Listen to CMJ leaders and friends share God's strategy to gather the nations to himself, how antisemitism hampers the work of the gospel, and how CMJ can help your church can build bridges with your Jewish neighbors.
In his letter to the Romans, St. Paul contends that the calling of Israel as God’s witnesses to the nations has not been revoked with the death and resurrection of Yeshua the Messiah and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon his Church (Rom 11:29). Since 1809, the Church’s Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ) has reached out to the Jewish people with the love of their Messiah and the Good News of salvation in Him, sought to help Jewish and Gentile believers in Jesus to truly be “one new man”, and encouraged the Church to recover the Jewish roots of the Faith.
In this seminar series, we
- Examine God’s strategy for reaching the nations as revealed in the biblical mandate to take the Gospel to the Jews first - Rev. Alex Jacob, CMJ UK.
- Learn how antisemitism within the Church has been a stumbling block to the Jewish people. We’ll also discuss how combating antisemitism today is a practical way for Christians to show our love for our Jewish neighbors - Tuvya Zartesky, Jews for Jesus.
- Consider how you and your church can get started in reaching your Jewish friends and relatives - Rev. Philip Bottomley, CMJ USA.
Recorded at the New Wineskins conference, September 2022.