In this sermon, pastor Luke talked about the practical outworking of love as it relates to forgiving others and asking for forgiveness!
Perhaps one of the most important skills we can learn in order to have healthy relationships is to become better listeners. Looking to James 1:19-27, pastor Luke shared some of details about what being "quick to listen" entails.
In this sermon, pastor Dawn shares thoughts on what love and hospitality mean in regard to healthy relationships! Though we live in a social media world, the kingdom of God compels us to live in a far more loving way!
How can we stay faithful to God during times when life just isn’t being fair? In the story of Ruth we see how God works in counter cultural, kingdom ways through His people during times of trials and tribulations! We watch as he weaves his eternal story of redemption through ordinary acts of faithfulness and kindness. Check out pastor Wes' sermon!
The story of Job raises a lot of questions about human suffering, evil, God's sovereignty, etc. But it's also a book of the Bible that demonstrates that wrestling with these questions is okay for followers of Jesus! In this sermon, pastor Luke gives an overview (and we do mean overview!) of Job and then provides three ways to move forward when we face significant hardship.
Life is full of unexpected challenges and we all have experiences that leave us feeling like life isn't fair. How should followers of Jesus think about the challenges of life, tragedies, and losses that we face? In this sermon, pastor Luke tells the story of Joseph in our sermon series, "When Life Isn't Fair."
Pastor Luke, preaching from John 6, finished our series, How to Wreck Your Life (In the Best Way Possible). Luke suggested that the best way to "wreck" your life (for the better) is to center yourself on Jesus and his words.
Continuing our sermon series on how to wreck your life in the best possible way, pastor Luke interviewed Sue and Doug Bauman, the Red Bluff Vineyard's team leaders for outreach and missions!
The Vineyard was pleased to have Niki Wolter as our guest speaker on Sept. 15, 2019! Niki served at the Red Bluff Vineyard as a pastor for three years and then, after a period of discernment and prayer, moved to Alturas, CA to plant the Modoc Vineyard!