Julie gently reminds us of Jesus’ command, to love our enemies. In times like these is can be hard to know how to love our enemies. Our differences in opinions with others are becoming harder and harder to ignore. God is not asking us to ignore these differences but instead, make a consious decision die […]
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.
Happy invites us to take a deep look at who God is and who we are in result of who He is. When we do this we start to be reminded of God’s promises and how faithful He has been and will be.
Have you been feeling the same lack of reading the Bible as a lot of us have in this season? Many times we can forget how the living Word of God got to us, Di remind us of the significance of the Bible and how we can see it in a fresh way.
Clay reminds us that the church is not a building. This is essential to remember during the time that we are in. We can still be the church and pour into our community even when we can’t meet in person.
Daniel encourages us to become peacemakers. As we seek to become a person of peace, humility is a key part of that. We need to be willing to not just talk but listen. He explains that humility is not thinking less of yourself but thinking of yourself less. God will give you the wisdom to […]
Brandon explains how our callings are not just a destination but a journey. Our calling can come from the most unexpected places. When we step into our calling Jesus will help us do what we cannot.
Tell the Story is simply that, watch as members of Leah’s church group share their story of how they came to know the Father’s love. Each story is unique but relatable on so many levels.
We can often times feel the pressure to give up in the middle of trials. Samuel and Keirstyn challenge us to press in during that time. When we think the story is over, God is not finished yet!
Mike explains that when we take time to listen to the Father, He helps us with our thoughts and emotions which we were never meant to manage alone. In those moments, Holy Spirit can remind us of our identity and give us wisdom in situations outside of our understanding.