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There is so much freedom when we trust God with our finances.  In her message Living Generously, Leah Wenger unpacks the two sides of living in freedom in relation to money; Generosity and Stewardship.  She shares her personal story of God freeing her from a poverty mindset, not bound my fear and shame, and opening her up to live generously and steward all He has given her. "God's great plan is that He wants to enter into a trust relationship with you when it comes to your money." [embed]https://www.vineyardlive.us/live-generously/[/embed] Original Link   ABOUT THE SPEAKER Leah Wenger has served as a staff pastor for over 10 years at The Vineyard Church of Central IL.  From youth ministry, to planting a multi-site church- she's experienced it all.   Leah is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Vineyard Leadership Institute and School of Kingdom Ministry and is most passionate...

In this message from the Women’s Summer Series at Columbus Vineyard, Amanda Nash shares about the importance of living a truthful life.  We live in the Kingdom of God where truth-telling is not a moral decision, it’s a lifestyle. Amanda talks about the importance of investing in a community in order to create a safe place where people can become free from lies, confessing to each other and bringing hope and restoration.  When we stop fearing the consequences, fearing rejection and instead trust each other with the truth, we will experience the fullness of life that Jesus has for us. Women's Summer Series 2018 - Amanda Nash from Vineyard Columbus on Vimeo. Original Link           ABOUT THE SPEAKER Amanda Nash. Amanda is serving as Pastor in Community Life. She began working at Vineyard Columbus as an intern for Joshua House, our Twenty-Something...

Dianne Leman shares a passionate message about the identity and destiny that God has for His daughters at the Ignite Women's Conference at the Columbus Vineyard.  God has a plan for our lives and wants to move powerfully through women.  Truly, everyone gets to play! [embed]https://vimeo.com/269068123[/embed] https://vimeo.com/269068123 ABOUT THE SPEAKER Dianne Leman. Dianne Leman has been leading The Vineyard Church of Central Illinois with her husband, Happy, ever since the Holy Spirit rocked their lives in 1977. Together they boldly proclaim: “God is still doing miracles!” Today, Dianne serves on the National Vineyard Executive Board and leads teams for Women in Leadership and Spiritual Renewal. In her free time, Di loves playing with her growing brood of grandchildren, reading lots of books, taking long walks with Hap and loving the Holy Spirit more and more each day. ...

Sally Sims shares a powerful message about "Cultivating A Community Of Praise And Prayer".  Using stories from scripture and her own life, Sally shares how important and life-giving it is to praise God in all situations and in a variety of different ways.  Whether you’re in a large group or having one on one time with God, or whether you’re in a battle or even lamenting, their is always a place for praise and prayer. “God doesn’t need our praise and prayer, but praise and prayer are critical for relationship with Him.” [embed]https://youtu.be/iiNtOgCTW3Q[/embed] Original Link QUOTE for graphic: "If praise for God is on your lips, there are other things that cannot be...

Led by the Spirit: "Hearing His Voice" is a message from Becky Olmstead delivered at the Vineyard Women's conference, Ignite! Experience the Kingdom in May of 2018.  Becky shares her journey of leaning in to God's voice and trusting that He truly wants to speak to each one of us.  Listen as Becky tells miraculous stories of hearing God's voice and how He has led her to love and encourage and change the world around her. [embed]https://vimeo.com/268692716[/embed] Original Link ABOUT THE SPEAKER Becky Olmstead. Becky served the Southern California area as an elementary school teacher before planting the Vineyard of the Rockies with her husband, Rick, in 1982. She has continued to glorify God by using her knowledge and passion for the youngest members of God’s kingdom to develop our children’s ministry. When she’s not serving the Vineyard Team with encouragement, generosity and faith,...

In her "Why I Like Jesus" series Lindsay explores the seemingly obvious reasons one decides to follow Jesus, and uncovers the deeper reasons why we are drawn to Him. In this sermon, she details how Peter chooses to follow Jesus when others are pulling away. Jesus's love has hope for the downtrodden and hopeless, the ones who others say aren't good enough. Following Jesus feels like coming home. This love leads Peter to say, "Who else am I going to follow?"   [embed]https://s3.amazonaws.com/Maryville_Vineyard_Podcast/MVC20160605.mp3[/embed] Original Link           ABOUT THE SPEAKER Lindsay Mizell. Lindsay is the pastor at Vineyard Church at the Springbrook Venue in Alcoa, TN. She spent her summers running around Young Life camps and believing she could change the world. She is married to the bravest man she knows. She and her husband have 3 sons who are reminders that God is deeply and intentionally involved...

"Love Is Not Proud" is Part 3 in the "Love Never Fails" series on 1 Corinthians 13, co-taught by Amy Fletcher and David Andersen. "Love Never Fails" is a series all about the love that God gives us for others. In this sermon, we look at 1 Corinthians 13:4 and why Paul is addressing the Corinthian church about the issues of envy, boasting and pride. The question is: Do you love others well?   Original Link     ABOUT THE SPEAKER Amy Fletcher. Amy is the Youth Pastor for Vineyard Community Church in Overland Park, KS. Raised in Overland Park, after high school graduation she attended Sterling College in Sterling, KS graduating with a degree in Christian Education with an emphasis in Youth Ministry. Vineyard became her family's home in 2010. In her free time, she enjoys time with family and friends, especially playing tabletop games. She also enjoys...

This webinar is with Rose Swetman, Dianne Leman, Chalane Coit, and Sharon McCarter as they share on our Women in Leadership mentoring groups. It was a very fruitful session this summer and we are ready to start our groups again and want to give Vineyard women an opportunity to learn more about this mentoring opportunity, hear from our mentors, ask questions and sign up to be part of one of our next groups. Don’t miss this informative and encouraging time! Vineyard Women Mentoring Application: http://vineyardwomen.com/mentoring/...

When we look at the Biblical narrative, we learn that God has been empowering his people since the beginning. But it wasn't until after Jesus ascended into heaven to be with the Father that the Holy Spirit was made available to all believers. Now, everybody gets to play. [audio mp3="http://vineyardwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JA-VW-Sermon.mp3"][/audio]   Original Link            ABOUT THE SPEAKER Jessica Andrews. Jessica and her husband Rich, along with their two daughters and two sons, planted their church in September 2014. The church is called Conshohocken Vineyard, and is located in Conshohocken, PA. Jessica is just starting to teach in church, and is having fun getting her feet wet, as well as conquering a long time fear of public speaking....