Samuel Farinato shares on how “being equipped” in the Kingdom of God means “being connected” to who God is, and His goodness.
The team from our recent Brazil trip share some testimonies of God in action, and Carter Wood speaks on being equipped for a lifestyle of the miraculous.
We’re visited by the Ruel Foundation, as they share stories and testimonies of their hands on work with children in need of homes, care and medical help. For more information about the Ruel Foundation, please take time to visit www.ruelfoundation.com and find out how you can partner with this incredible work.
Christina and Elijah Runyan share together a message of refreshing encounter with God as a church, followed by a time of ministry.
As we go through our series for September on what it means to ENCOUNTER God both personally and corporately, Samuel Farinato and his team bring a morning of prophetic and encouraging gifts to the church. This is a long recording, but we hope you’ll share it, be blessed by it, and join in celebrating the connection of God’s heart to everyone in the room.
A message of encouragement by pastor Diana Wood.
Bruce Clewitt visits and shares an update of what God is doing in Austria, and encourages us to run and finish the race that each of us is called to.
Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever. Therefore I do not run like someone running aimlessly; I do not fight like a boxer beating the air. No, I strike a blow to my body and make it my slave so that after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified for the prize.
1 Corinthians 9:24-27
Lord, you are great and worthy of the highest praise!
For there is no end to the discovery
of the greatness that surrounds you.
Psalm 145:3 (The Passion Translation)
Daniel Henke shares a word on making place in our lives for the greatness of God, and leaning into the discovery process of knowing Him.
"No matter where we're at, there is more."
Carter Wood shares a message encouraging us to return to our love of the Word, our fascination with God and His works, and to make space in our lives for the supernatural presence of Heaven.
We're joined by longtime friends Myles & Katherine Weiss of Beth Shalom, as Myles brings a message on how God has worked through men and women of all quality and character to reconcile His great family together.
To find out more about the ministry of Myles & Katherine Weiss, visit www.mylesandkatharineweiss.org
Carter Wood shares a message encouraging the church to be refreshed in the supernatural outpouring of God in our lives.
Samuel Farinato shares a message on experiencing the presence of God in the midst of our lives, and intentionally maintaining a relationship rather than stoping at a passing moment of encounter.
"When Jacob woke from his sleep, he thought to himself, The LORD is definitely in this place, but I didn’t know it."
A guest and friend of the house Al Akimoff joins us this week, sharing what God is doing in the country of Georgia.
Diane Keller shares on Kingdom transition and transformation, and what it means to walk through the process of looking more like Christ in our lives.
Rob Coscia shares a powerful message on being changed and empowered by the grace of God.
Who are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you shall become a plain! And he shall bring forth the capstone with shouts of “Grace, grace to it!”
Adam Peacocke and Kevin Cox visit and share a message on what it means to go "through" and be transformed by God, as well as to share with us the projects they are involved with in rebuilding and connecting to the community of Santa Rosa after the October fires.
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Christina Runyan shares a message on what it means to be real, and to make the choice to love.
Today marks an important day, as Christina and Elijah Runyan are recognized as stepping into a new position of leadership for Vertical Call. Crossing generational divides is an important value of this church, and Carter and Diana Wood share their hearts on where we are walking together as a family.