Last week Jewish Israel received complaints that the Raanana shopping areas and Raanana junction were being plagued by missionaries. That’s because Jews for Jesus has launched a massive missionary campaign in Tel Aviv and the surrounding towns.
Arutz 7 is reporting that the missionaries' latest gimmick is the placing of thousands of "traffic tickets" on cars. Only when the worried driver turns over the "ticket" does he or she see its true message: "You can relax; someone has paid the fine in your place… He’s called Yeshua [Jesus]…"
In reaction to increased proselytizing in the center of the country Yad l’Achim director Rabbi Shalom Lifshitz said, "Now is the time to demand a change to the missionary law, and to put a stop to this wild, criminal missionary activity that leads to tragic results."
Meanwhile, the missionary organization Chosen People Ministries has been active in Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Netanya, Ashkelon and Sderot…
How do you solve a problem like Maria?
Chosen People Ministries have just announced that missionary Maria is Jerusalem-bound and will be joining up with the "outreach"team of Rachel, Robynne, Erin, Aletha, Chelsey, Cynthia, Kristin, Rachel, Sarah, Daniel. They complete their "mission" in Israel on June 23.
Bought dentures and brought to jesus
Chosen Peoples' Missionary "Maxim K. ministers to more than 70 Holocaust survivors in the city of Sderot." Recently Maxim and his co-worker Eugene helped one elderly Jew buy new dentures and in the process brought him to Jesus (it seems they're still working on his wife).
Waiter, there’s a jesus in my soup
Read more about Chosen People Ministries messianic centers, gospel Café, soup kitchens, rehab centers, clothing distribution centers and church planting efforts here in Israel . Remember, "Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same."
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