The Bible is full of examples of people hearing God and responding with fear. Rick reminds us that God does not call us into what we can do, but what God can do through us. He is with us, encouraging us, and he is ahead of us, preparing the wave. Be brave!

The Bible is full of examples of people hearing God and responding with fear. Rick reminds us that God does not call us into what we can do, but what God can do through us. He is with us, encouraging us, and he is ahead of us, preparing the wave. Be brave!

Rick Olmstead starts the New Year with a new series called "Selfless" by telling us we can be grateful during our day-to-day activities. Life does not begin when we reach a certain goal. We are doing God’s work right now! No matter what we are doing, we can gratefully rejoice and do it for the glory of God

Rick Olmstead talks to us about the third, traditional theme of Advent: Joy. It's a difficult topic for many people as the holiday season can be a source of hardship and sorrow. And yet God moves us through our pain to find his joy, just like Jesus. And we can claim that joy, no matter where we are in life!

Rick Olmstead takes us through the story of the Good Samaritan. Looking at the different characters of the story, he examines why each person did what they did. When a Jew was in obvious need, why did some help and some walk away? Rick then asks us about our generosity. Do we see the people around us whom we can help? To whom to we need to be a neighbor?

Rick takes us up with Peter, James, and John to see Jesus meet Moses and Elijah. It’s a major experience that Peter wants to prolong. Yet Jesus wisely comes down the mountain to meet someone who really needed a God experience. Without the mountain top experiences, we would not be ready for the valley. Without the valley, the mountain top experience would have much less value.

Rick takes us up Mount Sinai, with Moses, to see the burning bush. God calls Moses to do what Moses believes he can not do. God tells Moses, and also us, that with our God, we can do the impossible together.

A week after announcing major transition in our church, Rick and Jeff remind us of Gods faithfulness and their prayer for our church as we move forward together.

As the Vineyard of the Rockies is going through major transitions, Rick shares the time in which God directed Samuel to anoint David as the new king of Israel. God chose David, a young man no one else chose, and then continued to raise him up to be king. When God chooses us, how will we respond? Will we be patient and trust him to carry out his plan through us?

Vineyard of the Rockies

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1201 Riverside Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80524
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