How I became a Jew for Jesus

Laura Barron spent her childhood years in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Rye, New York. Her father was a doctor and her mother was a teacher. Her parents grew up in a tight-knit Jewish community in Dayton, Ohio and had known each other from school. While this could have been an obstacle to hearing the Gospel, in Laura's case it was preparation. She says: "In New York, all of my friends were Jewish and I had never heard anything about Jesus at all. In a way that was beneficial, because I hadn't formed a resistance to Jesus based on ideas about anti-Semitism or feeling that 'Jews just can't be Jewish and believe in Jesus;' I was a tabula rasa - a blank slate." Live chat with us now Also visit: