Author: Jesse Rojo
Jesse Rojo is the Constituent Relations Director of the Philos Project. Jesse graduated summa cum laude from Hyles-Anderson College & Seminary with a BA in Theological Studies, and for the past 5 years has served in various multicultural and multigenerational ministries. A native Spanish-speaker, Jesse feels a special calling to work among Latino communities and inner city youth both in the US and the Dominican Republic. He enjoys autobiographies, the Biblical text, and anything written by Charles Spurgeon or Martyn Lloyd Jones.
Hispanic Attitudes Toward Israel: Six Takeaways From The Philos Project Public Opinion SurveyThursday, June 22, 2017
The results of a public opinion survey that asked Christian Hispanic-Americans a series of questions about Israel and the Jewish people.
Still Searching for a Gospel Response Toward All RefugeesMonday, February 27, 2017
Why – in the search for a gospel answer to the refugee crisis – is complete abandonment the only alternative to prioritizing religious minorities?
How the Reformation Improves My Engagement With the Middle EastFriday, October 28, 2016
As we celebrate the Reformation on Oct. 31, let’s take into consideration these three ways in which we can reform when it comes to the Middle East.
Was Jesus Born in Palestine?Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Many today believe that Jesus was born in the geographical region known as Palestine. But is that claim historically and biblically based?
A Love for Muslims Grounded in TruthFriday, November 27, 2015
The Syrian refugee debate has saturated social media on both sides of the religious and political spectrum with opinions regarding what to do with these expats. But how should Christians respond?
Latin American Immigrants Settle in Israel While Still Preserving Their IdentityWednesday, October 7, 2015
In spite of ongoing hostility in the Middle East, 150,000 Latin American expats living in Israel still have a “life within this dangerous life.”
Hezbollah’s Surprise Target AudienceTuesday, June 9, 2015
Why does Iran have its sights set on Latin America? Could it be that this region is its stepping-stone to the United States?
“God’s Slave” Examines the Cost of Violence in the Name of ReligionThursday, May 7, 2015
“God’s Slave” follows the life of a terrorist and the Israeli operative who is determined to stop him at all costs.
Should Christians be Involved in Politics?Friday, April 10, 2015
When the people of God do not vote or run for office, they are carelessly leaving the fate of future generations in the hands of the wicked and immoral.
Hispanics Need Real News For a Real ViewFriday, March 27, 2015
Given the mainstream media’s persistent bias against Israel, it is no wonder that there is little love for Israel amongst Hispanics.