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with Rabbi Jason Sobel

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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    Teaching Moments from Rabbi Jason Sobel

    "I have read the Bible many times over, done Bible studies, and ask a lot of questions. I received answers that were somewhat satisfying but I still wasn’t fully understanding things. Look out because here comes Rabbi Sobel! Everything came to light! Now I see the Bible much more clearly. My love for the Messiah is deeper and richer than ever before."

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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?

    Walking with Rabbi Jesus

    Learn with Rabbi Jason

    Jesus’ death and resurrection hold the key to our victory. As our sacrificial lamb, He conquered sin on the cross and overcame the power of death when He rose from the dead. But there’s more to the story.

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    Visit Israel with Rabbi Jason for a life-changing experience that will transform the way you understand the Bible. Walk where Jesus walked and see the scripture come together right before your eyes. Have a Road to Emmaus Experience.

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    What about Tashlich? A Story of Forgiveness

    What about Tashlich? In some sense, Tashlich involves the physical act of walking to be next to a body of water as a reenactment and remembrance of the binding of Isaac. Tashlich represents an opportunity for those of us whose lives have been transformed by Yeshua’s sacrificial love to focus on our Messiah’s ultimate expression of surrender on the cross. 

    Ask The Rabbi

    Regarding the Shofar

    Regarding the Shofar: a tool of great potential power. Used with discernment and discretion, it can be a potent spiritual tool. The horn, by itself, obviously is just a horn. Owning one or a thousand of these ancient horns will do nothing for you. The same is true of simply blowing the shofar. In the natural, the shofar will do little more than make noise. However, there is a rich tapestry of meaning in the Scripture relevant to this ancient instrument. As we appropriate these insights by faith, we can imbue the shofar and its sound with spiritual potency. In this context, the shofar can, in some real sense, become like other spiritual tools or “weapons” at our disposal (such as prayer, Scripture, praise, etc.). The shofar blast is only ever as effective as the spiritual sincerity and integrity of the one using it.

    Featured Teachings

    What is Rosh Hashanah?

    What is Rosh Hashanah? As a “new year” celebration, Rosh Hashanah invites us into a new creation—a clean slate, a fresh start, a do-over from anything in our lives that we feel is wasted or unworthy. I believe there is a powerful, prophetic connection between a given year’s number and what sorts of (new) things God wants to do in our lives.

    "The Chosen (Unveiled) enhanced my walk with the Messiah. Rabbi Jason's teachings and commentary have brought even more meaning and depth to both the show and to my faith. It is so very helpful to better understand the Jewish roots of our faith, both for depth and for unity with YHWH's chosen people. Each episode's lesson brings with it an abundance of insight and an expansion of understanding."

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    Your gift will equip me, Rabbi Jason Sobel and Fusion Global, to share the transforming power of the Scriptures through resources designed to facilitate personal growth, clarity, and revelation through the Spirit for believers around the world. Every day we are reconnecting modern faith with its rich roots to better understand God’s creative purposes for us in His coming Kingdom.

    "Am loving this book (The God of the Way)! Just received it and it's very hard to put down. I really enjoyed his first book w/Kathie Lee Gifford and couldn't wait for this one. I really like Rabbi Sobel's writing. It's easy to understand and adds to my understanding of the Jewish background. Helps so much in understanding my Bible.
    Thank you Rabbi Sobel and Kathie Lee!"

    R Winston
    God of the Way Rabbi Jason Sobel

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    The God of the Way: A journey into the stories, people, and faith that changed the world forever.

    The much-anticipated follow-up collaboration after The Rock, The Road, and the Rabbi from Kathie Lee Gifford and Rabbi Jason Sobel.

    Biblical Calendar 5783

    Experience the intersection of the holidays, history, and scripture in ways that make your faith come alive.

    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.