Sample Email to Send to Your Jewish Friends
Please take a moment to visit our completely redesigned website for unsaved Jewish people: www.TheyThoughtForThemselves.com. This is the website address that we give to Jewish people who receive my evangelistic book, They Thought for Themselves.
Let your Jewish friends know about the evangelistic site:
On the homepage of the site, we have a cute animated video that shows how ridiculous it is to let others think for us. We also have video stories of many of the people featured in my book, articles to read, questions and answers and a video in which I tell them how they can know Jesus. After you have had a chance to see the site, please send an email to your Jewish friends and loved ones encouraging them to visit also (see sample below).
Time Is Running Short
We have a short window of God’s mercy to evangelize the Jewish people. Then heavy anti-Semitism will erupt worldwide.
This is a perfect time to email your Jewish friends. You can copy and paste my suggested wording below for your email. Be sure to fill in your friend’s name at the beginning and your name at the end! You may want to change some of the wording or add a personal message.
Below is a sample email to send to your Jewish friends
Recently, I saw something that made me think of you. It was a very interesting website that I visited for the first time: www.TheyThoughtForThemselves.com.
This website shares the stories of ten amazing Jewish people. These stories are featured in a book recommended by the Atlanta Jewish Times. And the website was promoted through the New York Times website.
Coming from a wide spectrum of backgrounds and ranging in upbringing from atheist to Orthodox, from a Ph.D. to a holocaust survivor, one thing they all had in common — they knew that there must be something more to life. They felt a void and dared to search for that missing part for themselves.
With the world in such turmoil, I urge you to give that website a click. You can even order a free copy of a book that features the ten stories.
Whenever you get a chance, please email me and let me know what you think.