On October 2nd, 2006, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, Charles Carl Roberts drove a truck filled with ammunition to a non-violent, peaceful community of gentle Amish people with the intent to massacre innocent lives.
Pastor Jeff Vines poses the question – If God wants desperately to give his children good gifts, what do we do when we feel like He’s not delivering?
Pastor Jeff Vines challenges us to give our first fruits to God. Only that which is given away does God promise to expand.
When Jeff Vines’ church hired an online pastor in 2011, he was initially skeptical, but his attitude has now completely changed.
“Most of us spend our days rushing around from here to there, then we fall in bed at night, totally exhausted, having accomplished little or nothing.” – Pastor Jeff Vines
Jeff Vines shares how he found himself in the middle of a city in uproar amongst the ‘Black Lives Matter’ riots, witnessing looting and riots first hand.
What are pastors saying to their congregations during the Coronavirus pandemic? Pastor Jeff Vines shares a letter he just sent to his church of 15,000.
Pastor Jeff Vines shares a challenging message aimed at women about the true meaning of submission in a marriage.
Obstacles, tragedies, successes, failures, challenges within your marriage and family – they will all come, and often without warning.
There is one verse in the Bible that people today love to quote to Christians, but it’s been taken completely out of context for how Jesus intended His words to be taken.
It is not till we truly understand the weight of just how great our own sin is, and the price that had to be paid that we will be able to forgive those who have hurt us.
Jeff was in NZ during the recent mosque shootings. When he got back to his church in California, he delivered a powerful message about the shootings and the one thing that will truly save the country.
Until we realise that there is a hidden spiritual world at play in our everyday struggles, we will never truly have the victorious life that Christ wants for us.
NZ prides itself on inclusivity and tolerance. But “inclusivity” and “tolerance” will not heal the broken hearted. Broken hearts need mending and mere sentiment and ideologies will not suffice.
How can we know God’s will for our lives? How can we be sure we are making the right decision about the spouse God has for us?
Forgiveness does not mean that you continue to let that person hurt you over and over again. So what does forgiveness actually mean then?