January 28, 2020
In this prophetic and timely reminder of what worship is, pastor Luke built on John 15:1-14 and reminded us about why worship is such a transformative, dangerous, and risky space for the "friends of God" to enter into.
January 20, 2020
As we continue to ask, What is worship?, pastor Luke preached from John 4 and shared thoughts toward developing a posture of worship that is rooted in an understanding of who God is and what He has done for us. Along the way, we learn about why Jesus' interaction with the Samaritan woman was so controversial and why we should all be like that Samaritan woman!
June 24, 2018
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.
May 29, 2018
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."
May 22, 2018
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!
May 7, 2018
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.
May 1, 2018
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?