Barry Rubin began trusting Yeshua after attending a “Messiah Our Passover” presentation in 1973.
Later that same year, Barry began sharing the Messiah with God’s chosen people. He was responsible for starting an outreach in Chicago while attending seminary. He headed a messianic music team, developed and conducted training programs, and now serves as rabbi of the oldest messianic Jewish congregation in the US (founded in 1915).
Rabbi Rubin is president and publisher of the largest messianic Jewish publishing and distributing organization in the world. He has published the Complete Jewish Bible, God’s Appointed Times, Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church, and many similar books.
He is also the author of several books, including: You Bring the Bagels; I’ll Bring the Gospel: Sharing the Messiah with Your Jewish Neighbor (used in bible colleges and seminaries, and for training Jewish missionaries), The Sabbath: Entering God’s Rest (instrumental in launching Messianic Judaism in Africa), The Messianic Passover Haggadah (the most widely used book for messianic Passover Seder dinners), and Dedicate and Celebrate: A Messianic Jewish Guide to Hanukkah (which has helped tens of thousands of Christians celebrate this “Jewish” holiday).
He has also written for a number of magazines, and was the publisher of Messianic Jewish Life magazine, the publication of the International Messianic Jewish Alliance. He is listed in Who’s Who in Religion and Who’s Who in the East. He has been an officer of Jewish New Testament Publications and is a sought-after national and international conference speaker.
Rabbi Rubin has spoken in thousands of churches across the country, speaking on such subjects as Messiah Our Passover, The Feasts of Israel and the Plan of God, How to Share the Messiah With Your Jewish Neighbor, Jewish Roots Message, Israel in Prophecy, From Meditation to Messiah, and many other messages on the Jewish roots of our faith.
For more information on Rabbi Rubin and his ministry, visit www.messianicjewish.net/about.shtml.