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Loving Across Our Differences: Have You Received the Holy Spirit? - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Summary:
Pastor Donnell delves into Acts 19 to explore the pivotal role of the Holy Spirit in forming the early multiethnic church, highlighting Paul’s ministry in Ephesus. He begins by examining Paul's initial interactions in Ephesus, where Paul confronts a community deeply entrenched in idolatry and spiritual confusion. Pastor Donnell points out that despite the overwhelming presence of idols, Paul identifies the Holy Spirit's preparatory work in people's hearts, readying them for the transformative message of the Gospel. This readiness among the Ephesians showcases the universal applicability and adaptability of the Gospel across different cultures and beliefs.
 
Pastor Donnell further discusses the challenges Paul faces as he introduces the concept of the Holy Spirit to believers who were unfamiliar with it, leading to powerful demonstrations of God's power through speaking in tongues and prophesying. These signs not only affirm the believers’ faith but also attract significant attention, both positive and adverse, from the surrounding community. Pastor Donnell emphasizes the dramatic scene where local exorcists attempt to replicate Paul’s success, only to be overwhelmed by the very spirits they try to command. This incident underscores the necessity of a genuine connection with Christ and the Holy Spirit, beyond mere knowledge of or familiarity with Christian teachings.
 
Concluding the sermon, Pastor Donnell reflects on the societal impact of the Gospel as depicted by Luke in Acts 19. He ties the historical context to today's challenges within the church, particularly regarding embracing a multiethnic and multigenerational congregation. By examining Paul's strategic and sensitive approach to different cultural contexts, Pastor Donnell calls on the congregation to embrace the Holy Spirit’s role in breaking down barriers and fostering a truly inclusive community. This sermon invites believers to not only appreciate the depth of the Gospel’s reach but also to actively participate in creating a church environment where diverse backgrounds are not just present but are integral to the church’s identity and mission.
Direct download: 2024.7.7.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: Resisting the Temptation to Give Up - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Summary:
Pastor Donnell explores the challenges and dynamics of early Christian evangelism in a multicultural context through the lens of Acts 18, focusing on Paul's ministry in Corinth. After experiencing mixed receptions and violent rejections in his missionary work, Paul arrives in Corinth, a city of diverse backgrounds including exiles and different ethnic groups. 
 
In his sermon, Pastor Donnell delves into the complexities of preaching to a mixed audience, where Paul's message of inclusion through Christ meets both acceptance and intense resistance. The reaction in Corinth reflects broader social and spiritual conflicts, as some community members embrace the gospel while others perceive it as a threat to their cultural identity and security. This tension leads to a significant moment where Paul decides to focus his efforts on the Gentiles after facing rejection from his fellow Jews. Pastor Donnell uses this shift to discuss the emotional and spiritual labor involved in forming a church that not only welcomes diversity but actively integrates it into its core identity.
 
Concluding, Pastor Donnell reflects on the vision and resilience required to build a truly multicultural church community. He points out that despite the setbacks Paul faced, including violence and opposition, the apostle's commitment to his mission—fueled by a divine reassurance of safety and impact in Corinth—underscores the enduring call for Christians to engage deeply with and within diverse communities. Through Paul’s example, Pastor Donnell encourages the congregation to embrace the challenges of diversity as opportunities for profound spiritual growth and witness, affirming that true belonging in the church transcends cultural, ethnic, and historical barriers.
Direct download: 2024.6.30.mp3
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Loving Across Our Differences: Centered Set and the Multicultural Church  - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this sermon, Pastor Donnell takes us through Paul’s time in Athens as detailed in Acts 17, focusing on how Paul adeptly navigates a culturally rich yet spiritually idolatrous environment. Paul, finding himself in a city teeming with idols, does not dismiss the Athenians' beliefs but instead engages deeply with their culture. He recognizes that God was already at work in Athens, preparing the way for the Gospel. Pastor Donnell emphasizes that Paul’s initial disturbance at the city’s idolatry transforms into a strategic engagement. By reasoning in synagogues and marketplaces, Paul demonstrates a commitment to understanding and dialoguing within the Athenians' cultural framework, showing respect and openness rather than condemnation.
 
Pastor Donnell highlights the crucial moment when Paul stands before the Areopagus, using this opportunity not to chastise the Athenians but to connect with them on their own terms. He points out that Paul’s method of preaching shifts dramatically here; he doesn't start with Jewish history but with the Athenians' own religious artifacts, specifically an altar to an unknown god. This approach underscores a significant missionary strategy: starting where the audience is, not where we might want them to be. Pastor Donnell points out that by quoting their poets and tapping into their existing religious sentiments, Paul builds a bridge for the Gospel, presenting Christianity not as a foreign set of ideas but as the fulfillment of their own spiritual yearnings.
 
The sermon concludes with a reflection on the implications of Paul's methods for contemporary Christian witness. Pastor Donnell challenges the congregation to consider how they too can engage with those of different cultural or religious backgrounds without compromising the Gospel’s essence. By finding common ground and speaking into people’s experiences and longings, believers can more effectively share the transformative power of Jesus Christ. Pastor Donnell calls this "meeting people where they are" and using every available cultural resource to point towards God’s love and truth, much like Paul did in Athens. This approach not only respects and values the culture but also paves the way for deeper understanding and acceptance of the Gospel.
Direct download: 2024.6.23.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: Navigating Faith in a Multi-Cultural World - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this sermon, Pastor Donnell explores the dynamic and often challenging interplay of faith, culture, and communication as exemplified in Acts 14, focusing on the miraculous healing in Lystra and the subsequent cultural misunderstandings that arise. He begins by emphasizing the ordinary nature of the divine interaction between Paul and a lame man, which leads to an extraordinary miracle. This act of healing, while miraculous, triggers a cascade of events that illustrate the difficulties of preaching the Gospel in a culturally diverse environment. The locals, interpreting the miracle through their own religious lens, mistake Paul and Barnabas for gods, highlighting the ease with which the message of the Gospel can be misconstrued in different cultural contexts.
 
Pastor Donnell delves deeper into the response of Paul and Barnabas to the crowd's actions, which includes their horror and immediate attempt to correct the misunderstanding by tearing their clothes—a traditional sign of distress and sincerity in their culture. Despite their efforts, the crowd struggles to grasp their message, leading to further complications when external agitators turn the crowd against them, culminating in violence against Paul. This part of the sermon illustrates the volatility of cross-cultural evangelism, where language barriers, cultural misconceptions, and entrenched religious beliefs can distort the Gospel's message and lead to persecution.
 
Concluding the sermon, Pastor Donnell reflects on the broader implications for modern believers tasked with navigating faith in a multicultural world. He challenges the congregation to learn from Paul and Barnabas’s example by seeking clarity in communication and understanding in interactions. Emphasizing the need for patience and perseverance, he calls on the community to engage thoughtfully and respectfully with diverse cultural backgrounds to foster a deeper, more effective witness of the Gospel. Pastor Donnell encourages embracing the complexities of global ministry with faith and courage, ensuring that the truth of the Gospel transcends cultural and linguistic barriers to touch the hearts of all people.
Direct download: 2024.6.19.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: The Power of Peace in a Violent World - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this sermon, Pastor Donnell explores the themes of violence and ethnic tension as presented in Acts 16, where Paul and Silas encounter injustice in Philippi. He begins by detailing the story of a demon-possessed slave girl used by her owners for profit, and how Paul's act of freeing her from possession leads to severe repercussions for him and Silas. The focus then shifts to the reaction of the local populace and authorities, highlighting the underlying ethnic prejudices that exacerbate the violence against them. Pastor Donnell uses this narrative to discuss the broader societal issues of racial and ethnic tensions, pointing out how quickly these can lead to violence and injustice, much like in today's world.
 
Pastor Donnell delves deeper into the systemic nature of these prejudices, examining how they manifest in the charges against Paul and Silas, who are accused not of a specific crime, but of being culturally and ethnically out of place. This leads to a broader discussion on how societies often harbor latent biases that can erupt under certain conditions, underscoring the need for vigilance and awareness in our interactions and judgments. Pastor Donnell challenges the congregation to reflect on how these dynamics play out in their own communities and to consider the Christian response to such injustices.
 
Concluding the sermon, Pastor Donnell draws parallels between the experiences of Paul and Silas and the suffering of Jesus, emphasizing that God is intimately present in situations of injustice and violence. He reassures the congregation that God's response to violence is not retribution but presence and peace. Through the example of Paul and Silas, who sang hymns and prayed even while imprisoned, Pastor Donnell advocates for a radical, peace-driven response to violence—a commitment to non-violence, understanding, and the building of relationships that transcend ethnic and cultural barriers. He calls on the church to embody this peaceful stance, using their influence to foster reconciliation and healing in a divided world.
Direct download: 2024.6.9.mp3
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Loving Across Our Differences: A Gospel Beyond Nationalism - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
This sermon delves into the transformative power of the early church as described in Acts 13, highlighting Paul's mission in the diverse, multi-ethnic community of Syrian Antioch. Pastor Donnell outlines how this early Christian community, led by a cross-cultural team including figures like Barnabas and Simeon the African, exemplified the Gospel's call to transcend ethnic, social, and economic divisions. This setting becomes the launching pad for Paul's missionary journeys, which were deeply influenced by his vision of the church as a community that transcends traditional societal boundaries, aiming to serve rather than convert, to understand rather than to enlist.
 
The sermon challenges contemporary notions of nationalism and self-determination through the lens of the New Testament, where the early church navigated their identity within and against the Empire. The apostles grappled with whether to adhere to Jesus' lordship or conform to secular rulers like Caesar, questioning the inclusive nature of the Gospel amid rigid societal structures. This discussion leads into a critique of nationalism, which often promises security and independence but at the cost of genuine communal relationships and global unity.
 
Drawing from Paul's teachings, Pastor Donnell argues for a radical envisioning of society modeled after Jesus' resurrection, which heralds a new world order of reconciliation and collective belonging, rejecting the divisive and competitive nature of nationalism. By embracing this model, believers are called to witness a kingdom that acknowledges no earthly borders, where every individual is seen and valued as part of a global family under Christ's sovereign rule. This vision compels the church to live out a faith that actively dismantles barriers and builds bridges, fostering a truly inclusive community that reflects the fullness of God's kingdom on earth.
Direct download: 2024..6.2.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: Power to Become Witnesses - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this transformative sermon, Pastor Donnell explores the radical shift from worldly power to spiritual empowerment as demonstrated by the early disciples following Jesus’ ascension. Initially seeking power to overcome and dominate, the disciples are instead endowed with the Holy Spirit, transforming them into witnesses of the resurrection. This empowerment signifies a move away from the desire for control and dominion towards a mission of witness and proclamation across diverse communities—from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth as noted in Acts 1:7-8.
 
The sermon delves into the profound implications of the resurrection, challenging the prevailing norms of empire, which were characterized by exploitation, materialism, and a survival of the fittest mentality. Contrasting this, Pastor Donnell highlights how the early Christian community, as described in Acts 2:42-47, embodied a radical communal life. They shared possessions, provided for the needy, and lived out a powerful testament to the transformative impact of living under God’s rule—characterized by generosity, unity, and mutual support, fundamentally opposing the individualistic and materialistic values of the surrounding culture.
 
The message concludes by encouraging modern believers to embrace this ancient yet ever-relevant mode of living. The speaker calls for a surrender of personal agendas and an embrace of communal living as a response to Jesus' teachings. Highlighting the skills of generosity, empathy, and resilience against cultural norms, the sermon invites listeners to consider how they too can live out the resurrection in their own contexts. This community-oriented approach not only challenges societal norms but also aligns with the divine economy where there is always enough, echoing the profound truth that in God's kingdom, no one is left in need.
Direct download: 2024.5.26.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: Pentecost - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this insightful sermon, the Pastor Donnell dives deep into the scriptural accounts of Jesus discussing the Holy Spirit with His disciples in John chapters 14 through 16, highlighting the necessity and significance of the Advocate's presence in the believers' lives. Jesus prepares His disciples for His departure by promising the gift of the Holy Spirit, emphasizing that His physical absence will be compensated by the Spirit's perpetual presence. This transition, Jesus explains, is beneficial as it empowers the disciples to live out their calling with divine assistance, offering comfort, authority, and the power needed to witness effectively in the world.
 
The sermon then connects the promise of the Holy Spirit to the dramatic events of Pentecost described in Acts 2, where the disciples experience the tangible arrival of the Holy Spirit as a mighty wind and tongues of fire. This moment signifies not only the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise but also serves as a pivotal point in the church's history, demonstrating the Spirit's role in empowering believers to overcome cultural and linguistic barriers, thereby fostering a truly inclusive and diverse community. This account is juxtaposed with the story of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11, where human attempts at unity without divine blessing led to confusion and division, illustrating that true unity and diversity are achieved through the Spirit's intervention.
 
Concluding the sermon, the Pastor Donnell elaborates on the concept of "Relational Reliance," where just as Jesus lived in continuous reliance on God, believers are called to live in a relationship dependent on the Holy Spirit. This reliance transforms their understanding of community and mission, enabling them to embrace and celebrate diversity as God’s design. The sermon invites the congregation to experience the Holy Spirit's power personally, offering prayer for those who seek the spiritual gifts, including tongues, to enrich their prayer life and deepen their connection with God. This message challenges the congregation to rethink the role of the Holy Spirit in overcoming differences and uniting believers across varied backgrounds.
Direct download: 5.19.24.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 10:00am EDT

Loving Across Our Differences: Embracing Unity in Diversity - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
 
In the new sermon series "Loving Across Our Differences," Pastor Donnell embarks on a scriptural exploration of how the early church thrived as a multi-ethnic, multi-generational community characterized by love and unity. Drawing from the conflicts and resolutions found in Acts 6, the series begins by addressing the often overlooked grievances of the Hellenistic Jews, whose widows were neglected in the daily distribution of food. This narrative sets the stage for discussing broader themes of discrimination and exclusion within communities of faith, underscoring the importance of creating spaces where every group feels seen and valued.
 
As the sermon progresses, Pastor Donnell delves into the practical skills and spiritual insights employed by the early church leaders to foster inclusivity and resolve tensions. He highlights the apostles' approach of listening, validating, and actively addressing the concerns of the marginalized Hellenistic Jews by appointing seven members known for their wisdom and spiritual depth to oversee fair distribution. This act of empathy and decisive leadership serves as a model for today's church in handling internal conflicts that threaten its unity and mission.
 
In his concluding remarks, Pastor Donnell connects these historical events to present-day challenges within the church, advocating for a proactive stance on racial reconciliation as a Gospel issue. He encourages the congregation to engage deeply with one another's pain and differences, inspired by the biblical example of Job's friends who shared in his suffering. Through this series, Pastor Donnell calls on the church to not only celebrate diversity but to actively pursue reconciliation and unity, reflecting the inclusive heart of the Gospel.
Direct download: 5.12.24.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 1:36pm EDT

John 20: Creating Breathing Room - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary: 
In his sermon, Pastor Donnell delves into the significance of creating "breathing room" for spiritual growth and witness, inspired by John 20:19-22, where the disciples are depicted in fear and seclusion post-crucifixion. He emphasizes that each disciple was chosen to bear witness to Jesus' work—welcoming, restoring, healing, and transforming lives. Pastor Donnell challenges the congregation to consider the personal and communal costs of bearing such witness in a world that may not always be receptive.
 
Expanding on the concept of "breathing room," Pastor Donnell defines it as the space needed to foster an intimate connection with God, filled with hope, peace, joy, and love, and cleared of sin and negativity. This room is not just a personal retreat but a communal offering, creating opportunities for others to connect, heal, and transform through God's presence. This process involves active listening, hospitality, and a willingness to be interrupted by the needs of others, thereby living out the call to be open-handed and creative in practicing grace and mercy.
 
The sermon concludes with a powerful reminder of the disciples' transformation when Jesus breathes the Holy Spirit upon them, echoing God’s initial act of breathing life into man. Pastor Donnell connects this to the continuous invitation for the community to join Jesus in his mission of grace and inclusion, urging everyone to actively participate in creating breathing room for themselves and others. This act not only reaffirms their belonging to God but also empowers them to extend that sense of belonging to the disfavored and discounted, truly embodying the spirit of witnessing and service.
Direct download: 2024.5.5.mp3
Category:Sermons -- posted at: 2:21pm EDT

Encountering the Resurrected Jesus: Simon Peter, Do you love me? - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
 
Summary:
In this sermon, Rev. Donnell Wyche focuses on the story of Jesus appearing to his disciples after his resurrection in John 21. The sermon starts by pondering Peter's state of mind as he decides to go fishing after all that has happened with Jesus. In the next section, the speaker reflects on the exchange between Jesus and Peter where Jesus asks Peter three times if he loves him and instructs him to take care of his sheep. Then Pastor Wyche delves into the humanity of Jesus and how his own hurt and betrayal by his friends is reflected in this conversation. He also explores the cultural and personal factors that may have influenced Peter's actions and mindset in relation to Jesus' death. However, through this interaction, the speaker sees a message of hope and restoration as Jesus offers Peter and all who feel they have failed a chance to make things right and start anew with a dangerous gift of hope in the power of God.
 
In the second part of the sermon, the speaker moves on to discuss the importance of meeting Jesus in our current state, regardless of where we are in life. Just like how Jesus appeared to his disciples in their ordinary activities, he continues to meet us where we are, regardless of our circumstances. The speaker reminds the congregation that there is no place or aspect of their lives that is off-limits to Jesus' love and presence. He encourages them to walk faithfully in the ways of Jesus and to live as a reflection of his love and hope in the resurrection.
 
In closing, Rev. Wyche leads the congregation in a prayer to invite the resurrected life into their hearts and to trust in the transformative power of God. He reminds them to live each moment as a testament to God's everlasting love and to embrace the abundance and hope that comes with it.

 

Direct download: 2024-4-21.mp3
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The Resurrected Jesus - Why are you troubled? - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

In this sermon, we explore a deeply transformative moment from John 20, focusing on the disciples' experience after the resurrection of Jesus. On the evening of the first day of the week, the disciples, locked away and fearful of persecution, are visited by Jesus, who greets them with a message of peace. This encounter highlights the overwhelming fear the disciples felt—even in the face of good news—similar to our contemporary anxieties, such as those related to financial debts. Despite the resurrection, Thomas remains skeptical, needing personal proof of Jesus' wounds to believe, underscoring a profound theme of the sermon: even the most tangible signs of hope cannot erase deep-seated fears.

The sermon delves into the implications of Jesus’ interactions with the disciples, particularly emphasizing His approach to Thomas. Jesus does not chastise Thomas for his doubts but meets him exactly where he is, demonstrating understanding and offering reassurance by inviting Thomas to touch his wounds. This act not only reaffirms Thomas’s faith but also illustrates a key message of the gospel—Jesus’ readiness to meet us in our uncertainty and fear, offering peace and confirmation without judgment.

The sermon concludes by reflecting on the broader message of the resurrection as a symbol of relentless hope and divine intervention in moments of despair. It challenges listeners to recognize that, like the disciples, we are often caught between fear and hope, but the presence of Jesus reassures us that we are not alone in our struggles. The resurrection signifies that God continues to work in our lives, inviting us into a story of forgiveness, reconciliation, and new beginnings, no matter the challenges we face. This message of enduring hope and peace is particularly resonant as we navigate the complexities and fears of modern life.

 

Direct download: 2024-4-14.mp3
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Encountering the Resurrected Jesus - The Road to Emmaus by Pastor Marissa Ortiz Jadrich - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Direct download: 2024-04-07.mp3
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Easter 2024 - Resurrection is a Promise and it is a Prophecy - Rev. Donnell T. Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

In this Easter sermon manuscript titled "Resurrection is a Promise and it is a Prophecy," Pastor Donnell Wyche introduces the concept of the Holy Week, focusing on Jesus Christ's entrance into Jerusalem and subsequent crucifixion under Pontius Pilate's orders. This event is portrayed as a clash between Jesus, seen as a usurper by the Roman Empire, and the oppressive forces of the time. The manuscript delves into the notion that Jesus's death, while seemingly a victory for the Empire, actually opens the door to new possibilities and life beyond death, challenging the empire's narrative and offering a new hope through self-sacrifice.

The second part, "It’s Not a Zero-Sum Game," draws on the story of Adam and Eve to discuss human nature, rebellion against God, and the resultant separation from divine love and grace. The sermon highlights humanity's tendency towards self-centeredness and the belief in a zero-sum game where one's gain is another's loss. The sermon highlights how these attitudes lead to spiritual death and alienation from God but also introduces the concept of hope — a hope that is not based on human efforts, but on the trust in God's ongoing involvement in the world and God’s promise of restoration and love.

Finally, "It’s Not the End, It’s Just the Beginning" centers on the transformative power of Jesus's crucifixion and resurrection. In this section of the sermon, Pastor Donnell argues that through Jesus's act of ultimate love and self-sacrifice, Jesus defeats the powers of sin, death, and evil, thereby debunking the myth of life as a zero-sum game and opening a way for humanity to re-enter God's presence without fear of death. The sermon concludes on a hopeful note with the resurrection, symbolizing a new creation and a renewed relationship between God and humanity, illustrated through the encounter of Mary Magdalene and the resurrected Jesus in a garden, signifying a full circle back to the intimacy of the original creation story.

Direct download: 2024-03-31.mp3
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When God Comes Near by David Paladino - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

In his Palm Sunday sermon, Dave reflects on the complexities of Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem, which is narrated in the Gospel of Luke. He discusses the tension between the celebratory mood of Jesus' followers and the somber reality of Jesus' mission, which culminates in his crucifixion. Dave explores how different groups—the joyful disciples, the threatened religious leaders, and Jesus himself—perceived this event. Jesus' entry provokes various reactions, underscoring the conflict and misunderstanding between him and the religious authorities, who are portrayed as increasingly antagonistic.

Dave then introduces the concept of the "false self," using the character from the film "Good Will Hunting" as an analogy to explain how people construct protective personas based on their desires and agendas. This idea extends to a "religious false self," where individuals manipulate their spirituality to fit their needs, rather than fully surrendering to God's will. The sermon illustrates how these false identities conflict with the authenticity and challenge presented by Jesus' teachings and actions, particularly as he confronts the commercial and exclusive practices in the temple.

The sermon concludes by tying the themes of false self and true surrender to the broader narrative of Holy Week. Dave emphasizes that Jesus' life, death, and resurrection exemplify the ultimate surrender and service to God, challenging followers to move beyond superficial faith. He encourages the congregation to embrace a more profound spiritual journey, aided by the model of Jesus' obedience and sacrifice, which is commemorated during Holy Week. This journey involves letting go of the religious false self and genuinely engaging with God through practices like the Lord's Prayer, which reflects Jesus' life and teachings.

Direct download: 2024-03-24.mp3
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The Promises of God - Our Story in the Light of God's Promises by Pastor Marissa Ortiz Jadrich - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Pastor Marissa encourages us to explore our personal narratives in the context of Jesus' life, as detailed by the different Gospel writers, in her sermon from the Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor. Part of the "Promises of God" series and titled "Embracing Our Story in the Light of God's Promises," the sermon delves into how each Gospel author uniquely presents Jesus' story, urging us to reflect on how these perspectives resonate with our own life experiences. Whether it's our family background, achievements, or significant historical events we've witnessed, she emphasizes that our stories are integral to our identity and purpose.

She invites the congregation to see themselves as part of a larger narrative, one that is deeply loved and cherished by God. This divine love and acceptance, Pastor Marissa suggests, are the foundations for genuine personal change and growth. Her message interweaves the Biblical account of Jesus with personal introspection, offering insights into our individual lives through the lens of Jesus' story.

The sermon concludes with a call to action, encouraging us to live in acknowledgment of God's eternal love and promises, embracing our own stories as part of God's grand narrative.

Direct download: 2023-12-24-morning.mp3
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The Promises of God - Jonah - Contending with God's Mercy by Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

In this sermon, Pastor Donnell encourages us to embrace gratitude and grace as we reflect on our year. He begins by expressing gratitude for those present and emphasizes the importance of focusing on what we should be thankful for, rather than dwelling on our failures and disappointments. Pastor Donnell reminds us that despite the challenges, we have made it through the year, which is a significant accomplishment.

He then delves into a sermon series on the promises of God, using the story of Jonah to illustrate his points. Pastor Donnell explores the idea of trust in God, especially in situations where God's plans might seem daunting or disagreeable. He provides a detailed analysis of Jonah's story, including Jonah's reluctance to follow God's command to go to Nineveh and his eventual compliance after trying to flee.

Pastor Donnell highlights Jonah's internal struggle and his anger towards God's mercy towards the Ninevites, which Jonah perceives as unjust. This part of the sermon invites listeners to reflect on the nature of justice, mercy, and our own responses to perceived injustices.

Throughout the sermon, Pastor Donnell skillfully weaves in contemporary applications, encouraging listeners to consider their own lives in light of Jonah's story. He challenges us to think about how we respond to God's calls, how we handle our own reluctances and disappointments, and how we can learn to trust in God's broader plan, even when it conflicts with our personal desires or sense of justice.

In conclusion, Pastor Donnell leaves us with a thought-provoking choice: to live in a world where mercy triumphs over judgment, as exemplified by God's treatment of Nineveh, or to choose a different path. This message, rooted in biblical narrative and rich in personal application, invites reflection and a deeper understanding of our relationship with God and others.

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The Promises of God - Habakkuk - God's Terrible Plan by Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Pastor Donnell encourages us to reflect on the nature of God's promises and our responses to them, especially during times of struggle and waiting. In his sermon titled "The Promises of God - Habakkuk - God's Terrible Plan" he delves into biblical narratives, focusing on how characters interact with God's promises through phases of receiving, believing, waiting, seeing, and blessing. He highlights the universal promise God made to humanity after Adam and Eve's disobedience, emphasizing God's continuous effort to fix the rebellion's consequences and asking for humanity's trust.

Pastor Donnell explores the prophet Habakkuk's dialogue with God, where Habakkuk questions God's seemingly unfair plans and confronts the injustice and violence he witnesses. This interaction serves as a model for bringing our doubts, questions, and anger to God. Pastor Donnell points out that even in the face of difficult or seemingly terrible divine plans, worship and faith in God's nature as a promise keeper are crucial.

He further discusses the impact of injustice and oppression, both on the oppressed and the oppressors, and the role of empire in these dynamics. Drawing parallels with contemporary issues of injustice and the feeling of helplessness they often evoke, he encourages bringing these concerns to God.

Concluding, Pastor Donnell relates this to Jesus Christ's own experience with state-sponsored violence and his ultimate resurrection, presenting it as the ultimate example of God's power over empire and violence. He challenges the congregation to examine their own lives for ways they might be perpetuating mini empires and to seek repentance and guidance from the Holy Spirit.

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The Promises of God - Zechariah by Pastor Marissa Ortiz Jadrich - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

In this sermon, Pastor Marissa delves into the theme of the Promises of God. She highlights the importance of promises not as tests of faith, but as foundations for hope. Pastor Marissa encourages us to see hope not as certainty about the future, but as envisioning a future different from the present and moving towards it with God. She discusses how faith and belief play crucial roles in embracing and enjoying God's promises, using the biblical story of Zechariah to illustrate how doubts and faith coexist in our relationship with God.

Pastor Marissa explains that promises are not just about big miracles but also about everyday assurances of God's presence and guidance. She shares personal anecdotes and biblical narratives to show how promises manifest in various forms - from an angel's message to Zechariah and Elizabeth about their son John, to Mary's visit to Elizabeth, where shared joy and hope amplify their faith. The sermon emphasizes that personal stories of faith and instances of God's kindness have the power to nourish faith and hope in others.

Throughout the sermon, Pastor Marissa invites listeners to reflect on their experiences of God's promises and kindness. She encourages sharing these stories within the community, underscoring their significance in strengthening collective faith and hope. The episode concludes with an invitation to connect with the church for further guidance and community involvement.

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The Promises Of God - Receiving, Believing, Waiting, Seeing, And Blessing by Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

Today's sermon by Pastor Donnell encourages us to become more aware of the patterns in our lives and how they intersect with our faith and personal growth. Pastor Donnell begins by highlighting the human brain's natural ability for pattern recognition, using an anecdote about a farmers market to show how this can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. The discussion then deepens, with Pastor Donnell using biblical narratives and personal stories to illustrate that life's journey often involves a process of waiting, recognizing, and responding to the promises of God.

Various examples, such as the story of the first humans in the garden, the pattern recognition skills of quarterbacks, and the learning process of reading, are used by Pastor Donnell to demonstrate how understanding and interpreting life's patterns can be transformative. The sermon stresses the importance of breaking away from negative patterns and putting our trust in God's promises for a better and more fulfilling life. Pastor Donnell calls on the congregation to nurture a life of faith, trust, and obedience to God, underlining the need to move away from the cycle of sin and towards the life that God desires for us.

In its conclusion, Pastor Donnell invites the congregation to reflect on the past year, acknowledging God's presence in their lives and contemplating what new 'seeds' of faith they might sow for the upcoming year. The overarching message is about placing trust in God's promises, discerning the patterns in our lives, and taking an active role in our spiritual development.

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The Compassionate Employer: Matthew 20:1-16 by Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Finding God: Episode 6; by Various - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Finding God: Episode 2; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz, Joan O'Connell, Danyelle Reynolds, and Mary Walker - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Finding God: Episode 1; by Sam tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Pentecost: Episode 3; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Pentecost: Episode 2; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Pentecost: Episode 1; by Dallas Burkholder - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Resurrection Life: Episode 5; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Resurrection Life: Episode 4; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Resurrection Life: Episode 3; by Anna Hillaker - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Resurrection Life: Episode 2; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Resurrection Life: Episode 1; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Lent: Episode 6; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Lent: Episode 5; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Lent: Episode 4; by Dan Lewan - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Lent: Episode 3; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Lent: Episode 2; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard
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Lent: Episode 1; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Epiphany: Episode 8; by Dallas Burkholder - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Epiphany: Episode 7; by Martha Balmer - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Epiphany: Episode 6; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Epiphany: Episode 5; by David Paladino - a2vc.org. Like us on fb.com/vineyardannarbor or watch our livestream Sundays @ 10:45am - vimeo.com/annarborvineyard

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Epiphany: Episode 4; by Andrew Cuthbert - a2vc.org.

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Epiphany: Episode 3; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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Epiphany: Episode 2; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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Epiphany: Episode 1; by Sam Tidball - a2vc.org.

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Advent: Waiting, Episode 4; by Anna Hillaker - a2vc.org.

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Advent: Waiting, Episode 3; by David Paladino - a2vc.org.

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Advent: Waiting, Episode 2; by Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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Advent: Waiting, Episode 1; by LaTricia Mitchell - a2vc.org.

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Pray: The Psalm Before the Storm, Episode 3; by Nigel Berry - a2vc.org.

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Pray: The Psalm Before the Storm, Episode 2; by Barb Hillaker - a2vc.org.

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Direct download: 14_November_2021.mp3
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Pray: The Psalm Before the Storm, Episode 1; by Pastor Sam Tidball - a2vc.org.

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Direct download: 7_November_2021.mp3
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Come and See, Episode 8; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Come and See, Episode 7; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Come and See, Episode 6; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Come and See, Episode 4; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Come and See, Episode 4; by Pastor Donnell Wyche and Rick Rykowski - a2vc.org.

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Come and See, Episode 3; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Direct download: 26_September_2021.mp3
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Come and See, Episode 2; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Direct download: 19_September_2021.mp3
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Come and See, Episode 1; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Share Your Burdens, Episode 5; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Share Your Burdens, Episode 4; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Share Your Burdens, Episode 2; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Share Your Burdens, Episode 1; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Blessing of the Pets; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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Get Into Nature!; by Pastor Samantha Tidball - a2vc.org.

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What’s (In) the Way to Generosity; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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God's Heart, Episode 5; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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God's Heart, Episode 4; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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God's Heart, Episode 3; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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God's Heart, Episode 2; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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God's Heart, Episode 1; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Holy Spirit: Inhabiting a New Reality, Episode 5; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Holy Spirit: Inhabiting a New Reality, Episode 4; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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Holy Spirit: Inhabiting a New Reality, Episode 3; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Holy Spirit: Inhabiting a New Reality, Episode 2; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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Holy Spirit: Inhabiting a New Reality, Episode 1; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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The Resurrected Jesus: Unless I See the Wounds; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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The Resurrected Jesus: Peter, Do You Love Me?; by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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The Resurrected Jesus: The Road to Emmaus; by Pastor Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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4 April 2021: Easter Sunday, by Pastor Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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28 March 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 6, by Pastor Samantha Tidball - a2vc.org.

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21 March 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 5, by Pastor Nigel Berry - a2vc.org.

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14 March 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 4, by Pastor Tim Imber - a2vc.org.

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7 March 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 2, by the Rev. Vannae Savig - a2vc.org.

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28 February 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 2, by the Rev. Anna Hillaker - a2vc.org.

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21 February 2021: Lent 2021 - Part 1, by the Rev. Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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7 February 2021: Big Enough Gospel - Part 5, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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31 January 2021: Big Enough Gospel - Part 4, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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24 January 2021: Big Enough Gospel - Part 3, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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17 January 2021: Big Enough Gospel - Part 2, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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10 January 2021: Big Enough Gospel - Part 1, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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3 January 2021: A New You for the New Year - 2021, by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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20 December 2020: Advent 2020 - When God Closes a Door - God Is Still With Us; by the Rev. Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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13 December 2020: Advent 2020 - When God Closes a Door - God Is Still With Us; by the Rev. Vannae Savig - a2vc.org.

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6 December 2020: Advent 2020 - When God Closes a Door - God Is Still With Us; by the Rev. Marissa Jadrich Ortiz - a2vc.org.

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29 November 2020: Advent 2020 - When God Closes a Door - God Is Still With Us; by the Rev. Donnell Wyche - a2vc.org.

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22 November 2020: Taking God Off Mute, Part 2; by the Rev. Vannae Savig - a2vc.org.

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15 November 2020: Taking God Off Mute, Part 1; by the Rev. Samantha Tidball - a2vc.org.

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