God’s Heart to Heal

February 13, 2012

Jenny and Jerry

Does God still heal people today?

This week, we are excited to invite Jerry and Janet Baysinger to come and share what they have experienced regarding God’s heart to heal people in ways that go far beyond any natural explanation.

Please feel free to invite friends and family members who are in need of God’s healing touch.

Our worship service starts at 10.  Feel free to stick around for lunch afterwards.  Bring some food to share if you want.

Join us at 10 AM on Sunday as we meet at the Truesdale Home and share a message called “God’s Heart to Heal”.

For a little more information about Jerry & Janet, check this out: http://lifehealingministries.us/

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God heals people…through our hands

November 2, 2011

 

We see it again and again in the Bible–God heals people.  God has the power and sometimes uses it to reach down and touch people.  He created the universe with the power of his word, so it would make sense that if God wants to restore a person’s health, He can do it.

What could be a little more surprising is that God invites us to participate in the healing process.  Sometimes that happens through medical science, sometimes it happens through caring and compassion, and sometimes it happens through God supernaturally intervening in ways that go above and beyond what we could ever understand.  And sometimes God uses all three tools in pouring out healing.

At the Vineyard church, we are committed to becoming a community that offers and receives healing prayer.  We know that the results are always in God’s hands.  And often God invites us to use our hands in the process.

Join us at 5 PM on Sunday as we meet in shared space at 5413 Blue Ridge Cutoff and share a message called “God heals people…through our hands” based on Acts 9:32-43.


More of Jesus. Less of me.

March 24, 2011

 

This week we explore Peter’s great sermon found in Acts 3:11-26.  The graphic above is a model depicting the inside of the portico, where this extemporaneous sermon was delivered.

After a lame man was healed and started running around leaping and praising God, it shouldn’t be a surprise that a crowd gathered to see what was happening.  As was usually the case, Peter used this opportunity to take the spotlight off of himself and place it on God.

Join us this Sunday night as we answer these questions and more:

  • Why does Peter shift the crowd’s focus from the miracle to Jesus?
  • What does Peter hope the crowd will take away from the miraculous healing?
  • What is the relationship between healing and repentance in this passage?
  • What does Peter say about the blessing of being God’s chosen people?

If you would care to look ahead, feel free to review our Scripture passage for the week.

Come and join us on Sunday at 5 PM as we CONNECT in shared space at 5413 Blue Ridge Cutoff, as we share a Sermon called “Peter Speaks in Solomon’s Portico”.