Two weeks ago my family and I left small town Wisconsin and headed south to Chicago for a family vacation. In addition to getting Chicago
As followers of Jesus who have joined God on his mission, we should naturally spend time reading Scripture and doing our best to apply it.
If your church doesn’t podcast, stop everything you are doing and get one started. Sure, that may seem a little radical and I’ll acknowledge that
In the past six months I’ve done quite a bit of traveling as I’ve attended and/or spoke at a number of Vineyard conferences, training sessions,
In a small town context, it’s important to read the culture well and discern how to best contextualize it in order to do effective ministry.
I want to draw your attention to two excellent posts regarding church planting in Small Town USA, aka rural america. First, Bob Logan shared his thoughts on
In 2012, my family and I left a suburb of Philadelphia (one of the largest cities in America) to plant a church in Keene, a
There’s no doubt that the US is becoming increasingly more secular. Many people discuss how (and why!) we’re living in a postmodern culture and depending upon
If you’ve had a chance to check out the Small Town USA partnership, you’ll notice that Multiply Vineyard is committed to resourcing churches to plant churches in