Michael Raburn shares from the book of Revelation of how we must de-center ourselves and put Jesus at the center of our reading of Scripture - as well as at the center of our spiritual journey.
Michael Raburn shares on the letters to the seven churches in Revelation and their meaning for us today.
Michael Raburn kicks off our series on the book of Revelation! No tin foil hats required.
Arty Hart shares about the ongoing activity of the Holy Spirit in the church and how we must keep ourselves open to it.
Michael Raburn shares a message on Pentecost and its meaning for the church and the Gainesville Vineyard.
Michael and Amy Raburn share on God our Mother.
Michael Raburn shares in the last part of our Jesus Eraser series on the story of Job and what it teaches us.
Michael Raburn shares more on what Job can teach us on how to read scripture and follow Jesus.
Preaching from Job, Michael shares how the theology of Job's friends is alive and well today and how we must put our faith in Jesus alone.
Michael Raburn shares on the difficulties of ridding ourselves of the image of God as an old cranky man.
Michael Raburn shows how the book of Job contrasts with and points us to the theology of Jesus and the radical image of God he presents.
Jared Boyd shares on how our image of God affects how we live in the world and treat one another.
Amy Raburn shares on the connections that bind us together as a community in our Vineyard DNA series.
Michael Raburn shares how our church community must be a safe space for honest sharing and honest questions.
Henry Jalsa shares as part of our 'Vineyard DNA' series.
Brent Henderson shares in our Vineyard DNA series on living in the 'radical middle' as we learn and practice the Kingdom life.
Michael Raburn shares on how true community requires honestly and lovingly facing conflict rather than avoiding it.
Michael Raburn shares how becoming people who tell each other the truth is crucial for the DNA of our community.