Many people believe that Jews who believe in Jesus are no longer Jews, that believing in Jesus and being Jewish are mutually exclusive categories. This fear of losing their Jewish heritage and identity is one of the biggest hurdles to salvation for Jewish people.
Jews for Jesus works day and night to get the message of Jesus to the Israeli people through weekly outreach, one-on-one visits, and phone calling. Each missionary builds a caseload, follows up with their contacts, and earnestly shares about the love of Jesus. The Young Adult Ministry Team, housed at their Moishe Rosen Center, is reaching the Florentin neighborhood in Tel Aviv by hosting art galleries, cultural events, and regular weekly meetings for high school age believers, Israeli soldiers, a women’s book club, and a Messianic congregation.
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Jews for Jesus is a global nonprofit comprised primarily of Jewish people who have come to believe that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah. They exist to make the Messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue for Jewish people worldwide and to impart God’s love and salvation to Israel and the nations.Jews for Jesus works diligently to share the Gospel with Israeli people through direct evangelism, community projects, one-on-one discipleship, and Bible study.
Dan Sered was appointed as the Israel Director of Jews for Jesus in 2006. Dan oversees Missionary Teams in Hebrew and Russian, a Youth and Young Adult Team, and the Moishe Rosen Center located in the heart of Tel Aviv. In 2013, Dan received his M.A. in Ministry and Leadership from Western Seminary, and is currently working on his Doctorate of Ministry through Dallas Theological Seminary.