In 1 Corinthians 13:4-7, the Apostle Paul provides details related to what love looks like on a practical level. In this sermon, pastor Luke shared about how though we struggle as humans to be loving, the gospel reminds us that we are not defined by our inability to be loving, but by God's great love for us. This challenges us and invites us into the ways of the kingdom, centered on love.
In 1 Corinthians 13:1-3, Paul emphasized the eternal value of love, contrasting spirituality without the hallmark of God's kingdom. In this sermon, pastor Luke continued our series on Spiritual Gifts and talked about the context in which we should share and exercise our gifts -- love!
Looking to a passage in 1 Corinthians, pastor Luke explored the implications to our fifth CORE value: pursuing culturally relevant mission in the world.
Vineyard values serve to guide our beliefs and practices! As a community, one of our greatest commitments is toward Experiencing & Worshipping God! We want to encounter God's presence and become lovers of Jesus!
In this sermon, Ryker discusses this important value!
Vineyard values serve to guide our beliefs and practices! Perhaps the most important value we have is Partnering with the Holy Spirit! We work hard to keep our eyes and ears open for what God is doing around us and bless it while joining his work!
In this sermon, pastor Luke begins our new sermon series, CORE, talking about this value!
Engaging with John 5:1-15, Pastor Luke talked about how healing in the Kingdom of God is a holistic enterprise and how Jesus demonstrated this in how he engaged with the lame man at the Pool of Bethesda.