Jeff Vines joined Phil Edwards at Vision to discuss how love in action is more likely to save souls than condemning those struggling with unbiblical and controversial issues our society is currently facing.
Many Christians divide their lives into categories. They want Jesus to be a part of some things, but not others.
Jeff Vines shared a special 5-minute sermon with us, highlighting the beauty and majesty of our salvation in Christ.
What do you consider as the first miracle of the Bible? Pastor Jeff Vines believes it to be when Jesus tells His disciples to divide 20,000 people up into groups of 50.
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 challenges the misconception that being single is somehow lesser. He shares the enormous benefits of being a single Christian.
Why should we pray? Does God hear? What does ‘ask and you shall receive’ really mean? These are questions that many Christians wonder about.
Do you think our world is bad today? Do you think we’re in trouble? Do you think we’re facing turmoil? Some might say we’re a walk in the park compared to first century Rome! The family was breaking down, the social structure was disintegrating and basic moral values were drifting by the wayside.
Have you ever prayed to God but didn’t feel Him answer? What do you do when this happens? All of us have times like this. But there are keys to understanding God and having a good relationship with Him. Investments we can make that will pay huge dividends.
In his new message, ‘When All Seems Lost’, Pastor Jeff Vines covers the topics of marriage and keeping relationships strong. Jeff offers encouragement for those of us who are struggling with chaos and feeling lost.
God smiles when Christians strive to be holy and Christlike. However, the true celebration in heaven begins each time a person who is distant from God draws close to Him.
It’s easy to be a Christ follower when nothing is on the line. But when trouble comes, the reality of who we truly are emerges.
Do All Religions Lead to the Same Place? Can Christians claim Jesus is the only way to God? These are tough questions that a lot of people will find offensive in our modern day culture of inclusivity.
Pastor Jeff Vines says so many people believe that good people go to Heaven, but how good is good enough? And will God save everyone?
How do we take the Gospel to the world, and bring people nearer to God? The message needs to be shared with love and compassion, so that every person has a chance to connect with all that God has promised.
Busy busy busy. Our lives can be so busy we miss out on the things of God. We miss out on the extraordinary. We miss out what’s best for us. But God doesn’t want that for us.
Pastor Jeff Vines teaches the lessons learnt by King David as he tried to force God to move according to his plans, and not fully trusting God’s will.
Pastor Jeff Vines focuses on how to trust the sovereignty of God bad things happen, dreams don’t come true or your life doesn’t go the way you planned – just like they did in King David’s life.
Pastor Jeff Vines shares how we can remain faithful in order to know God in a deeper and more real way, just like Job did.
Pastor Jeff Vines teaches that “God will take advantage of every opportunity to build our faith and every opportunity to demonstrate His faithfulness to us.”
Pastor Jeff Vines teaches on how we can live a wild life even when in difficult situations.
Jeff is adamant that we should not be focused on how many people are in our churches. We should actually be more concerned with those who are NOT.
Pastor Jeff Vines asks the pivotal question ‘what are we doing with our lives?’ How are we using what we have and what we’re good at, to bring good to others?
Covid-19 has caused us to understand the fragility of our world and our lives, and we need to take the existence of both Heaven and Hell seriously.
Pastor Jeff Vines reminds that in order to reset our connection with others, we first have to reset with God.