Arielle Randle | San Francisco

Communications Director

Arielle Randle grew up in a Messianic Jewish family in New York City and New Jersey. She has a bachelor degree in Theater and Writing from Marymount Manhattan College. Together with her husband David, Arielle served for five years as a missionary on the field in the Chicago branch. Now she is a publication editor in our Jews for Jesus international communications department in San Francisco. She is also mom to one young daughter, Yael.

9 Ways to Fight Anti-Semitism
September 16, 2019
Author: Arielle Randle

9 Ways to Fight Anti-Semitism Yehuda Bauer, Israeli historian and scholar of the Holocaust, has suggested in recent years that the Jewish people add three more points to the Ten Commandments: thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, and, above all,...

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You Just Found Out You’re Jewish – 3 Things You Need to Consider
May 8, 2018
Topics: jewish identity
Author: Arielle Randle

You Just Found Out You’re Jewish – 3 Things You Need to Consider In an unexpected plot twist to your life, you just found out you are Jewish. You may or may not already realize that in the twenty-first century this has become quite common. For several reasons, more...

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Is a Messianic Jewish Family an Interfaith Family?
March 21, 2018
Author: Arielle Randle

What is interfaith? Does it describe Messianic Jewish life at all? Is an intermarried family automatically an interfaith family? Read about one mother’s experience, and her research and conclusions here.

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Raised Messianic: An Interview with Robert Goldschmidt
January 3, 2018
Author: Arielle Randle

Raised Messianic: An Interview with Robert Goldschmidt When I first heard the name Robert Goldschmidt, I was not picturing the tall lanky black guy I was introduced to. But Robert perfectly captures the experience of young Jewish people today: we defy stereotypes of...

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Nothing New Under the Sun
Author: Arielle Randle

What Jewish Young Adults Today Have in Common with Their Parents’ Generation, and Why They Are Just as Open to The Gospel by Arielle Randle “How do we reach Millennials?” This is an important question to raise at a time when many people are analyzing the spiritual...

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Bored and Hungry: Why Millennials will be Falling Asleep in Services this Yom Kippur
Author: Arielle Randle

When a third of Jewish Americans born after 1980 describe themselves as having no religion, how many of us will make an appearance at temple for the High Holidays this year?

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