Sermons

Christina Lowery shares a powerful message about taming the tongue.  Christina shares about the power of our words and what we speak out.  A tamed tongue is a result of a healed heart. Original Link Just Sayin' - Part 1, The Power of the Tongue from Crossroads Vineyard on Vimeo. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Christina Lowery and her husband Joel are Co-Lead Pastors of Crossroads Vineyard, a life-giving church they planted in Fredericksburg, VA in 2008.  Joel and Christina parachuted into the Vineyard in 2001, when they felt strongly that they had found their long-lost tribe at the TylerVineyard in Tyler, TX.  It was there that they gained a heart for church planting and were sent back to their hometown to launch Crossroads. Christina is a gifted teacher who loves to make biblical truths applicable to everyday life and finds full joy in sharing with others all that God is teaching her...

The Missional Leaders Meeting was a gathering of leaders from across missions and church multiplication to empower, equip, and encourage missional kingdom work.  Kathy Maskell talks about going back to Jesus and His Mission.  John Wimber once said, "There is no ministry but the ministry of Jesus." and Kathy explores what this looks like today in her talk. Original Link ABOUT THE SPEAKER Kathy Maskell is the pastor of discipleship at Blue Route Vineyard Community Church, and she also leads the Vineyard Justice Network. Raised by Buddhist parents in San Diego, Kathy began her eastbound journey by first studying literature and poetry at the University of Chicago. While there, she got rocked by Jesus’s kindness and power. Kathy then pursued a teaching career, spanning from elementary to high school. While in New Haven, CT, Kathy worked for six years as the U.S....

Jeanine Blount shares about what an equipped church looks and acts like. Original Link 05-28-2017 - An Equipped Church by Jeanine Blount from Crestwood Vineyard on Vimeo. It's so easy for the church to turn a blind eye to the broken and hurting and Jesus is telling us, "Look!" ABOUT THE SPEAKER Jeanine Blount is the executive pastor at the Crestwood Vineyard in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Jeanine is a mom to six children and wife to husband, Brian Blount.  ...

Pastor Anabeth Morgan takes us through Romans 16:1-16 and speaks about what it means to be a Romans 16 woman but also about women in leadership today. Original Link [audio mp3="http://vineyardwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/051417.mp3"][/audio] When women lean fully into how God made them it blesses not only their house, it blesses the church of Jesus Christ. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Anabeth Morgan is the Worship Pastor for the Mile High Vineyard. Originally from a suburb of Memphis, Tennessee, Anabeth has always loved the church. It was within the walls of the Vineyard Church in Kansas City, MO that she began to feel God tugging on her heart to lead others in worship. With the help of wonderful leaders and friends, she began her journey in worship leading. Her heart is to see God's Kingdom come to earth so that people would be healed, set free, changed and moved...

Original Link ABOUT THE SPEAKER Leah Wenger has served as a pastor at The Vineyard Church of Central Illinois for the last 9 years, recently planting a multi-site church in her hometown of Mahomet, IL.  She is a gifted apostolic leader who loves equipping others to love and serve their communities in practical ways. Leah has been married for 11 years to her perfect-for-her husband, Ben. Together, they enjoy co-parenting their amazing kids (6, 4 and 2), drinking good coffee and wine, and cheering on the Cubs.    ...

One of the ways that the Women in Leadership team encourages  Women in their gifts is by sharing a variety of women practicing the gift of preaching.  Today, we share a talk from Kathy Maskell. The Politics of Jesus are set forth on the Sermon on the Mount - Kathy Maskell About the Author Kathy Maskell is the pastor of discipleship at Blue Route Vineyard Community Church, and she also leads the Vineyard Justice Network. Raised by Buddhist parents in San Diego, Kathy began her eastbound journey by first studying literature and poetry at the University of Chicago. While there, she got rocked by Jesus’s kindness and power. Kathy then pursued a teaching career, spanning from elementary to high school. While in New Haven, CT, Kathy worked for six years as the U.S. Advocacy Director of Love146, a leading anti-trafficking organization, and co-planted Elm...