How do we know God loves us? What evidence do we have? John shares on how God shows us his love throught the things he gave us and what he did on the cross.
Michael starts our new series of messages where we’re taking a long look at the love of God. We want to ask the question: does God Really Love Me? In this message, we explore some of the ways we might answer that question from a biblical perspective.
Many of us struggle with giving and we each have reasons why this is a struggle. Michael confronts this struggle in an both a challenging and encouraging way in this series finale on a Biblical view of generosity.
If someone asked you, why should we give money to the church, what would you say? John helps us look at a bunch of “Reasons to Give” and what the Bible has to say about them.
Michael continues our series on generosity, speaking on the how God’s love lives in perfect tension between grace and truth.
In today’s passage, the Apostle Paul gives Timothy some specific advice for how to pastor the wealthier people in the church at Ephesus. Michael shares about how this pertains to our mixed relationship with wealth and how God is inviting us to more than wealth can provide.
In the scriptures, God regularly invites his people to celebrate what he’s done. In this Vineyard Vision service, Michael shares stories of what God has done in our family this year and some thoughts about where God is leading us in 2019.
Most of us have had very little biblical teaching on the topic of money. Michael shares three common mistakes we make in our attitudes about money and what the bible has to say concerning these attitudes.
Jesus says “do not worry” multiple times in Matthew 6. So why do we worry, especially when it comes to money? John encourages us to experience the freedom that comes with surrendering all our worries, including our money worries, to God.
Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Brian starts our new series on generosity by helping us learn what the Bible has to say about money and its role in our lives.