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,
A question often asked of church planters and pastors is, “How do you know if you are called into pastoral ministry?” British preacher Charles Spurgeon
Sipping beers at Barnaby’s Brewing Company in downtown Juneau, My wife, Samantha, and I weren’t sure what to expect, or, to be more accurate, who
When taking on a task of epic proportions, especially church planting, the natural question within us is: “Do I have what it takes?” So, how do you know? Answering the following questions can give you practical confidence in God’s call.
Church planting wrecked my family’s life. When God called us to plant a new Vineyard church, I had been working as a youth pastor for
South Suburban Vineyard Church Planter Geno Olison shares about the unusual intentionality it takes to build a multicultural church from the ground up. As you
Check out these talks from the most recent Cause Conference! We heard from pastors Renee Cunningham and Alan Scott on why the kingdom of God is a cause worth living and dying for.
Over the past few weeks images of death, destruction, and anger have filled the screens of our phones and televisions. In America, this is nothing
We were surrounded by paint brushes, brooms, and mops. The chairs still needed to be wiped down and set out in socially distanced patterns. Our
https://youtu.be/giKjWyFCMgs Preaching is one of the main ways we have to communicate our theology, our vision, and our values. The Neighborhood Pastor Renee Cunningham shares
In this season of quarantine and subsequent lockdown, we’ve discussed many tools and tactics. As we re-emerge into this new season post-lockdown churches and church
I don’t know about you, but if I hear the phrases “unprecedented time” or “unique and strange circumstances” one more time, I might go a