Things don’t always go as planned. So what do you do when you discover your future is not what you hoped for? Daniel went from exile to national hero to one of Israel's greatest prophets on foreign soil. None of this was as he planned but it was all according to God's plan. But he wasn't great just because of his power or influence. He was great because of where he'd learned to place his hope. People are excited to study the life and prophecies of one of Israel's greatest prophets.


Part 1 - Going Rogue

Jeremiah 9:1; 31:15; Daniel 7:13-14; 12:1-2; 1:1-21

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Daniel is one of the most important prophetic books in the Tanakh. Over the next several weeks Rabbi Michael will take us on a journey of discovery starting now with the historical context and just what makes Daniel the original Rogue One.


Part 2 - The King's Dream

Daniel 2:46-49; 2:1-45; 7:13-14; Luke 21:24-28

Rabbi Michael Vowell

How does a young Jewish exile get elevated to the very top of King Nebuchadnezzar’s pagan government? Rabbi Michael begins his answer in a very strange time and place – Kobe Japan 1942.


Part 3 - The King's Image

Daniel 2:49; 3:1-30; Jeremiah 29:4-7; Revelation 13:11-18; 15:1-4

Rabbi Michael Vowell

When God has big business to get done in the world, allegiance always gets the contract. As we begin chapter three of Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar has order the people to worship a statue of himself. What could possibly go wrong?