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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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Dec 17, 2018

Our world is divided. And that great chasm is widening by the second. Families, churches, communities, and workplaces have been torn apart from cultural wars. Just one minute on social media and you will find a dumpster fire of hatred, frustration, hostile dehumanization, and separation. Socioeconomic divides, ethnic divides, gender divides, theological divides, political divides have made the days of constructive discourse a thing of the past. So how will we move forward? How can we get through to one another? In this series we will introduce new, healthy, whole, healing ways of navigating the great divide.

Dec 12, 2018

Our world is divided. And that great chasm is widening by the second. Families, churches, communities, and workplaces have been torn apart from cultural wars. Just one minute on social media and you will find a dumpster fire of hatred, frustration, hostile dehumanization, and separation. Socioeconomic divides, ethnic divides, gender divides, theological divides, political divides have made the days of constructive discourse a thing of the past. So how will we move forward? How can we get through to one another? In this series we will introduce new, healthy, whole, healing ways of navigating the great divide.

Dec 2, 2018

Our world is divided. And that great chasm is widening by the second. Families, churches, communities, and workplaces have been torn apart from cultural wars. Just one minute on social media and you will find a dumpster fire of hatred, frustration, hostile dehumanization, and separation. Socioeconomic divides, ethnic divides, gender divides, theological divides, political divides have made the days of constructive discourse a thing of the past. So how will we move forward? How can we get through to one another? In this series we will introduce new, healthy, whole, healing ways of navigating the great divide.

Nov 26, 2018

Our world is divided. And that great chasm is widening by the second. Families, churches, communities, and workplaces have been torn apart from cultural wars. Just one minute on social media and you will find a dumpster fire of hatred, frustration, hostile dehumanization, and separation. Socioeconomic divides, ethnic divides, gender divides, theological divides, political divides have made the days of constructive discourse a thing of the past. So how will we move forward? How can we get through to one another? In this series we will introduce new, healthy, whole, healing ways of navigating the great divide.

Nov 18, 2018

Our world is divided. And that great chasm is widening by the second. Families, churches, communities, and workplaces have been torn apart from cultural wars. Just one minute on social media and you will find a dumpster fire of hatred, frustration, hostile dehumanization, and separation. Socioeconomic divides, ethnic divides, gender divides, theological divides, political divides have made the days of constructive discourse a thing of the past. So how will we move forward? How can we get through to one another? In this series we will introduce new, healthy, whole, healing ways of navigating the great divide.

Nov 13, 2018

Guest speaker and author Chris Heuertz joins us for a discussion on his most recent book, "The Sacred Enneagram."

Oct 29, 2018

Dr. King said, "The church must be reminded that it is not the master of the servant state, but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the critic of the state and never its tool." Central to what it means to be a child of God is a call to advocate for justice and righteousness. From Abraham to Paul, the Biblical imperative to stand up and speak for and with the oppressed, vulnerable, and marginalized is unavoidable. To say nothing is to say something. We will explore the many ways we can become socially engaged advocates who effectively work for the universal flourishing of all people.

Oct 22, 2018

Special guest and Native American author Kaitlin Curtice joins us for a conversation at VL.

Oct 14, 2018

Dr. King said, "The church must be reminded that it is not the master of the servant state, but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the critic of the state and never its tool." Central to what it means to be a child of God is a call to advocate for justice and righteousness. From Abraham to Paul, the Biblical imperative to stand up and speak for and with the oppressed, vulnerable, and marginalized is unavoidable. To say nothing is to say something. We will explore the many ways we can become socially engaged advocates who effectively work for the universal flourishing of all people.

Oct 7, 2018

Special guest B.T. Harman shares his southern coming out story with the VL tribe.

Sep 30, 2018

Today we have an inside talk with our members and online audience about the fiscal state and future of VL.

Sep 23, 2018

Dr. King said, "The church must be reminded that it is not the master of the servant state, but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the critic of the state and never its tool." Central to what it means to be a child of God is a call to advocate for justice and righteousness. From Abraham to Paul, the Biblical imperative to stand up and speak for and with the oppressed, vulnerable, and marginalized is unavoidable. To say nothing is to say something. We will explore the many ways we can become socially engaged advocates who effectively work for the universal flourishing of all people.

Sep 16, 2018

Special guest speaker and author Austin Channing Brown joins us for a conversation on race, social justice, and her latest book.

Sep 10, 2018

Dr. King said, "The church must be reminded that it is not the master of the servant state, but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the critic of the state and never its tool." Central to what it means to be a child of God is a call to advocate for justice and righteousness. From Abraham to Paul, the Biblical imperative to stand up and speak for and with the oppressed, vulnerable, and marginalized is unavoidable. To say nothing is to say something. We will explore the many ways we can become socially engaged advocates who effectively work for the universal flourishing of all people.

Aug 26, 2018

Special guest and pastor Stan Mitchell joins us to wrap up our conversation on and celebration of our Tribe.

Aug 19, 2018

Who is Vinings Lake? Where are we going? How will we get there? In this series we cast vision and recommit ourselves to the work God is doing in our Church, our community, and our world. We are asking everyone to make a deep commitment to our cause. Can VL count on you?

Aug 13, 2018

Who is Vinings Lake? Where are we going? How will we get there? In this series we cast vision and recommit ourselves to the work God is doing in our Church, our community, and our world. We are asking everyone to make a deep commitment to our cause. Can VL count on you?

Aug 6, 2018

Special guest and author Jonathan Merritt joins us for a discussion on his latest book, Learning to Speak God from Scratch.

Jul 25, 2018

Doug Murrell shares a message on the Implications of Freedom with the VL Tribe.

Jul 25, 2018

The book of Jonah isn’t just a cute children’s story about a magic whale. It’s a shocking, disturbing, and unsettling story that disrupts our biases, labels, and categories of “us” vs “them”. It’s about the death of a man’s worldview, a nation’s invitation to healing, and a God’s infinite compassion. This story is about radical forgiveness. It’s about me and you. Do we need to be thrown overboard so we can see the world in a new light? May we come to see through the story of Jonah that God is far more loving, compassionate, and generous than we could ever imagine. And may that compassion flow to us, through us, and from us.

Jul 10, 2018

The book of Jonah isn’t just a cute children’s story about a magic whale. It’s a shocking, disturbing, and unsettling story that disrupts our biases, labels, and categories of “us” vs “them”. It’s about the death of a man’s worldview, a nation’s invitation to healing, and a God’s infinite compassion. This story is about radical forgiveness. It’s about me and you. Do we need to be thrown overboard so we can see the world in a new light? May we come to see through the story of Jonah that God is far more loving, compassionate, and generous than we could ever imagine. And may that compassion flow to us, through us, and from us.

Jul 1, 2018

The book of Jonah isn’t just a cute children’s story about a magic whale. It’s a shocking, disturbing, and unsettling story that disrupts our biases, labels, and categories of “us” vs “them”. It’s about the death of a man’s worldview, a nation’s invitation to healing, and a God’s infinite compassion. This story is about radical forgiveness. It’s about me and you. Do we need to be thrown overboard so we can see the world in a new light? May we come to see through the story of Jonah that God is far more loving, compassionate, and generous than we could ever imagine. And may that compassion flow to us, through us, and from us.

Jun 28, 2018

The book of Jonah isn’t just a cute children’s story about a magic whale. It’s a shocking, disturbing, and unsettling story that disrupts our biases, labels, and categories of “us” vs “them”. It’s about the death of a man’s worldview, a nation’s invitation to healing, and a God’s infinite compassion. This story is about radical forgiveness. It’s about me and you. Do we need to be thrown overboard so we can see the world in a new light? May we come to see through the story of Jonah that God is far more loving, compassionate, and generous than we could ever imagine. And may that compassion flow to us, through us, and from us.

Jun 10, 2018

The book of Jonah isn’t just a cute children’s story about a magic whale. It’s a shocking, disturbing, and unsettling story that disrupts our biases, labels, and categories of “us” vs “them”. It’s about the death of a man’s worldview, a nation’s invitation to healing, and a God’s infinite compassion. This story is about radical forgiveness. It’s about me and you. Do we need to be thrown overboard so we can see the world in a new light? May we come to see through the story of Jonah that God is far more loving, compassionate, and generous than we could ever imagine. And may that compassion flow to us, through us, and from us.

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