In our world and culture, money is important. Some idolize money. Others worry about money. And all of us know that we need money. Truth be told, we all want to prosper; everyone wants to be prosperous. But what does it really mean to be prosperous? Does being prosperous mean we can buy whatever we want? Does it mean we never have to worry about money? What if being truly prosperous had less to do with ourselves and more to do with others? Join Vintage Church as we learn from the Apostle Paul as to what it truly means to be prosperous. We’ll talk money, debt, savings, generosity, and more!
Join us Sundays at 9 & 11a! Check out more information on our Sunday morning gatherings.
Make Space: Practical Advice on Debt, Financial Freedom, and Generosity
We had an incredible evening of learning practical advice on debt, financial freedom, and generosity from 3 sessions and 2 panel discussions from financial experts within Vintage Church. Check out all of the resources on our Make Space page.
September 1, 2019 | What does it mean to prosper? | 2 Corinthians 8:1–5
Are you prosper[us]? God prospers us not for greed but for generosity.
September 8, 2019 | Why should we prosper? | 2 Corinthians 8:6–15
Are you prosper[us]? God prospers us not for ourselves, but for Himself and others.
September 15, 2019 | Are you ready to prosper? | 2 Corinthians 8:16–9:5
Are you prosper[us]? God prospers us not to talk about generosity but to live generously.
September 22, 2019 | How will you prosper? | 2 Corinthians 9:6–15
Money Talks Sermon Series
Managing Money 101 Equip Night
SHIFT Sermon Series: Week 3—Your Money
Check out these brief sermon snapshots from our Prosper[us] series. Like what you see? Make sure to check out the full sermon videos above.
Why Are We Generous?
Our generosity is not about how much money we have but about the state of our hearts. Watch as Pastor Dustin Turner challenges us to be generous regardless of how much money we have.
Love is a Verb
Our generosity proves our love! Watch as Pastor Dustin Turner teaches us from the Apostle Paul and John Mayer that we demonstrate our love for God and others by our actions.
How Often Should You Be Generous?
Watch as Pastor Dustin Turner challenges us to make our generosity regular. Why? Because generosity should be a lifestyle, not a one-time event.
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