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!

Our goal is to be present to God, to ourselves, and to the people around us. Even when Jesus knew how the story would end, and that the kingdom of God would ultimately come, he was still present with people in their moments of pain. In this talk, Jeff references Luke 10:38-42 when he shares with us that sometimes we are called to be like Jesus and weep with those around us, and something we are called to be like Martha and weep at the feet of Jesus.

Jesus was the kindest person to walk the Earth. He even chose to be kind to people when we would have chosen to correct them. Jeff Faust encourages us to be ready for God’s interruptions, for those small opportunities to show Jesus’ kindness to those who need it.

Even though our culture usually only uses the word faithfulness when describing canines & geysers, it’s still a vitally important character trait. Matt Farrand unpacks three aspects of faithfulness from scripture and shares practical steps to practice faithfulness into our daily lives.

Jeff authentically shares with us his personal experience as a witness to Christ. He vulnerably shared both his success and his failures in this feat. He challenges us in boldness to courageously share the good news with the people around us.

On Sunday Becky spoke to us about Extravagant Generosity. She talked to us about different mindsets that culture tells us to adapt and then the mindsets that the bible tells us to adapt about the world and generosity.

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

Bristow Hood and his family recently moved back to Fort Collins after serving as missionaries in Jordan for more than a decade. In this talk, Bristow shares stories and lessons from his time on the missions field as well as three breath prayers that we can use in our daily lives.

Vineyard of the Rockies

Join us Sunday at 9am or 10:45am

1201 Riverside Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80524
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