John Wimber, founder of the Vineyard, said, “You teach what you know. You reproduce who you are.” Your church plant is going to look like
Church planting is not for the faint of heart and we’re not meant to bear the burden alone. Every church planter needs safe people in
Isolation and loneliness are issues most pastors struggle with when it comes to ministering in rural communities. Plus, multiplying a small town church can feel
As a leader, do you feel the tension of trying to help people become disciples toward Jesus, not simply hold the beliefs of current culture?
In different seasons of life, most of us spend time actively seeking what direction God has for us. We wonder how God might want to
Do you love college students? Are you drawn to people in these increasingly non-religious cities and towns? If so, you’ll love this conversation with Matt
A number of years ago I started an energy management business which we eventually franchised nationally and internationally. Before launching this new venture, I met
Planting and leading a church is an exercise in improvisation. On top of that pastoring your creative community is an additional challenge. Are you looking
My husband and I had been attending a Vineyard church for a little over a year when we went to our first Vineyard conference—Cause Con
Calling feels like a rumble. It moves inside you and rustles around until you pay attention to it. In 2013, I was feeling the rumble.
Do you want to know who was the most challenging person on our church plant team? I was. By far. Sure, there were really sweet
Clouds and dirt. This is a great episode exploring church planting from both the 30,000-foot level as well as looking at the practical, in-the-trenches daily