Part 1 - Application is Everything

(Jacob) James 1:21-25

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Have you ever noticed it is easier to educate a doer than to activate a thinker? Have you ever felt that although you know what Torah says, you chose not to do it? Join us as we learn that "Application is Everything."


Part 2 - The Honor App

Deuteronomy 5:16; Leviticus 19:2-4

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Many people think the fifth commandment is simply a command giving parents the right to punish a disobedient child. The original intent of this command and the scope of its application has far great implications. Discover the rewards and dangers related to "honoring your father and mother” in this vitally important message for such a time as this.


Part 3 - The Truthfulness App

Numbers 16:1-3, 8-15, 32-33

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The goal of the truth is not smarter people, but trustworthy people. Truthfulness is essential for any family, faith or society to flourish, but sometimes people who are considered trustworthy are not truthful. The difference is important to understand. Join us to see how the Bible differentiates.


Part 4 - The Purity App

Numbers 25:1-12

Rabbi Michael Vowell

What is purity? Purity is a life structured upon God’s will, word, and way. One person has said, “The only alternative to purity is idolatry.” The battle for our purity is all around us and our children are the most vulnerable. Join Rabbi Michael as he helps equip us for the victory.


Part 5 - The Rest App 1 of 2

Exodus 20:8-11

Rabbi Michael Vowell

With the command for a Sabbath rest for all people, slaves and slave owners alike, the fourth commandment set a whole new paradigm for any people group in the ancient Near East. With it, God established a value for all living creatures. Join us to learn some of its myriad ramifications.


Part 6 - The Rest App 2 of 2

Matthew 11:28-30; 12:3-4, 8, 10-13

Rabbi Michael Vowell

What did Yeshua say about the Shabbat command? In this message, we will say that Yeshua continues to promote the Shabbat rest but says it must be measured by mercy.


Part 7 - The Headship App

1 Corinthians 11:16, 3-7; John 14:7; 5:10

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Walking in the role God assigned you does not make you unequal in God’s eyes. Join us as Rabbi Michael shows how the relationship between our Yeshua and His Father exemplifies the relationship between husband and wife.


Part 8 - The Generosity App

Deuteronomy 28:16-19; 27:14-20; 28:47; 26:3

Rabbi Michael Vowell

In this last message of the Torah App series Rabbi Michael tackles what may make some of us uncomfortable… Generosity. No, this is not about tithing. It is about how we understand God’s attitude toward all He has given us.