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In the Vineyard, we believe that God and Jesus are with us today and that the Kingdom of God is here. But, have you ever wondered, if God's kingdom is here, why is there still sickness, pandemics, and evil in this world? On Sunday, one of our Pastors, Gay Narron, explained a phrase we hear in the Vineyard which is, "The Now and the Not Yet". She ex…
 
What word would you use to describe the Holy Spirit? Comforting? Confusing? Powerful? Mysterious? In the Vineyard, we look to build our relationship with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit and we invite the Holy Spirit by saying three words: "Come Holy Spirit". One of our Pastors, Jeff Conner, explains how this makes the Vineyard different than other …
 
Over these next five weeks, we welcome you to discover the Vineyard movement! On Sunday, one of our Pastors, Justin Law, started our new series, “Welcome to the Vineyard”, by looking at two common phrases we use in the Vineyard: "Doin' the Stuff" and "Everyone Gets to Play". Justin shared with us how each phrase invites us to be a part of loving Go…
 
How do you show your generosity? What barriers hinder you from being generous? One of our Pastors, Gay Narron, shared with us some of the false narratives around generosity and how Jesus shows us the true narratives around generosity. When we learn these true narratives, we can what it is like to be a generous community. You can listen to Gay’s mes…
 
How can we be an encouraging community, even in a pandemic? Cortney Heerwald, one of our Lay Pastors, explained how we can do that in her message on Sunday. We can encourage others not just by being there for them and showing our love and support. We can also be an encouraging community by reminding each other who God is and who God has made us to …
 
Do you feel the pain from someone who has wronged you? Do you feel like you constantly miss the mark or fall into sin? Peter Benedict, one of our Pastors, shared the Good News of forgiveness through Jesus Christ and how we are called to be a forgiving community as well. You can listen to Pete’s message below. You can also watch Pete’s message by cl…
 
Even when we aren't in the middle of a pandemic and a divisive election year, there are still many things that can divide us. So, how are we as Christians supposed to handle disagreements and those things that threaten to divide us? One of our Lay Pastors, Scott Oakman, talked about those things and how we can be a Christ-Centered community. To wat…
 
In Jesus' ministry, he served others, and we are called to do the same. So, what does it look like to be a serving community? Where are you being a service to others? Paul guided us through the answers to these questions during his sermon on The Good and Beautiful Community: The Serving Community. There were some technical difficulties on Sunday, s…
 
What marathon are you running right now? What hill do you need to climb? No matter what you are dealing with in your life, God sees you and has hope for you. Our hope is that Jesus is alive! God isn’t removed from us. God has come down among us, and lived with us so that we will KNOW what God is like. One of our Pastors, Peter Benedict, talked abou…
 
Are you peculiar? Have you ever witnessed a follower of Jesus being peculiar in a good way? As we enter into the first message of our The Good and Beautiful Community sermon series, one of our Pastors, Justin Law, showed us how Jesus gathers changed individuals together and makes us a part of a "peculiar community". He showed us how we are called t…
 
As we end our series on The Good and Beautiful Life, Peter Benedict, one of our Pastors, guided us through the final verses of the Sermon on the Mount. We learned three warnings that Jesus gave us and how we can stand strong, like a house built on solid rock. You can watch Pete’s message by clicking one of the two buttons below. You can also listen…
 
The Good and Beautiful Life, by James Bryan Smith, defines judgement as “making a negative evaluation of someone without standing in solidarity with them”. When have you experienced being judged? Where do you struggle with judging others? How does Jesus encourage us to not judge others? Pete talked through these topics in his sermon on Sunday. To w…
 
Matthew 6:27 says, "Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?" On Sunday, one of our Lay Pastors, Barbara Pelletier, led us in the next topic of our The Good and Beautiful Life sermon series: learning to live without worry. She talked about what worry is, what Jesus says about it, how it affects us, and what we can do about it.…
 
What is the connection between happiness and learning to live without greed? What does Jesus tell us about living without greed? One of our Pastors, Peter Benedict, answers these questions and shares encouragement and love from God as we learn to living without greed. To watch Pete’s message, click on one of the two buttons below. You can also list…
 
We finish off our Living in the Tension sermon series by talking about immigration. The Bible clearly shows that God calls us the love the foreigner among us, so how are we to show that love to the immigrants we meet? Pete answered this question and showed us where in the Bible God calls us to love the immigrant in his message on Sunday, September …
 
No one can deny that we are in a very tense election season right now. So, how can we live in that tension and still display God’s Kingdom here on earth? One of our Pastors, Justin Law, answered that question during his message on Sunday. Due to technical difficulties, we were only able to record the audio for this sermon. You can find that audio b…
 
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