Putty unpacks how the letters to the seven churches in Revelation can reflect our relationship with God. Putty explains that God gently shows us areas in our lives that we are in bondage, but He also shows us that we are not alone in the fight. God has set us free and given us His […]

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Putty explains that Christianity is relational first. How we relate to the trinity is key to how we function as a Christian. As we walk out what it means to Belong, Be and Do it is directly tied into our relationship with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

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This year has been less than predictable which can leave us feeling scared and confused. When things are confusing, we can trust the big picture to God and focus on walking in trust and dependency.

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Putty shows us the importance of valuing the other side. The government of Heaven incarnates itself in the whole political system, not just one side or the other. It can be helpful to not only act on the convictions of our own hearts but to listen with open hearts to the convictions of other to […]

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Putty reminds us that our reality can and should be rooted in the Kingdom of Heaven. The tension we feel is something to press into instead of run from. We have an opportunity as believers to use the input we have into our political process to help our political system get filled up with God. […]

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Putty addresses how essential healing still is even during this pandemic. Healing is a part of our birthright as our Vineyard family. He shares the story of how it is build into the DNA of our church.

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Putty encourages us to not look at twenty-twenty as an inconvenience but more as an opportunity to partner with the Father.

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Putty Putman unpacks how intamacy with a God can be a source of strength. He even walks us through what spending time in solitude and silenceĀ  with God can look like in a practical everyday way.

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Putty Putman shares how to live as Saints Together in an ever-changing world.

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Putty Putman shares how to be the Church in the midst of the situation with the Coronavirus in a message entitled, “Coronachurch.”

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