Remain with God in the secret place of prayer

Everybody Gets to Play #32

Liberty Vineyard,

God is on the move in Kentucky and we experienced a strong presence of the Lord yesterday at LVC as we studied 1 John 2:18-28. I talked quite a bit about holding on to the Gospel and engaging culture at the same time. We do want to contend and engage. The heart of my message yesterday was to remain with God in the secret place of prayer. May we continue to beat a path to that secret place from which everything else flows.

Night of Worship This Sunday

I just want to give a reminder and encouragement to come to our Night of worship combined with Atlanta Vineyard this Sunday night Feb. 19th at 6:30pm at Liberty Vineyard. My spirit and soul has been stirred as I listen in to the reports of students hungering and thirsting for more of God at Asbury in Wilmore, KY. I believe that in God’s providence that our worship night is being planned at such an opportune time. Please come and invite others to experience the Lord’s presence. We will have childcare so adults can come an enjoy the Lord’s presence without needing to worry about their children.

Zoom Prayer this week

I will be on Zoom this week on Wednesday at 1:30pm and Friday at 8:45am, setting some time aside to seek the Lord. I will open the room for about an hour. Please come and go as you please and pray. I won’t have much of an agenda other than to seek the Lord, asking Him for more, more, more! Please stop in if you wish. The link is here.

The Lord is stirring something special in my own heart and the hearts of many around our country. When I preached on Sunday, it was hard to contain the power of the Lord that I felt as I was standing in front. Let’s press in to His presence this week. So thankful for each of you!


John D. Trotter

Senior Pastor, Liberty Vineyard Church

Sunday’s sermon: Remain, and Remain Some More (Pastor John Trotter)