vineyard during budbreak
Discover with your senses -- touch, see, smell, feel! What truths can we learn from Jesus' words, "I am the Vine, you are the branches..." John 15:5a
-This Tour Offers-
Visual examples of grafting and explanation of what it means to abide IN the Vine
See the branches of the vines, learn about the extensive root system, and understand the image of Christ as root
Discuss wild vine root stock and fruit-bearing cuttings, and how this relates to Jesus
Stop at Row 124 and learn about giving up burdens to God
Learn about the growth cycle of the vineyard as it applies to a life of faith
Discuss pruning, thinning, fruit-dropping and the harvest and connect these images to how God is working in our lives
A vine in the likeness of Jesus on the Cross
Cindy Steinbeck Teaching on a Tour
Cindy has a passion for teaching, but also for sharing in the stories of the many beautiful people whom she has met over the years. Her artful and empathic storytelling reaches directly and tenderly to the heart, and always with the intention of bringing healing, health, and shared joy.
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Life! Sap Flow from a Pruned Branch
During the winter months the vineyards appear lifeless. After careful pruning by the vinedresser, the warmer days of spring cause life to burst forth from buds as sap 'weeps' from the wounds of pruning to bring life and healing.
What is means to be grafted to the vine
Cutting a graft wound
Placing the branch with a matching wound into the rooted vine
Beth Moore on Steinbeck Vineyards
filming of Chasing Vines Group Experience
Cindy and Beth Moore filming for Chasing Vines
Cindy spent four days hosting Beth Moore and her team in Steinbeck Vineyards for the filming of the DVD for Chasing Vines. Cindy would be delighted to share stories in her vineyard at the film sights. She cherishes the opportunity to work with Beth Moore and Tyndale House Publishers!
Cindy and Beth Praying
Ancient, lifeless, and heavy, these stones are transcribed with sorrows, then left in the vineyard to symbolize the freedom offered in the vine
Row 124 has special significance.
Representations of fears, anxieties, and pain are cast into the vineyard. Those who cast them there are finding healing in the True Vine. Guests of this tour may symbolically leave these stones at the foot of a vine, and are encouraged to leave their true hurts with Jesus as he tends to their hearts.
New life in Row 124
Leaving physical stones in the vineyard reminds us that when we cast our cares upon Jesus they are no longer our burdens to bear, but rest fully upon his capable shoulders.
The Vinedresser Pruning
Cindy Praying in Row 124
Cindy Steinbeck records her journeys of faith, trust, trials, and healing in these books. The concepts given on the tour are elaborated through years of study and experience, presented through photography, bible study, and personal stories that invite you to know Jesus as the Vine who Speaks from the ground to the heart.