"Rabbi Jason. I am new to your ministry. I want you to know what an incredible blessing your ministry has been in my life. In the short time I have listened to your YouTube messages and your Shabbat teaching it has kindled a fire and awakened a new depth in my call. Shabbat Shalom and Leila Tov."


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We enrich our perspective of Yeshua, His teachings, and His disciples by expanding our understanding of prayer and Scripture, including ancient Hebrew and contemporary wisdom informed by the Spirit. This rich perspective impacts our daily lives and the world for His Kingdom.

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    "This was really amazing and exciting...I cannot describe what this has done to my heart, mind, and soul. It is as if I have stepped through a door that I have been trying to push open for quite a long time and discovered aspects of God that have been hidden for so long and revealed to me Yeshuas footprints throughout the entire bible. Thank you so very much...And now on to your next course! Bless you, in every way."

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    Weekly Scripture Study

    As described in Luke 4:14-21, Messiah’s ministry kicked off with giving a public reading of the Jewish scriptures! If the Torah reading was central to the worship of Yeshua and His first-century followers, should it not be central to our worship as well?

    Featured Teachings

    The Passover Lamb is our Risen Lord | Holiday Mirrors

    We see Passover’s "core purpose" in Exodus 13:8, "You are to tell your son on that day saying, 'It is because of what Adonai did for me when I came out of Egypt.'" In a previous "Holiday Mirrors" article, we briefly discussed how communal storytelling finds its zenith in Passover. We can say the same regarding the traditional liturgies of Easter (and the lead-up to it).

    Names of God

    El Shaddai – God Almighty…but there is more

    El Shaddai appears in the Bible seven times, or as just Shaddai an additional forty-one times. English translators typically (and conveniently) render El Shaddai as “God Almighty.” Its meaning is murkier and will require some verbal archaeology to uncover. Moreover, it is one of the few biblical names of God that is virtually absent from the Jewish liturgy, only finding its place when we read Psalm 91:1 in the evening service, “He who dwells in the shelter of Elyon, will abide in the shadow of Shaddai.”


    Winnie The Pooh and Purim

    In Jewish thought, depression is seen to be one of the most dangerous and destructive forces in our spiritual lives. It is a curse that cripples us. Depression can rob us of our ability to love and serve God and others. We are in the midst of the Purim season, which is supposed to be one of the happiest times on the Jewish calendar. It’s a time of great simcha (celebration). Joy is to abound during this holiday and the entire Hebrew month of Adar. Esther 9:22 refers to this time as “the month which was transformed from sorrow to joy.”

    "I love "Tribes!" It is a joy to learn about the Jewish roots of our faith. It truly deepens my walk with Yeshua in a profound way.

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    Passover Seder

    Messiah’s Seder: The comprehensive Passover (Pesach) experience creates a deep sense of connection and a meaningful Passover Seder experience (Jesus’ Last Supper).  I believe the “Messiah’s Seder”—will draw you and yours closer to Yeshua-Jesus during this powerful Passover season and beyond!

    Jason Sobel

    Who is Jason Sobel?

    Raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey, Rabbi Jason Sobel dedicated much of his life to finding truth. After years of seeking and studying, he encountered the Lord and found his true destiny as a Jewish follower of Jesus (Yeshua). Suddenly, all the traditions Rabbi Jason grew up with took on new depth and meaning as God connected ancient wisdom with the teachings of the Messiah.

    He received his Rabbinic ordination from the UMJC (Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations) in 2005. He also has a Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies and a Master of Arts in intercultural studies and is currently founder and president of Fusion with Rabbi Jason, a resource offering insightful teachings reconnecting modern faith with its rich roots.