Part 1 - Must-Have Vision

Colossians 1:24-2:5; Acts 26:12-18

Rabbi Michael Vowell

We all look at the same things but we don't see things the same way. But Our Heavenly Father sees things perfectly and wants to guide us through the dark places of our lives. Join us in this new series as we learn how to see as God sees and experience Messiah's victory.


Part 2 - A Unified Motivational Core

Colossians 2:6–7; Colossians 4:14; 2 Timothy 4:9–10

Rabbi Michael Vowell

What grabs your attention? Is it the type of thing you want for your son or your daughter? We need our attention drawn to the Messiah, because if He has our attention then He influences our vision and that determines our direction and ultimate destination. Join us as we continue our journey through Colossians.


Part 3 - Don’t Give Up a Chance for Peace of Mind

Colossians 1:3–8

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Choose your treasure wisely because your peace of mind lies there.


Part 4 - The Most Powerful Faith Ever Starts Here

Colossians 1:9–14

Rabbi Philip Lanning

The most powerful faith ever always starts here: God is conducting a rescue operation for you.


Part 5 - Sovereignty: It’s Why There is No Real Competition

Colossians 1:15–20

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The reason why there will never be any real competition or threat to faith in the Messiah is this one statement: He is the Sovereign Lord.


Part 6 - Built for Engagement on an Epic Scale

Colossians 1:21–23

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Our faith is active and designed for use, for engagement on an epic scale.


Part 7 - You Will Not Be Nudged

Colossians 2:8–10

Rabbi Michael Vowell

A powerful idea delivered well can derail the most religious but it will never derail the person connected to the ultimate source of authority.


Part 8 - You Will Not Be Nudged - Part 2

Colossians 1:28-2:5

Rabbi Michael Vowell

This week we continue into this second part of the message "you will not be nudged" as we look at Col 1:28-2:5. We will continue where we left off and see that because the Messiah is the treasure of you heart, whatever is coming against you, no matter how weary you are, with the help of other sold-out believers you will not be nudged from your messianic Hashkafa.


Part 8 - All-Sufficient Savior

Colossians 2:11–15

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Lehman Strauss says, “A careful study of the Scriptures will convince you that Yeshua is all you need. Messiah is an all-sufficient Savior for an insufficient sinner.” Join us for a careful study.


Part 9 - Filled to All Fullness

Colossians 2:8-10

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Are the gifts of the Spirit really a thing of the past? What comes next after knowing the limitless, inexhaustible, all-sufficient Messiah who has no concluding point? What's Next? Come see.

 


Part 11 - Everything is Different In Him

Colossians 2:11-12

Rabbi Michael Vowell

Although it culminates with the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, where does trust in God really begin? For most of us it’s starts with the testimony of someone who has had a personal encounter with the Living God.


Part 12 - A Landmark Decision

Colossians 2:13-15

Rabbi Michael Vowell

God made a landmark decision to reconcile us to Himself through the death of the Messiah and seven divine actions on our behalf.


Part 13 - THE Futility of Religion vs. The Finality of the Messiah

Colossians 2:16–23

Rabbi Michael Vowell

The Messiah offers total peace of mind but the gravitational pull of legalism is always toward anxiety and doubt.


Part 14 - THE Transformed Mind

Colossians 3:1-4

Rabbi Michael Vowell

As followers of the Messiah we are told to seek things above by setting our minds on Yeshua (Colossians 3:1-4). But from the Jewish perspective, those words have a much broader meaning than the Greek text implies.


Part 15 - The Fight

Colossians 3:5-11

Rabbi Michael Vowell

When does saying “Not my problem” become “My problem?” For the believer it starts as soon as we surrender our lives to our Messiah Yeshua. Suddenly we enter a battle; so we’d better learn how to win a victory.


Part 16 - Stronger Together

Colossians 3:12-17

Rabbi Michael Vowell

One of the greatest threats to self-centered leaders is a people that exhibit the qualities found in Colossians 3:12-13. So threatening are they that they are worthy of the death penalty.