Albert Huisjen was a missionary who devoted his career to the denomination’s outreach to the Jewish Community. In 1923, he was appointed to the Chicago Jewish Mission of the Christian Reformed Church. The materials in this collection document his outreach efforts. These materials include sermons written in both English and Yiddish, correspondence, reports, articles, and essays.
This collection is notable in that it provides evidence of the strategies used in mission work to other religions. This collection contains studies and analyses of outreach efforts that were used to strategize field mission work. Several Messianic bible study lesson plans are also included in this collection. This collection also contains correspondence which documents the dismissal of the Jewish Evangelism Committee in 1977.
Sermons and essays concerning Jewish evangelism given both to the Jewish and Christian communities are included in this collection.