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Vinings Lake Church

Messages from Vinings Lake Church in Mableton, Georgia. Vinings Lake is a progressive, fully-inclusive, diverse, and non-denominational spiritual community joining God in the restoration and renewal of all things. [ Service at 10:30 ]
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 30, 2016

The Bible speaks to the restoration, reconciliation, and renewal of all things. Failed marriages, poverty, racism, violence, abuse, hunger - all things. As a church, we are joining God in the restoration and renewal of all things. In this series, we are launching our All Things New initiative, which proposes that "Every child in our community deserves food, shelter, and hope." God is at work, and He is looking for partners to make all things new.

Oct 23, 2016

Special guest Pete Enns joins us for a conversation on why God desires our trust more than our "correct" beliefs.

Oct 16, 2016

Nowhere does Jesus talk more clearly about what it looks like to follow him than in the Sermon on the Mount. It’s a profound, counter-cultural announcement about a new way of living. The meek, the poor, and those who mourn are called blessed. Enemies are loved, the poor are cared for, and God’s will is done on earth. As we journey through this series together, may we become people of greater character, courage, and compassion.

 
Oct 9, 2016

Nowhere does Jesus talk more clearly about what it looks like to follow him than in the Sermon on the Mount. It’s a profound, counter-cultural announcement about a new way of living. The meek, the poor, and those who mourn are called blessed. Enemies are loved, the poor are cared for, and God’s will is done on earth. As we journey through this series together, may we become people of greater character, courage, and compassion.

Oct 2, 2016

Nowhere does Jesus talk more clearly about what it looks like to follow him than in the Sermon on the Mount. It’s a profound, counter-cultural announcement about a new way of living. The meek, the poor, and those who mourn are called blessed. Enemies are loved, the poor are cared for, and God’s will is done on earth. As we journey through this series together, may we become people of greater character, courage, and compassion.

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