Ever thought you could compare your faith to sushi? Probably not, but tune in to see what sushi grade faith you have…
Finishing the Vineyard series – what’s the purpose of our vineyard? The purpose of any vineyard really? To produce great wine reflecting the glory of its owner. And that’s our goals as a believer too… To reflect and point to the Glory of God and to follow Him to the ends of the earth. “Follow […]
Continuing our Vineyard series looking at the parallels of the life of a believer to the life of a vineyard; this week looks at the “grape to bottle” process. The crushing that happens with salvation and opening of our flesh to the light of the Son. The pressing of being discipled into transformation and the […]
Continuing in the Vineyard series, comparing the life of a believer to the life cycle of a vineyard…. Second critical process to establish during years 3-5 of the Vineyard, is cleaning in preparation of the upcoming harvest. No one wants to drink the wine produced in a dirty barrel. No one wants to find out […]
Years 3-5 of a Vineyard, the vine dressing is critical. That means pruning will happen. But who does the pruning is key to future fruit production. The vine can’t prune itself, it needs the skillful hands of the Vine Dresser. Did you know anxiety comes from trying to control everything? Did you also know you […]
Did you know that there are two things that are critical to the success of a vineyard that must happen in the first three years from planting? First – a strong root system must be established (listen to last week’s session “Vineyard – Rooted in Jesus”), and the vine branches must become thoroughly entwined to […]
In Part 2 of Vineyard (where we look at the life of a believer in relation to a vineyard); we take a deep look at the root system. Did you know the first three years of a vineyard are devoted to establishing a strong root system? Without it, the vines will never be able to […]
This Sunday starts the beginning of a new series titled “Vineyard”, a look at the life of a believer through the life of a vineyard. It starts with Jesus’ first miracle…. water to wine. Yet, did you know that’s not the real miracle in the story? Tune in to hear what the REAL miracle was.
What is a counting comma? It’s the comma that adds volume to numbers. That demonstrates exponential growth! 1,000…10,000…100,000… A comma (pause) with God brings exponential growth to our lives.
The Oxford comma represents commas separating a list in a sentence. “I will bring a sweatshirt, blanket, and thermos of hot chocolate to the football game.” The best part of an Oxford comma is the possibility of more, of an extra comma before the “and”. That’s the best part of a “comma” or “pause” with […]
Don’t mistake a period, for a comma. Feel like your in a pit, done, facing a finish like. God is working on you, not finished with you. Don’t let the enemy steal your comma – stop the dream, derail your purpose, or steal your fruitfulness. Stay in the comma (pause) and see God reveal your […]
Ever feel like life is one long run-on sentence? Unclear, confusing, frustrating, and never-ending? That’s what it feels like to live out life without pausing with God to understand your purpose. The good news is it’s never too late to correct your sentence and give place to that missing comma.
Isn’t it annoying to try and read a sentence with a bunch of misplaced commas? It makes it so difficult to read, understand, and throws off the cadence. In the same way the enemy of our soul will try to throw a bunch of un-purposeful distractions our way, to keep us from taking or recognizing […]
Sometimes God will place an intentional comma in our lives to work out our purpose. Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do we have tests and trials? Listen in to find out.
A conjunction comma is used to join two independent ideas together in one sentence. It’s about what happens in the middle to connect the before and after. No matter what we’ve allowed our identity to become, based on our life experience to date, when we take a conjunction “pause” with God; He can transform us […]
The clarification comma provides import details about the sentence subject. For instance: “The house is my favorite.” vs. “The house, with the blue door, is my favorite.” Similarly, when we take a “comma” or “pause” with God; he provides focus, clarity, and direction. When you’re feeling stuck, lost, or confused; take a “pause” with God.