We Are Vineyard- Walking with a Limp

If you read the New Testament, you can’t help but know who the Apostle Paul is. He wrote most of it, was one the Church’s earliest leaders, a Pharisee with a miraculous conversion, and responsible for starting countless new churches throughout the Mediterranean. I don’t know if you do this or not, but when I’m […]

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We Are Vineyard- Come As You Are

Have you ever noticed how hard it is just getting to church on a Sunday morning? You are tired from the week, and sleeping in sounds so much better than facing the struggle to get to church. There are also all of those chores that didn’t get done yesterday…or you couldn’t do yesterday because you […]

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We are Vineyard: Rescuers of People

A few years ago Lori, Bri, and I were at the Vineyard National Conference in Southern California. One of the “meetings” we attended for church planters took place on Balboa Beach with hippie worship leader and some great food. Bri and a group of teenagers were roaming the beach watching the surfers, playing in the […]

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Today we are continuing our message series We are Vineyard. We have been looking at some of the things that make us different from other churches. Not better than others, just different. We are not the only ones going to heaven; many people are going to get to heaven and discover that all those people […]

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Today, we are continuing our message series We Are Vineyard by looking at one of the most important theological statements of the Vineyard. We say it like this: We are people of the Kingdom. For us, living in 21st Century America where we have elections and vote it may seem like an outdated concept to […]

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Study after study in the last quarter-century reveals that American Christians are increasingly not reading or engaging their Bibles, don’t engage their Bibles, and don’t know their Bibles. A recent Lifeway Study reveals how often people read their Bibles: 19% – Every day 26% – A few times a week 14% – Once a week […]

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What about divorce?

I have the longest running marriage in my family for 3 generations. For the last intact marriage in my family, you have to go back to my Great-Grandparents. When my grandmother got married, she knew my grandfather had problems. He was an alcoholic. He might have cheated on her. But he was hardworking, she loved […]

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