Week 5: Easter

There is no greater celebration of victory than Easter! Christ is NOT dead. He’s risen! The resurrection is God’s “amen” to the cross. The resurrection is the Father’s guarantee that we can be forgiven. The resurrection says that true life, eternal life is available. The resurrection makes possible the “branch life” that abides and bears fruit. At Easter we have the privilege of gathering to worship our resurrected Savior and proclaim His Good News to all who come.

April 21, 2019

Greg St. Cyr


WEEK 4: JOY OVERFLOWING

Life at its best, life the way God designed it, is found by abiding in the Vine. That’s where the fruit is. We’ve talked about the fruit of answered prayer and love. This week Jesus shows us how to have joy overflowing. It’s a joy independent of circumstances because it is His joy in us that makes our joy full. Are you a bit discouraged, disappointed, depressed or know someone who is? Then this message is for you!

April 13-14, 2019
Greg St. Cyr


WEEK 3: GOD’S LOVE LANGUAGE

Before the days of rampant texting, spending hours on social media, and smart phones in every pocket, if you wanted to keep in touch with a loved one you wrote letters. This helped my game in trying to win my wife Kristen’s affection. She loves words. We’ve been married for 15 years, and she still loves words. You can call that her “love language.” If we want to abide in the Vine, we need to become conversant in God’s love language: obedience. Obey what? Obey who?

April 6-7, 2019
Pat Linnell

 

WEEK 2: PRAYER

Why is it that for so many of us our prayer life is lackluster? We know we should pray. At times we will ourselves to pray. Yet we lack motivation. Answers to our prayers seem few and far between. What’s the solution? It’s found in one word, “abide.” Abiding in the Vine is the basis for a rich, rewarding and powerful prayer life.

March 30-31, 2019
Greg St. Cyr


WEEK 1: ABIDE IN THE VINE

As a church, we’re focusing on a chapter of the Bible that will guide us this Easter season: John 15. On the eve of His betrayal, Jesus uses a word picture to show us how to live a fruitful life. God's desire for each of us is that we be fruitful. What does that mean and how do we experience it? The key is found in one phrase: abide in the Vine.

March 23-24, 2019
Greg St. Cyr