Writer | Speaker | Holy Land Tour Leader
Justin Kron is a frequent speaker at churches and campus ministry gatherings on topics related to the Jewish heritage of the Christian faith, the history of Christian anti-Semitism, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and building bridges with the Jewish community. He loves helping audiences get acquainted with Jesus in his Jewish context and applying the wisdom of the Bible to their everyday lives.
Justin leads the Kesher Forum, an inter-denominational monthly gathering for those who are interested in learning more about Jewish culture and building bridges with their Jewish friends and neighbors. He is also the founding director of eXperience Israel, a short-term ministry and spiritual pilgrimage program for young adults, and has led over 20 tours to the Holy Land for groups of all ages. At present he is producing Hope In The Holy Land, a documentary film project on the Israel-Palestinian conflict (scheduled for release in 2019).
Justin and his wife, Judy, have three children, and are members at the North Shore congregation of Willow Creek Community Church in Glenview, Illinois where Justin serves on the Leadership Advisory Council. Justin also studied at the Moody Theological Seminary in Chicago and is gratefully no longer waiting for the Cubs to win the World Series.
Justin’s time with us was off the beaten path. He took us down the road toward the endless immensity that is God, with a stream of thought provoking teaching. —Member at Grace Bible Church, Adell, WI
Justin’s presentation was professional, yet very easy to understand, with a sprinkling of humor, but also a reverent worshipful attitude. —Rev. Darrell M. Dunlap, Senior Pastor at Christ Community Church, San Diego, CA
Click here to see a listing of the messages and presentations that Justin frequently gives, along with a list of all of the churches he has spoken at.
Justin has been a guest on:
- Chris Fabry Live!
- Karl & Crew Mornings (90.1FM Chicago)
- The Land & The Book
- Let’s Talk with Mark Elfstrand (1160AM Chicago)
- Open Line with Michael Rydelnik