Robyn Wilk heads up the South Florida branch of Jews for Jesus. She grew up in a conservative Jewish home in New York, relocating to Kansas with her family at the age of 12. At Wichita State University, a Christian roommate told her that Jesus was the Jewish Messiah. After asking God to show her the truth, even though she did not want the truth to be Jesus, she came to believe that Jesus is the Messiah. When she completed a master’s degree in music performance from the University of Michigan, Robyn joined the Liberated Wailing Wall—Jews for Jesus’ music and drama team—where she sang, played the flute, and served as the music director. Before coming to Florida, she spent five years directing the Jews for Jesus missionary training program in New York City. Prior to that, Robyn spent 12 years working at the San Francisco branch of Jews for Jesus where she formed and led the “Jews for Jesus Singers” team, a local version of the Liberated Wailing Wall; she ultimately ended up leading the San Francisco branch. Robyn also holds a master’s degree in missiology/Jewish studies from Fuller Theological Seminary.