Doing What The Father Is Doing | Jay Pathak

Take a deep dive into the Vineyard’s Kingdom values, history and legacy as we pray “Come, Holy Spirit!” In July 2019, Vineyard USA hosted the Come Holy Spirit national conference in Dayton, OH and Denver, CO. For two weeks, the Vineyard experienced the work of the Spirit through worship, prayer, and ministry as over 4000 […]

Announcing – Following Jesus This Easter!

Easter is a time when the global Church celebrates the pivotal event of our faith – the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. And beating in the heart of every Christian throughout history, during this same season, has been a desire to experience the transforming power that raised Jesus from the grave (Rom. 8:11). What is transformation? And how do we actually change from who we are into “the likeness of Christ?”

How Is Our Soul? – A New Year Journal Experience

How Is Our Soul? is a very special New Year digital resource, designed to engage and empower a conversation in your locale related to how you are doing – as a community – coming out of this year and moving toward the next.

How Is Our Soul? – A 2021 New Year Journal Experience

How Is Our Soul? is a very special New Year digital resource, designed to engage and empower a conversation in your locale related to how you are doing – as a community – coming out of this year and moving toward the next.

I Am Changed – A 2021 Lent Resource

The Scriptures recount for us stories of real change in peoples’ lives – the kind of change that endures and changes generations to come. Lent is a season for remembering how change happens, and how the cross of Jesus is God’s invitation to lay down our selves to experience the goodness and presence of God.

Following Jesus – A 2021 Easter Resource

The Gospel of John contains many powerful stories of conversion, of miracles, and of transformation. A life, made in the image of God, yet broken beyond human repair, comes into contact with Jesus. Then, wow. In a moment of transformation, that then opens up to a lifetime of becoming like Christ, a heart is changed and is open to the Holy Spirit.

4 Ways To Stay Thankful This Season

It’s not easy to remain thankful when hard times come, and everyone around us finds it easier to complain. For a Christian, being thankful is central to who we are as a People of Hope – people who relentlessly remember that God is always for us, always with us, and always giving gifts no matter the season.