A Colossal Prayer

From James’ message yesterday.  Thought it was worth putting here: A Colossal Prayer God, I ask that you fill me with the knowledge of what you want for me, through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives. I pray this, so that I may live life...

My Critic’s Hat

Like most people I know, I own one.  I am trying to wear it less however. When we got to the conference, we registered and got our materials, and one thing we got was a welcome letter telling us what to expect.  The last paragraph of the letter contained...

This Week’s Message

This past week’s message is now posted online.  Since we talked about finances, there are a couple of books that I wanted to point out.  Both of these books, The Treasure Principle and Money, Possessions, and Eternity are by Randy Alcorn.  The former is a quick...

Sunday Reflections

Yesterday was a pretty good day.  Both services seemed to go well. and we got to meet a bunch of new people.  Our first attempt (in several years) at a choir seemed to really well & it looks like this is something we’ll try to keep working in.  After our...

2 Deep

I have to admit, if you need to take a bus to NYC, the Cornell Shuttle is the way to go.  Free internet, free drinks…only issue is that while I don’t usually get car sick, being stuck in one of the chairs that is facing backwards is making me a bit queasy....

Learning Who I Am

This past Sunday at the Vineyard, we kicked off a new message series called Influence::How I’m Wired to Make a Difference in the World.  One of the next steps we encouraged people to take at the end of the message was to spend some time wrestling with the...
lesson learned

lesson learned

On Sunday morning we talked about faith & sacrifice. We looked at the story from 1 Kings 17 where a widow is asked to give the last of her food to Elijah & then God will provide for her. Now, most of us are not dealing with drought or famine anytime soon, but...