At a wedding in Cana, Jesus didn't just turn water into wine. He turned it in really good wine. Where is he doing the same in your life?
When did you decide to follow Jesus? What can the stories about how the disciples decided to follow Jesus tell us about our own story? Pastor Michael Raburn shares.
Pastor Michael Raburn shares from John 1 on John the Baptist and how he saw his role in preparing the way for Jesus.
Michael Raburn continues sharing from the first chapter of John’s Gospel on what it means for Jesus to shine a light on our darkness.
Michael Raburn kicks off our new sermon series on the Gospel of John. Sometimes so important happens that we have to start the story over again from the beginning.
Michael Raburn shares on the classic Vineyard 5-step prayer model, with a demonstration from our kids!
Leah Galione shares from her experience of the power of stillness in prayer.
Michael Raburn shares a reflection on the Lord's Prayer and its centrality for us today.
Jacob and Jackie Larson share about gaining peace through prayer and their discovery of Ignatian practices.
Brent Henderson shares on the difficulty of praying on our own steam and how God teaches us to pray.
Poet Kayla Beth Moore shares on the connections between prayer and poetry.
Bill Galione shares how his thinking and practice of prayer have changed from his childhood to the present.
Michael Raburn introduces our new series on Prayer with some thoughts on what prayer isn't.
Michael Raburn gives us an overview and summary of where our study of Romans has taken us and where we go from here.
Michael Raburn shares some history of the variety of names listed in Romans 16 and how God's Kingdom erases the lines between us.
Michael Raburn shares from Romans 14 on judging one another.
Mike Raburns shares on the connections between Romans 13, submitted to the government, and literacy deficits in East Gainesville.
Michael Raburn shares from Romans 13 on how our mothers shape us
Michael Raburns shares from Romans 11 on religion, ritual, and how easily we turn grace into law.