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Living for a Change


Living for a Change


PART 1 - PORTRAITS FOR A CHANGE

John 16:7Genesis 1:2Micah 3:8Psalm 96:5-8Isaiah 63:12-14Ezekiel 39:29Luke 3:21-224:1

Rabbi Michael Vowell

There is a kind of living that we can do that can take us only so far. It can great temporary successes financially, relationally, morally and even societally but ultimately it is a life that is fleeting, like a vapor, like a breath that is here today and gone tomorrow. Because sin, Satan and this world it seems like this is the only kind of life that is available. This message will look at some key portraits from the Hebrew Bible to see how to start living for a change.


PART 2 - ADVOCATE FOR A CHANGE

John 14:15-231 John 2:1-2

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The last night Yeshua was with His disciples He gave them some starting and amazing news. He was going to leave them but not abandon them. He was going to return to Heaven but not leave them alone. He promised to send them another advocate. In this message we explore why it is so important that this "second" advocate dwells richly in our hearts.


PART 3 - SEEING FOR A CHANGE

Ephesians 5:18John 16:5-15

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Many fantasize about super powers. But do you realize that with the Holy Spirit's supernatural power is available to each of us? When you allow God’s Spirit to indwell you, He will introduce you to a spiritual realm most people only dream of.


PART 4 - POWER FOR A CHANGE

1 Corinthians 12:1-7Matthew 7:21-23Acts 19:13-20

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The people of Corinth wanted the rewards of the Holy Spirit, but they were going about it the wrong way. There are two major requirements to receive more of what the Spirit has to offer.


PART 5 - GIFTS FOR A CHANGE

Ruth 2:12-131:16-173:7Genesis 19:4-58Deuteronomy 23:4-5Ruth 1:13:7Genesis 38:182537:3226Ruth 3:9-13Leviticus 23:17Ruth 4:18-22Acts 2:121417-18Joel 2:24-3:1

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The Bible is filled with riches we often miss because we fail to read it from a Jewish perspective.  The book of Ruth is such a treasure trove.  Join us Rabbi Michael reveals its amazing relevance to the feast of Sukkoth.


PART 6 - GIFTS FOR A CHANGE PART 2

Romans 12:3-8; Galatians 3:2-3

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Judaism teaches that a person can experience the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, but to do so requires a lot of devotional capital. But what does the Bible teach? Join us as Rabbi Michael compares the teaching in Mishnah to Paul’s letter to the Romans.


PART 7 - The Fruit of the Spirit

Galatians 5:13-26; 2 Corinthians 3:6; Romans 7:14; 8:4; Numbers 14:1-7

Rabbi Michael Vowell

In this close to his series on Paul’s letter to the Galatians, Rabbi Michael focuses on chapter 5:13-26 and how our relationship with the Ruach HaKodesh is the key to truly walk in the Fruit of the Spirit.

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Personal Stories


Personal Stories


God Seeking Me

Everything that exists had a starting point . . . including you. You may have started on purpose. You may have started by accident (from your parent’s perspective). You may even have started through the magic of medical science. Whatever the circumstances, you had a starting point and it began before you were aware of it.

Physical life is one of many starting points. Your formal education had a starting point. Your career had a starting point. Your romantic life had a starting point. Your experience as a parent had a starting point.

Faith has a starting point as well. What you will find below are the stories of various Jewish and non-Jewish people who discovered that God was seeking them personally and privately.  What initially seemed like coincidences or the hand of destiny upon further reflection was revealed to be, "God seeking me!"

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Natalie's Story


Natalie's Story


Natalie

Born to a Jewish dad and Irish mom, Natalie was raised Catholic with an appreciation for her Jewish roots.

 
 
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Zach's Story


Zach's Story


Zach

An army veteran, a professional in his field, from a mixed Jewish family, brought up in a strong faith environment, Zach one day discovered  God was seeking him in a very personal way that would change his life forever.

 
 
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Ali's Story


Ali's Story


Ali

An accomplished author of children's books before graduating high school, raised in a Jewish home, brought up in a reform synagogue, with loving Jewish grandparents and parents, Ali discovered that God was seeking her in the most unlikely of situations.

 
 
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Nathan's Story


Nathan's Story


Nathan

Nathan is a natural born writer and philosopher.  By age 16, this young Jewish protege had already begun drafting his first novel. He traveled around the Carribean and South Texas until one day he had an epiphany standing in his kitchen staring at a bowl of rice pudding.  An epiphany that launched him out on a journey that he thought would end in the publication of his first novel until...you don't want to miss the end of Nathan's story.