Vintage Church Leadership Chapel Teaching Time What does it look like to live Spirit-led? We have to make intentional choices that position us toward obedience to God. In this teaching, I look at 1 Thessalonians 5 and share six ways we can live Spirit-led. I hope this can be an encouragement to anyone who watches!
Everyday, we react. We react to other people’s words. We react to situations and circumstances in life, some that may even be out of our control. Some of our reactions happen as a result of smaller encounters, and others as a result of more significant events in our lives. Some are easy, and some areContinue reading “3 Tips to Reacting Well”
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering: Life gets hard! In this sermon, I preach on how we are fully loved by Jesus from the book of Hebrews. That love gives us all that we need to never give up!
As we near the end of this Advent and Christmas season, we must go back to the foundational element for all of the other Advent elements, and that is Christ. He is the only way that we can truly have hope, peace, joy and love. As many people say this time of year, and asContinue reading “Christ is Everything – A Christmas Blog”
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering: We all desire to have peace. In this sermon, I preach on how Jesus is the fulfillment of our peace this Christmas season from the book of Malachi.
I remember at family Thanksgiving gatherings growing up, my Grandma liked to have everyone share something they are thankful for before we all ate. At times, these moments seemed awkward, uncomfortable or maybe even forced. But, as we went around the room and all shared something, you could tell that it was good for theContinue reading “Striving for Thankfulness”
Life gets so busy, doesn’t it? On Sunday evenings, I’m sure that all of us, or most of us at least, take a deep breath and brace ourselves for Monday morning and the week ahead. Once Monday morning starts, the week seems to hit us without warning! We all need to retreat, refresh and rest,Continue reading “Find Your Spot”
Recently, I was traveling on an airplane and was given a window seat, which is always my seat option of choice, because I can glance out the window at an amazing view. This bird’s eye view of the world from an airplane window got me thinking, I couldn’t help but to look out the windowContinue reading “Perspective From the Sky”
Marriage. What comes to mind when you hear this word? For me, I think of one of the greatest joys, but also one of the greatest challenges. If we look to God’s design for marriage, we will experience it joyfully, even through the challenges. My wife Emily and I have been married a year andContinue reading “Four Lessons I’ve Learned as a Newlywed”
Vintage Church Sunday Morning Worship Gathering We all struggle with fear. In this sermon, I preach on what it looks like to choose faith over fear, from Psalm 91.