The Stoll Fire caused a significant amount of loss for the city of Red Bluff. In order to process this event, pastor Luke spent some time talking about suffering and the work of the Spirit, pressing into Psalm 34:18. We also spent time praying together.
In Luke 11:1-13, Jesus teaches on the priorities of prayer and shares how his followers will be both persistent and passionate about God's kingdom and the work of the Spirit! In this sermon, pastor Luke explores the relationship between the Spirit and prayer in a sermon titled, "More prayer, More Holy Spirit; More Holy Spirit, More prayer."
In John 10, Jesus declared that his sheep hear his voice -- so how God does speak to us? The Vineyard was honored to have Krystal Burke share the message on hearing from God as part of our Holy Spirit sermon series! Krystal shared four different ways that God speaks to us and had some wonderful illustrations to go along with it!
For 2,000 years, followers of Jesus have experienced God's grace through water baptism and Communion. In this sermon, pastor Luke explores what the relationship between the Spirit and the Sacraments are.
In Acts 2 we read that after the Holy Spirit was poured out on the Church, the Church was in unity around Jesus and his mission. Yet often times when we speak about the Spirit, we speak only in terms of salvation and empowerment. What about the need to discuss the Spirit's role in the midst of conflict?
The topic of the Baptism of the Spirit has been controversial in recent years. In this sermon, pastor Luke suggests that we should integrate the various approaches on Spirit baptism in an attempt to take all of Scripture as formative and not just a few select verses.
Who is the Holy Spirit? And how is the Holy Spirit active in our lives? In this sermon summary, pastor Luke shares four things about the Holy Spirit that are important for us to know. We had some technical difficulties, so Luke recorded a summary just for you
Luke, one of our pastors, shared a short message on the relationship between the Holy Spirit and water baptism. Building off of Romans 6:1:5, we heard how the Spirit orients followers of Jesus around the death and burial of Christ as well as his Resurrection and newness of life.
Jesus declared that his followers, those whom believe in him, would be given the River of Life -- the Holy Spirit. In this sermon, pastor Luke shared how this applies into the lives of our community. The Spirit's work is dynamic and living and a relationship that Jesus invites us to experience deeply!