of Peace.

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