The story of Vineyard Anaheim has always been one of joining with the story of God, following where He leads and pursuing His presence. We are a community with a rich history in renewal and with a destiny to bring life to the city. Listen to our Sunday sermons here.
This week, Alan looks at the crucial conversations that move our relationships out of stagnancy, and into life and health.
What if in our relationships, we didn't fight each other, but fought together for the future of the relationship? This week, Alan talks about how we can begin to look at people through the lens of honor.
Real relationships mean real differences and real difficulties. Alan shares how God's story cuts across the story we want to write in our own relationships – we bear with one another in love.
In times of stress in our marriages, with our kids, with our friends, our coworkers – today, we think about how we can take one first step in healing our relationships.
This week, the Vineyard Anaheim Team share from the heart on hope, journeying out of discouragement, and stories of God on the move during the last few weeks.
This week, Jeremy shares on the revival of worship, happening right in the middle of ongoing upheaval in the nations.
Today, Kathryn shares from the book of Hosea on returning to our first love.
Alan shares on how nationalism and personal pride can come against the move that God wants to release in and through our lives.
This week, Alan shares from the book of Jonah on repositioning our lives for the city, on seeing beyond the reputation of the city and believing for the restoration of the city.
As we awaken to what God is doing in these days, Alan shares on the repentance that comes from His presence, not for His presence.
Alan shares from the book of Jonah on revival and storms – and what to do when we recognize the source of the storm we see right now.
Today, Alan speaks on his one prayer for the future, sharing from Habakkuk on God's honor, fame, and exaltation.
This week, James shares his one prayer for cities. It's only as we put our roots down in prayer for our cities that we see God's dreams for them rise up.
As Brian shares his one prayer for cities, he speaks into the pain in the heart of cities and culture right now around race and social justice.
Today, Daniel Henderson shares the life-changing truth that God has chosen to relate to us as family. Our prayers are the conversation of a family searching for their Father's heart, and praying for the city.
- One Prayer for the Church - One Prayer for our Families - One Prayer for our Cities - One Prayer for our Future This week, we're excited to have an interview with Mike Bickle from the International House of Prayer in Kansas City.
When God moves, His people don't stay still. As God moves in our region, will His church move beyond services to show up in peoples' hearts and homes?
We are in a new normal. But the new normal is God moving with greater glory, greater purpose, greater favor – and in it, we are being prepared and strengthened in our faith for the trials ahead.
This week, Alan shares on compassion rising in our community. We are in a time of unprecedented opportunity – if we step out now, destinies, stories, and cities can be altered.
Alan shares today on the armor of God – not given for us to hide in, but given that we would move into our cities with boundless compassion.
Alan explores how the hope that gives you strength today will give others strength tomorrow. Your prayers today will cause heaven to flood our cities in the days ahead.
Today Alan shares how joy is found not in what happens around us, but in our covenant with God. No circumstance, person, or event owns the rights to our joy.
Today Alan shares on how our crisis gives us access to God's extraordinary renewal in our lives.
Today, Alan speaks about the incredible power that God stores up for those in weakness. God Himself can empower us in this crisis, because 'everyone born of God overcomes the world'.
Today Alan shares on how our difficulty today is preparing us for new life tomorrow. What if our adversity was actually announcing to us a new season coming?By Vineyard Anaheim
What if God had purpose, power, and a pathway to His glory, hidden for you in adversity? Today Alan shares on how we can count adversity as joy.By Vineyard Anaheim
There has never been a better time to step into the story of God for the sake of the city. This week, Alan shares how we can partner with God with our imaginations, unlocking faith.By Vineyard Anaheim
Today Alan shares on how we can ask ‘what is God making available?’ in the middle of an unusual global moment.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week, Alan shares on the limitless love of God – love that both delights in His judgments, and releases freedom.By Vineyard Anaheim
We are joined by Brian Peterson of Faces of Santa Ana, as he shares how over the last few years, the dream in his heart began to shape the city around him.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week, Jeremy shares from the heart on how God awakens us to a life of dreams and creativity.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week, Alan shares on the adoration for God that fuels our dreams. God has inscribed His design in your heart. In you is something the world has never seen before.By Vineyard Anaheim
Inside every believer lies a dream that has the potential to waken the neighborhood. These are our “Dreams that Shape the City.”By Vineyard Anaheim
This week Alan looks at the more that is available as we keep yielding our yes to God. He will always unfold more than we could ask or imagine.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week, we are honored to have Dr. Randy Clark, founder of Global Awakening, join us to share and impart from his life.By Vineyard Anaheim
Alan shares on how we move beyond the power of shame and into identity as royal sons and daughters.By Vineyard Anaheim
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Alan shares on how we perceive the new that God has for us, as we enter into a new year and new decade.By Vineyard Anaheim
This Christmas, right through the year, and in days of darkness, we lift our heads and look at Jesus, the King of kindnessBy Vineyard Anaheim
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Kathryn shares on a Christmas that looks like Jesus – for whom powerful, redemptive kindness is normal, and who is always leaning into our lives.By Vineyard Anaheim
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Alan and Lambert share on the start of a movement of compassion at the core of who we are becoming.By Vineyard Anaheim
Jesus’ compassion is always going further, always at the vanishing point. We are pressing in to become like Him in His limitless compassion.By Vineyard Anaheim
Alan shares this week on repositioning our heart for hunger – an awakened appetite and a yearning after God.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week Jeremy Riddle shares on how we get to the fear of the Lord by dealing with the division in our hearts – the purity of hearts on fire, set on one thing.By Vineyard Anaheim
This week, Alan shares on ways we can reposition for repentance, as we long to become a community of contrite hearts.By Vineyard Anaheim
In this talk from our Encounter More conference, Alan shares on setting aside the creation of god in our own image, and longing instead for the One who longs for us.By Vineyard Anaheim
As God looks over the earth, what does He search for in the heart of His people? Today, Alan explores contrition.By Vineyard Anaheim