My church planting journey began as I rocked my daughter to sleep. I had been considering leaving vocational ministry in order to pay off our
As we started serving on ministry teams at our local Vineyard church, we learned more about the Vineyard’s values and beliefs; We absolutely loved the
Planting a new church is exciting, and for the most part spiritually and emotionally rewarding. It also comes with a massive cost and a lot
Churches tend to be as healthy as their leaders. We’ve know that for quite a while. Continually growing in self-awareness is crucial to discerning our
Multiply Vineyard comes alongside local churches by providing free webinars every month where you can interact with practitioners, pastors, and leaders in making disciples. We
Church Planters flourish when they are mentored, challenged, and supported in the kingdom work that they’re doing. Bi-vocational planters especially want to know that someone
I never envisioned becoming a senior pastor. I wasn’t even sure women should be pastors. In college, I was a history major. I spent time
Have you been asking yourself: “Am I really cut out for church planting?” Self-awareness is critical for church planters to clarify their calling into ministry.
At a recent workshop on church planting, I fielded questions about church planting that we thought might be helpful for a wider audience. If you’ve
During the two years that my wife and I prayerfully discerned a call to plant a church, we attempted to ready ourselves for bi-vocational ministry.
Being a church planter and the pastor of a small church, I always hoped we would some day be able to send out and support
The Desert Vineyard is a multi-ethnic, multi-generational church in Southern California. 5 years ago, Senior Pastor David Parker began to consider transitioning leadership of the