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Weekly messages from the Vineyard in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
 
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Ray continues our Advent series by exporting the setting, the event, and message of peace in Luke 2.
 
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Advent is the season when we can bring our longings before God. Disappointment and failure is the soil out of which real Christian hope is born
 
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A river receives from the tributaries, flows down, and gives itself to the sea. So it is with the Spirit-life.
 
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If we want to be at peace in the storm, we must practice the virtues of the Christian life even when the waters are calm.
 
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God will let you die, but he will not leave you dead.
 
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The details in Mark 5 give the signs of demonic oppression: isolation, vulnerability, shame, dehumanization, & self harm. The good news is we also see it doesn't mean a total loss of control. The man in Mark 5 still chose to come to Jesus.
 
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The way out of sin starts with admitting we are sick
 
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What does it mean to be a Christian? As humans, we are sick people; as disciples, are called to heal.
 
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Our friend, Dave Nixon, from Cincinnati shares with us this week about the image of God. Not the image of God as an abstract concept, but the image of God, resident in us.
 
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Wether you are enjoying one of life's peaks or languishing in a valley, Andy Squyres (from the Queen City Church in Charlotte) brings a message full of hope.
 
If you’re going to follow Jesus you’re going to face difficulties, because Jesus always goes to the place where it hurts
 
Luke 9:49-56 reveals that we really want all the power and affection for ourselves. Which is to say, we want to be God
 
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Jesus is not afraid of our questions or doubts. He's not petty. He's not the smallest man sitting on the biggest throne
 
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The disciples' journey is one where we are fed by Jesus, but the time always comes when Jesus will say: "You feed them."
 
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In Luke 9, we see four types of inward journeys through the disciples. But not through their victories, but their failures.
 
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The parable of the sower is an invitation to become good soil. You can throw out the rocks; you can weed the garden.
 
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If you're facing trouble and doubt, it might get be a sign that your faith is growing.
 
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In light of the terrible events in Virginia, Adam challenges the church to remove her head from the sand and face the reality of racism in America.
 
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Each body part is important. In church, the person who drives you crazy might be the liver, and is keeping the body alive
 
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What if church wasn't primarily the place you got answers but the place you got questioned...
 
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Foundations feel the weight. Do you feel the weight of the Gospel?
 
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1 Timothy 3 helps us answer one of the most prevalent questions in our culture today..."why DO we go to church?"
 
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While our culture, even in the church, is enamored with winning, blessing, & knowing, the real power is often found in weakness.
 
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Being the church isn't just about what you believe, but also how you believe.
 
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There are at least three invitations in the parable of the prodigal son:Come home. Join the party.Become the father.
 
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It's not the prodigal son's rehearsed confession that secures his welcome home, but the father's love...and that's the foundation.
 
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The context for 'I am with you always' is a promise given to those who take the disciple's journey.
 
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Just as God brought Joseph out of Egypt and into the promise land, so will He make certain that we are not left behind.
 
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There are many reasons, both positive and negative, to leave home. In Genesis, we see Jacob leaving under very negative circumstances. What can we learn from his story?
 
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There are three recurring parts to a spiritual journey. You have a home. You leave that home. And you eventually return.
 
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If you want to sharpen your ability to hear God's voice, practice the art of confession
 
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Well-being, blessing, & renewal is not static. It's kinetic, meant to be in motion. God doesn't have a lake. He has a river
 
Peace? Yes, please. Contentment? Not so sure. In Philippians 4, Paul shares the secret to contentment.
 
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Resurrection happens in the darkness of our sadness. It's not the denial of our pain; he shows up in the middle of it.
 
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Our good friend, Dan Wilt, visits this week to share a powerful message on the Lord's Prayer. Dan serves in the Communication & Resources arm of the Vineyard USA Movement.
 
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Peace is not a "thing". It's a person.
 
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Between "worry" and the "peace that exceeds understanding" is prayer.
 
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God's colony of heaven-on-earth is not a hierarchy, it is a household of brothers and sisters
 
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What we call 'Salvation' is not so much a status as it is a journey.
 
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Here is how we choose joy: we stay close to the fountain from which it flows
 
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Self-centeredness leads to death but focusing on the Spirit brings life to us and all our relationships
 
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The Spirit takes the truth of who Jesus is and reveals him to us. The Spirit exposes the works and character of Jesus
 
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If you are rich, the Spirt will send you to the poor. If you are "somebody", the Spirit will send you to the "nobodies"
 
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You can take away a lot of elements and still have the church. If you take away the Holy Spirit you don't have church
 
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Philippians 2:19-24 reminds us gospel work is relational work because God's love cannot be divorced from relationships.
 
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Sometimes we have a Jesus heart but mess it up w/ cultural methods. The way the Kingdom comes IS the Kingdom that comes.
 
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If salvation was a static thing, never changing or growing, the Apostle Paul would never have written Philippians 2:12
 
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Being a house for the holy is not expressed in what we cling to, but rather in what we give up
 
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Hearing from Jesus is really only the beginning of intimacy. What does it actually mean to go deeper?
 
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Hosea 3:5 is an Advent passage. The coming of the Lord does cause us to tremble--but it's at his goodness.
 
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