Hermie Smit is a Department Director with CityTeam, overseeing the expansion of services in low-income Bay Area neighborhoods through mobile pantries and partnerships with local
Our world and our lives changed abruptly over the last few months. From school closings, loss of jobs, and concerns for our health and safety,
We love to hear the stories of how our newest Vineyard church plants are reaching their communities in unique ways. Allison Mackey and her husband
Have you ever gone to bed and thought, “I have nothing more to do. Everything is done…” Oh, that’s right. You haven’t. I haven’t either.
One important part of disciple-making is experiencing God’s heart and calling for a specific place or people group. It could be where you work, your
I didn’t want to plant a church. God made me do it. Okay, that is not entirely true. God doesn’t make us do anything. God
I don’t know about you, but in planning for my church, I often hope God will just download a course of action into my brain.
Bubba Justice shares with us about how we can sustainably send out and financially support church plants while still staying healthy as a sending church.
One of the values that attracted me to the Vineyard was church planting. I was raised in church but had never before heard those two
“Me, a pastor? Never!” I threw my head back in laughter at the thought. “I will never be a pastor. I see what they go
Our Disciple Making Movement Specialist interviews Chris Galanos, Founding and Lead Pastor of Experience Life Church in Lubbock, Texas. In this interview, Chris shares his
Like most days, my alarm goes off at 6am. I turn off the alarm, dial into a prayer call, take a shower, grab some tea,