An Israeli university student recently invited two OM team members into his home. The team members introduced themselves and said they wanted to talk with him about Jesus. “I’m an atheist,” he said, “but you’re welcome to tell me about Him.” After 15 minutes of talking, the university student explained that he had to leave for an appointment, but said, “It’s good what you are doing. You should tell others about Jesus.” He gave them his phone number and one of the team members plans to follow up with him.

The team reflected on the meeting, sharing that while door-to-door evangelism may not be comfortable, each outreach is finding at least one divine conversation like this in the home of an Israeli. Moreover, this outreach is being done in English. Because of the many new immigrants, opportunities are plentiful to visit the homes of those who speak Russian, German, French or other languages. READ MORE