Jun 15 2017
Vineyard Mombasa’s ongoing vision for realness in the church is an icebreaker ministry. We are called to cut a path through religiosity and hope others will catch the trend and follow.
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Sep 9 2016
The rituals of Moses’ Law pointed to Jesus, and so when he came the Law was fulfilled. Today we do not practice outward rituals like animal sacrifices or avoiding unclean food, we practice the inward realities that these things were symbols of. Click the arrow to play –
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Sep 19 2014
“Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.” With such words Jesus silenced the religious leaders. People were amazed. They asked “How did this man get such learning without having been taught?” Hearing them Jesus answered, “My teaching is not my own. It comes from the one who sent me” (John 7:16).
When Jesus told the Jews to give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, some Pharisees and Herodians had come to catch him in his words. They wanted to show him up as a false teacher. The Pharisees considered themselves to be guardians of the law – those who upheld what it was to be Jewish. The Herodians were the pro-Roman Jewish aristocracy who demanded loyalty to Herod and Caesar. More
In an age where the church is being criticized for falseness, we aim to be real, and to reach those the religious cannot reach.