Weekly sermons from Vineyard Church of Augusta.
The Past, Present, And Future of God’s Family
Rodger Otero | The past, present, and future of God's family is a redeemed mixed-bag.
Justice and Righteousness in the Flesh
Mary-Margaret LeRoy | We are justice and righteousness in the flesh. Just as Jesus did in Luke 18:35-42 when he stopped everything to heal the blind beggar, we can stop to minister to those in need.
Activate Justice and Righteousness
Reese LeRoy | We continue our Compassion Month series with a focus on God's instruction to DO justice and righteousness as we serve and care for the poor. We can activate these in our lives by giving time and attention, money and financial resources, and our voices and influence to help the poor.
Pairing Justice and Righteousness
Reese LeRoy | November is Compassion Month at Vineyard Church. It's a time to focus on God's heart for the poor. Our theme for the month is Amos 5:24: But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream! The passage reminds us that the worship that pleases God calls for right relationship with Him and right relationship with our neighbor, including the poor and powerless. Care for the poor is an essential part of the worshiping life.
Behind the Curtain
Rodger Otero | There is more going on behind the curtain than what appears on the stage.
Mutual Submission & Redeemed Relationships
Reese LeRoy | In this section of Ephesians 5 and 6, Paul writes about mutual submission in everyday relationships. As God's active rule and reign fills these relationships, they are redeemed and infused with His goodness, freedom, and kindness.