Jews For Jesus - Stated Core Values

Stated Core Values

Jews for Jesus describes its core values in the following way:

They commit to:

  • Direct Jewish evangelism as their priority
  • An apostolic lifestyle of availability, vulnerability and mobility
  • Striving for excellence in all that they do
  • Deploying only front-line missionaries who are Jewish or married to Jews
  • Principle-based operations and practice
  • Accountability to their mission family and the body of Messiah
  • Integrity and faithfulness
  • Creativity in their staff
  • Stepping out in courageous faith and taking risks for God.

Understanding that they:

  • are under the authority of God and His word
  • desire to honor Messiah Y'shua and
  • are dependent upon the enabling power of the Holy Spirit

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