Journeys of Faith


Exploring the stories of Jewish disciples of Jesus



Stephen Pacht

“Growing up in Manchester, I was different – my parents came from Vienna. Whilst studying at Bristol Uni I came face-to-face with the reality of God. I went from the smart suits of a Chartered Accountant to live in France for 14 years and London for five years. I am presently living in Geneva, Switzerland with my wife Deborah and our four children.”



Julia Pascoe

“I’m a Londoner with a voice and a guitar - and my faith makes me sing. I grew up knowing I was Jewish, knowing there was a God, but for some reason I wasn’t allowed to mention Jesus. My mum died when I was 16 and the bottom fell out of my life. I searched in the occult, in lots of places, but in my 20s cried out to God for help - and he answered. A friend told me about Jesus - that he is the Messiah. I was challenged, excited and scared - but I knew it was true.”



Ziggy Rogoff

“I am named after my grandmother's father who perished in the Holocaust. My name stands as a monument to the memory of the millions of Jews who were murdered for no other reason than that they were Jewish. Apart from his daughter (my grandmother) my grandmother's father, his family, and his entire Jewish community of 885 Jews in Slovakia were deported to Auschwitz. None were to return…” Read More »