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The first ever messianic coloring book! The Glory of Messiah, was conceived and hand-drawn for the student of messianic prophecy who loves to color and considers Bible predictions fascinating at the same time.
Explore twenty exquisite line drawings by Messianic Jew, Shelley Skoropinski. Each spread features a hand-drawn illustration, a key Hebre...
A Rose from the Ashes contains the gripping details of Rose Price's childhood in Skarzysko, Poland, her harrowing experiences in Nazi concentration camps, her liberation and the twists and turns of building a new life in the United States. The true story of how this Holocaust survivor came to believe in Jesus and became a spokeswoman for reconci...
The Names of God Adult coloring book Hebrew names illustrated by Messianic Jewish artist Shelley Skoropinski, with scripture and devotional reflections by Susan Perlman. Paperback, 11" x 8.5"
Description of The Day Jesus Did Tikkun Olam: Jewish Values and the New Testament 166 pages Tikkun Olam is Hebrew for “repair of the world”—making the world a better place. For Jewish people, it’s an essential obligation alongside honor for parents, giving to charity and many more. In this treasure of a book, author Richard A. Robinson tours the...
Real Jewish people who choose to follow Jesus! An aerospace engineer, a Supreme court lawyer, a Holocaust survivor, a wife and mother. The list goes on. Nineteen Jews from various walks of life share the inspiring stories of their singular walk with Jesus. The happy endings of these fascinating testimonies could bring about a new beginning for s...
by Ruth Rosen
Moishe Rosen challenged the status quo for Jewish people and Christians alike. Written by his daughter Ruth. There will never be a closer, more compelling look at the man behind the mission that changed the face of modern evangelism.
Called to Controversy, over ten years in the works, tells the truth about Moishe in a variety of ...
Noted contributors, including Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Ronald Allen and our own Tuvya Zaretsky, present a biblical view of God’s plan for Israel and affirm the unique nature of His promises to the Jewish people. The authors address questions such as: What is the significance of the fact that millions of Jewish people have returned to their homeland...
That's Just Moishe: Collected Wisdom, Wit and Whimsy from the Founder of Jews for Jesus
We’ve compiled Moishe’s most inspiring writing, most compelling leadership lessons, most pithy sayings and—to highlight the whimsical side of our founder—his best cartoons and drawings!
Everywhere you turn, people are wondering about the future. For many, the outlook is gloomy. But according to David Brickner, executive director of Jews for Jesus, Christians can offer a message of a future and a hope. Future Hope takes a look at biblical prophecies and offers insight into God's prophetic timeline. The book's easy-to-read format...
Ten years ago there were only a few hundred Jewish Christians in Israel. Today that figure is over 10,000 and the number is growing rapidly. Some of the leading Messianic believers are starting to look to the future and turn their attention to passages in the Bible that talk about the role of Israel being a light to the world.
Read the intrigui...
This mature reflection of Isaiah 53, the Suffering Servant passage, is packed with straightforward explanations of profound concepts that were the hallmark of Kendall's 25 years of expository preaching at Westminster Chapel. Jews for Jesus' very own Susan Perlman writes this in the foreword of Why Jesus Died: "A treasure trove of biblical gems a...
Author Julia Fisher presents fourteen true stories from Jewish, Arab, and Palestinian believers living in Israel and Palestinian areas that describe what God is doing despite the current tide of political and religious turmoil.
Reconciliation is at the heart of each story, though reconciliation in the context of the Middle East is fraught with d...
Should Christians observe the Sabbath on Saturday?
Are Gentile Christians spiritual Jews?
Was the New Testament written in Hebrew?
This comprehensive guide answers the 60 questions Christians ask most frequently about Jewish people and culture.
What's the worst thing that can happen to a successful Jewish businessman? Perhaps it's a phone call from his college-age daughter, telling him she now believes in Jesus. A loving father embarks on a quest to reclaim his "lost" daughter, and in the process, finds his Messiah. "Few testimony books have presented the case for Jesus to the Jewish p...
The biblical holy days are not just for Jews. Christians, too, can receive the blessings of these glorious days, the greatest object lessons in the bible.
Included in this book are subjects like:
Passover, First Fruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, The Feast of Tabernacles, Hanukkah-the festival of Dedication, and Purim the special...
In this book find answers to questions like:
What is a Messianic Congregation?
What can you tell me about the Hebrew Roots groups?
What does 'Torah observant' mean?
Why the need for specific Jewish missions?
Jesus participated in Passover, not only celebrating Israel’s deliverance from Egypt, but pointing his disciples to himself as the Deliverer. This 126-page, comprehensive illustrated haggadah uses both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament to take you through the seder experience with Psalms, prayers and songs.
How Jewish was Jesus? How can the Church learn to appreciate and love the Jewish people? This book was passionately written to help the non-Jew understand the Church the Jewish Messiah founded and to better value God's unique role for the Jews as a people. This is the author's 40th book."Dr. Flynn's 40-year ministry to Jewish people at Grace Bap...
A young Jewish girl discovers the Messiah’s faithfulness in the midst of the Holocaust.
Has God abandoned the Jewish people? In this book, we meet the modern, often secular face of contemporary Jewry. What do today's Jews believe about God and the Bible? What keeps them from considering the Gospel? Then he addresses the big lie: "You cannot be Jewish and believe in Jesus."