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Hebrew Roots movement often lays roots for Jewish life—conversion or not

Hebrew Roots adherents—not to be confused with Jews for Jesus, whose followers consider themselves Jewish and are known for intense proselytizing—are Torah-observant believers in Jesus, whom they identify by his Hebrew name, Yeshua. On the surface, many of the movement’s members look like observant Jews, keeping kosher (at least as outlined in the Bible), Shabbat, and holidays. They are generally pro-Israel and try to visit the Jewish state as often as possible.

A Parent’s Cry for Help

Our oldest son informed us that he was dating a Christian girl.  At the start, we reluctantly accepted the relationship, expecting that it would not last. After all, how could it?  He attended Jewish day school through eighth grade, and continued his Jewish studies through high school. We were active in our synagogue, kept kosher [Read More]

A Missionary’s Journey to Judaism

What Was It Like?

Even though I was raised in a Christian family, my life was transformed when I became a born-again Christian at age 15. While studying in Cape Town, South Africa at age 24, I realized the Jewish people needed to be “saved” and hear the “good news of Jesus.” Find out about a missionary’s journey to Judaism in this article. 

Reaching Millennials with #SMARTalks

This fall, Jews for Judaism’s SMARTalks initiative was launched on the USC campus. The pilot event was a tremendous success, drawing more than 100 students and community leaders. Four renowned experts — publisher and columnist David Suissa, community activist Julie Bram, screenwriter David N. Weiss, and marketing and branding guru Sasha Strauss — gave concise [Read More]

2015 Gala Enlightens and Inspires

More than 250 friends and supporters filled the room  at  Jews for Judaism’s annual Gala. The evening was launched with a cocktail reception where guests had a chance to mingle and bid in the silent auction. Highlights from the evening included the award presentations and inspiring talks. While attendees enjoyed a magnificent dinner they were [Read More]

Happiness

If you were asked “What entity in the world brings the most joy” – how would you respond? If we were to take a poll of the answers, there might be as many different responses as there are participants. I can imagine someone answering that his pet pooch “Bowser” brings the most happiness. One clever [Read More]