Your calling doesn’t have to be confusing. In a tag team message, Pastor Manouchka Charles and Pastor Dakota Duron affirm hope with the reminder “Your Calling is Confirmed.”
Regardless of which direction God is appointing you, you can move with confidence, knowing he has the power to anoint beyond qualifications.
Jesus is calling you. But the answer is pending. Accept the call today and allow him to equip you for the journey.
Relationships can be complicated, nonetheless they’re part of the joy of our lives. As we celebrate Valentine's Day, Pastors Rich and DawnCheré Wilkerson share “Relationship Baggage Unpacked,” helping us confront the hang-ups that weigh down our relationships.
Feelings are amazing but they come and go so our relationships can’t be built on them. Pillars of a solid relationship are respect and forgiveness, but boundaries are needed to help cultivate growth.
In our relationships, we’ll never forget that it is Jesus, our firm foundation, who makes each person whole. When we allow him to change us from the inside out, we’ll flourish as individuals and within our relationships too.
Change is undoubtedly a part of our lives that God calls us to walk through. It helps us grow and improve, if we don’t resist it.
In this continuation of the “Changes” collection, Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. preaches that the “Point of Change” is not to merely look different but to be different.
Too often we get caught up in telling a great story that we miss out on living it. If we’re distracted or consumed with looking perfect, we can miss out on God’s blessings. It's up to us to posture our perspective and attitude to one of humility so we don’t miss the point of it all. When we get in line with Jesus, true transformation happens.
Have you ever encountered a situation where you felt alone and needed that extra push? There’s good news. Jesus offers us companionship like no other on our journey to change.
In this installment of the Changes Collection, Pastor DawnCheré Wilkerson reminds us that Jesus is “The Companion of Change.” Change starts with us acknowledging that everlasting transformation is only found in the love of our savior.
As we invite him to explore the depths of our hearts, we can guarantee that we will never be the same. We have a companion in our lives that chooses to walk with us even in the darkest night. Wrapping our minds around that is reassuring.
The places we archive are often marked with smells, memories or even tears. God offers us a new setting in our journey to change, but this transaction requires some conviction on our part.
In this installment of the Changes Collection, Pastor Wilkerson Jr. illustrates the importance of “The Place of Change.”
It’s no secret that God wants to transform us from the inside out but he wants to do so in a new spiritual environment. The responsibility is on us to change our posture so that God can move in our hearts. But are we willing to go to a place we have never been and do something we have never done?
Making a decision to change your life with faith forward is something to celebrate. We may look forward to exciting new opportunities and improved results.
Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. gives us an expectation of what it looks like to create prolonged and meaningful transformation in the message “The Cost of Change” from the collection of talks “Changes”.
Once we begin to step into our new habits, we must be committed to the price of this transformation. Temptation and setbacks are sure to come our way, but when we are loyal to the mission, we will see full spiritual restoration.
Have you ever been looking for something and you walked right past it because it didn’t look the same as before? Could this be God’s plan for your life when others see you?
In a message kicking off the new year, Pastor Manouchka Charles helps us cast vision for 2021 in the message “New Me, Who’s This?”
When God wants to do something new in our lives, we have to rid ourselves of our old ways. Complete transformation comes through aligning ourselves with God and surrendering all that is unlike him. As we remove, God replaces, with a double portion of blessing. People may not recognize the version of you that is clothed in godly strength and humility but this is the "new" that God wants for you.
As a church, we’ve decided to take this last Sunday to rest and reflect, and boy, has 2020 given us a lot to think about.
Join the VOUS Team looking back on all the good that has happened in the life of VOUS Church this year. We hope this walk through memory lane inspires you to reminisce on your own good times.
Though this marks the last Sunday of the year, we know the future is bright. Thank you for walking the journey with us. Onward to 2021!