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When we fail to embrace the message of the Resurrection we will continue to live in defeat. The grace of God does not only change our ultimate destiny, but also our everyday reality.In this message, Koen Prinzen discusses 1 Corinthians 15 to understand that through the resurrection of Jesus, we share in His victory over sin, death and meaninglessne…
 
In times of crisis, how do we keep sane and prevent being overwhelmed? It’s by walking in the way of humility, after Jesus’ example. When we walk in the way of humility, we will be bold when God’s justice calls us to, merciful for people even to the point of loving our enemies, and we will live within the limitations of the Holy Spirit’s leading fo…
 
Jesus calls us to do something very counter-intuitive; ‘love your enemies’? How far should this go? Is this even realistic? Jesus taught, modeled and multiplied enemy love. His enemy love led to our salvation, and through radically loving their enemies, the first Christians spread the Gospel through the world. But how can we practice it today?…
 
We continue our 12-week series called “The Way of Jesus”. In this series we will spend a lot of time exploring the life of Jesus as a model or a blueprint for our own lives, contrasting it with the way of the world. This time Andre van Zyl speaks about "The Way of Self Denial" and what is means to pick up your cross and follow Jesus.…
 
We continue our 12-week series called “The Way of Jesus”. In this series we will spend a lot of time exploring the life of Jesus as a model or a blueprint for our own lives, contrasting it with the way of the world. This time Koen speaks about "The Way of the Lonely Place" and the importance of taking time regularly just to be with God and listen t…
 
We continue our 12-week series called “The Way of Jesus”. In this series we will spend a lot of time exploring the life of Jesus as a model or a blueprint for our own lives, contrasting it with the way of the world. This time Frank speaks about "The Way of Community" and the importance of sharing your faith in the context of a Christian community.…
 
Many of us are very concerned with the question: 'What is God's plan for my life?'. What does He want me to do? Where does He want me to go? Whom does He want me to be with?These are all good and important questions. But the question that precedes all these question is: 'What is God's way for my life'? This is the opening message of a 12-week serie…
 
A big questions that I've been considering from the beginning of this crisis is: "What is God doing in the midst of this?" I don't believe that a virus like this comes from God, but a crisis like this will surely be used by God to do something significant in our society and in our personal lives. Could it be that God is using this time to draw us c…
 
Just before Jesus would go into the most difficult 24 hours of His life, He turned to the Father to pray for His disciples. The things Jesus prays for there, directly apply to the turbulent times we live in today. We need to keep the right focus and not get distracted. Jesus prays that we would focus on 1) our relationship with God, 2) our unity wi…
 
We continue our sermon series ‘Road to Easter’ at Vineyard Groningen online due to restrictions caused by the Covid-19 (Corona) virus outbreak in The Netherlands. We’ll be looking at some of the events in the life of Jesus in the week before His crucifixion and resurrection. Alex ten Cate takes us through to story of John 12:20-33 where Jesus’ make…
 
Today we are starting off a new sermon series which is going to lead us right to Easter. In fact, it is called: Road to Easter. We’ll be looking at some of the events in the life of Jesus in the week before His crucifixion and resurrection We kick-off with the story of Mary anointing Jesus' feet with a very expensive perfume and based on that we wi…
 
Simple answers to complex questions are not a sign of a mature faith. The most brilliant mind in Christian history said that as his faith matured, he understood that his understanding was partial and incomplete. In dealing with all the tensions and complex questions in the Kingdom, we are left with three tools: faith, hope and love.…
 
This week we look at our relationship with the world. How Christians are supposed to be in the world but not of the world.This is something many of us struggle with daily because it has so many dimensions. Based on the prayer of Jesus for his disciples from John 17 we look at the tension between what it means to be in the world but not of the world…
 
What is your go to strategy to deal with a challenge or an issue in your life? Do you spur into action? Or do you devote to prayer? Here’s the thing. This is not an either-or thing. Our prayers and our actions are supposed to be intertwined. We fully rely on God, yet we understand that He is calling us to usher in His Kingdom.…
 
Ever heard of the Dutch word “eenheidsworst”? Literally translated, this would be sausage-unity. It’s a type of unity where you have to lose your uniqueness in. This is not the type of unity the Bible calls us to. In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul compares the church to a body, where all the unique parts contribute in a uniquely valuable way to form a well…
 
In the Kingdom of God, we experience a certain tension that is constantly stretching us, challenging us and puzzling us. We experience this tension because of two opposing realities that we experience simultaneously – the already and the not yet. This is a tension that is constantly stretching us. How can we deal with this? And what does the Bible …
 
This last Sunday of the year Matthijs shares with us on the topic of rest. Maybe sometimes finding rest is something we struggle with, it feels like rest is constantly under attack. You may feel there is not enough time for everything you would like to do. In creeps anxiety, worry and restlessness. We need to try to find rest, because The Bible com…
 
Ernst shares with us based on the scriptures about the announcement of the birth of Jesus Christ and Mary and Elizabeth responses to it an encouraging message on how the Word of God will never fail. And, how in the same way in our lives when we take the Word of God and read it, take it in, there will come a moment when it will make sense when the H…
 
Are you ready for what God wants to do through you? In this post, we will look at two different people; Zachariah and Mary. Both receive a special visit from an angel with the announcement of the greatest assignment of their lifetime. One responds in doubt, the other one in faith. Are you currently in tune with what God is doing in you and what He …
 
We are in a message series called The Kingdom Life to discover what it means to have a full life in Christ. In this series we’re trying to get a wider grasp of the impact of the Gospel through understanding how, in Jesus, our intimacy with God is restored. The Bible says that we are new creations; dead to sin and alive to God. We live in a new real…
 
We are in a message series called The Kingdom Life to discover what it means to have a full life in Christ. In this series we’re trying to get a wider grasp of the impact of the Gospel through understanding how, in Jesus, our intimacy with God is restored – we did that over the last three Sundays, how our identity is restored and in November we wil…
 
We are in a message series called The Kingdom Life to discover what it means to have a full life in Christ. In this series we’re trying to get a wider grasp of the impact of the Gospel through understanding how, in Jesus, our intimacy with God is restored. Jesus revealed God to us as a Father. To truly embrace intimacy with God, it is essential tha…
 
What does intimacy with God look like? The Bible provides us with many detailed descriptions of how people interacted with God. We’ve got David’s very emotional prayer journal in the Psalms. We find many detailed stories of how the prophets interacted with God and of course we have the life of Jesus who modeled complete unity with the Father. Today…
 
We all face challenges, disappointments, pain, sorrow, sickness, loss, grief and worries over what might happen. The one may have more problems than the other, but no one’s life is free of any of this. How can we still haves joy in times like this?In this series I’ve been speaking about joy from the book of Philippians. But when I speak about Chris…
 
This is part 3/4 in the DNA of Joy series on the book of Philippians. Today we continued on how we can keep our joy. The joy we have received from God does not depend on circumstances. Nothing or no one can ever take it away from us because its foundation is Christ. Unless of course, we let in a robber to steal it. In chapter 3 of his letter to the…
 
Last week we started this series discussing Philippians chapter 1 and compared happiness with joy. Today we continue in the second chapter of Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi, where he stresses the importance of being a healthy community of believers that truly reflects the life and character of Jesus. Joy increases and abounds in community.…
 
Today we start off a new message series called DNA of JOY. As we are at the beginning of a new church year, the holiday is officially over and we enjoy the sunshine not with that anticipation like in the Spring, but with a certain melancholic feeling of; “let’s enjoy it while it lasts” – it is probably a good idea to talk about what it means to hav…
 
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