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Part 1 - Parashah Bereshit

Genesis 1:26-28; 3:4-5; 4:9, 23-24; 6:1-8; 50:20; Hebrews 1:3

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The media continually tells us that our image is the key to our success in love, job, social standing, etc., etc. But is image really all that important, and if so, why?

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Part 2 - Parashah Noach

Genesis 50:20; Hebrews 1:3; Genesis 6:8-21; 9:13-21; 10:8-12; 11:1-4; Exodus 8:20; Jeremiah 13:10

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Our world is filled with wickedness, just like it was in the days of Noah. Has God turned His back on us? What is God’s highest priority for a rebellious world?


Part 3 - Parashah Lekh Lekha

John 1:45; Luke 24:44; Genesis 11:27-32; 12:1-13; 13:1-9; 14:13-20; 15:1-21; 16:1-2; 17:18-23; 50:20; Matthew 5:17; 26:28; Romans 4:20-5:2

Rabbi Michael Vowell

What in the world is a Suzerain covenant have to do with Israel, and why should I care? A lot! And it affects us all.


Part 4 - Parashah Va-yera

Genesis 18:1, 19, 20-24, 32; Proverbs 21:3; Isaiah 5:7; 64:5-6; 59:15-16; 2 Peter 2:7; Luke 4:16-19; Matthew 5:6; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Acts 2:44-45; 4:34-35

Rabbi Michael Vowell

“For I have made myself known to him so that he will command his sons and his household after him to keep the way of Adonai by doing social justice…” (Gen. 18:19a) What does this mean to us?


Part 5 - Parashah Hayyei Sarah

Genesis 23:13-16; 24:1-9, 12-14, 26-27, 55-56, 61-67; Isaiah 49:22-23; 42:6; 52:5; Joel 3:1-2; John 17:20–23

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Most of us don’t realize how important we are to God.  But if we really think about it, we see him speaking and working through His people throughout scripture. We just need to make ourselves available.