Vintage Church’s mission is to make disciples who know the gospel, live the gospel, and advance the gospel. Live 2017 is the second year in a three year series based on that mission. Last year through Know 2016 we focused on knowing the gospel more fully as a church. We look back on 2016 as a year of understanding the absolute totality of Jesus’ work on our behalf, and we look ahead to 2017 as a year of learning to walk according to that reality.
LIVE 2017 RESOURCE RECOMMENDATIONS
- Parenting: Parenting by Paul Tripp
- Marriage: Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller
- Singles: A Long Obedience in the Same Direction by Eugene Peterson
- Creatives: Walking on Water by Madeline L’Engle
- Leaders: Emotional Intelligence by Harvard Business Review
- Students: Love Does by Bob Goff
- College: Encounters with Jesus by Tim Keller
Other Live 2017 Events
As part of Live 2017 we are offering specific training on learning how to live out the gospel in the specific phase of life or arena you operate in.
These gatherings will be helpful to learn, share, and grow in living the gospel. Choose an area below and join in!
At Vintage Students, we’re passionate about our mission, our students, and our amazing God! We believe that Jesus revolutionized the world through something we often take for granted: the power of students. Every week middle and high school students gather together to talk about what God says in his word, and throughout the spring we’ll be discussing what it means to live according to the gospel. For more information, or to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays through April 23, 10:30-11:15a
Vintage College Seminar exists in order to equip students to know, live, and advance the gospel. Our goal is to provide a safe place to talk about difficult topics and provide students with a launching pad for being leaders on campus and around our city. This semester we will be discussing what it means to live according to the gospel. Students can feel free to jump into the class on any given week through April 23. There will be a seminar each Sunday aside from March 5 and 12 due to Spring Break, and April 16 due to Easter Sunday. Questions? Email Ted Yap, College and Students Director for Vintage Church Downtown: email@example.com.
Next event is November 14
We have many creatives at Vintage Church who are involved in the culture of Downtown Raleigh. Once a month we’re going to gather together and explore God as Creator, and what it means to communicate the beauty of the gospel through our art and our lives.
Our hope through these monthly gatherings is to build relationships with one another and love those within the art and music scene in downtown Raleigh. For more information, contact Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org.