About

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Jason Soroski is a pastor, writer, and musician who communicates in a way that is meaningful, relevant, and mindful of the small details that we may otherwise overlook in our everyday lives.

Tapping into his experiences as an educator, husband, and homeschooling father of five, he enjoys relating poignant stories from real-life experiences, and is passionate about encouraging others in their faith.

In December 2015 Jason wrote “Just Drop the Blanket”, a blog inspired by a moment he noticed in a Charlie Brown Christmas. This encouraging observation went viral, and created a national conversation about Christ taking away our fears. His writing has been featured by The Gospel Coalition, Lifeway Women, Worship Leader Magazine, and in Kerry and Chris Shook’s 2016 book, “Find Your Miracle”.

Jason holds an M.Ed. from Missouri Baptist University, is a featured contributor to crosswalk.com, and author of A Journey to Bethlehem: Inspiring Thoughts for Christmas and Hope for the New Year. But even with all that stuff, he most enjoys spending time with his family, taking road trips, and going on new adventures whenever he gets the chance.

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10 thoughts on “About

  1. So enjoyed your story about Linus! I love the Peanuts! You are so insightful. What a gift! Merry Christmas!

  2. I am a Queen of a Red Hat Society chapter. I always read some type of story to my ladies at our annual Christmas Brunch that has to do with the reason for the season. I loved your story and would like permission to use it this year with proper credits to you of course. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful observation with us!!

  3. Hi, I would like you to write a guest blog for me ( if you are free! and will work with the topic/topics, I wanted to do something on worship, and re-reading your “about” page brought me a lot of peace ), but I have no idea how to go about setting that up. If you’re interested, please let me know. I blog at christfollower85.wordpress.com

  4. I just read “Just Drop the Blanket”…. have never thought of it since I had never noticed this small detail in the cartoon. It watch posted on my recent Crosswalk email link.

    We love to watch this movie every Christmas so we will be watching for this when we watch this year.

    Great thoughts.

    Glad to hear you and your family are doing well.

    From a fellow RHS (’89) & MBU (’92) alum.

  5. Jason – I loved finding your website and look forward to following your communications. I’m a Kentuckian by birth but went to the University of Missouri in Columbia courtesy of the US Navy. After retiring from the Federal Government I served as campus pastor for four years and still work with our church (www,newlife4me.com) as a volunteer. My wife and I have our resident worship leader living with us and I’ve shared with him your worship philosophy. You guys are on the same page. Anyway, I would like to have permission to reblog your wonderful articles on Linus and his blanket on my own wee blog, http://www.ronfurg.wordpress.com, giving you full attribution and also including a link to your original Crosswalk,com articles and also to your website. Incidentally, I’ve followed Peanuts and Charles Schultz forever it seems and loved The Gospel According to Peanuts book by Robert L. Short. If you have not read it you may wish to check it out. It has been around for years but is still available through Amazon and probably other sources as well. Anyway, blessings to you and your ministry. Ron <

  6. Thanks for reaching out and for sharing your story! Of course you may share this blog. I am familiar with the book, and find it fascinating that so much can be said through a cartoon…Merry Christmas!

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