In this profile, I love how Shari’s personality not only comes through, but how it turns up as a key part of how God is
One thing I love about reading and editing these stories, is that every church and every church planter is unique. In this case, Dave Garrett
If you’ve thought about church planting for more than five minutes, you’ve probably realized how potentially daunting a task it can be. There is so
Next up in our series of church planter stories: Cody Busick of the Coastlands Vineyard in Morro Bay, CA. I love how Cody boils church
Here’s the second in our series of church planter stories! This time, we hear from Jason Verduzco and Vineyard 509 in Spokane, Washington. Jason’s enthusiasm
Last year we sent out questionnaires to all our new church planters so we could get a sense of their story and what their churches
We are so incredibly privileged in the Vineyard to be part of a national and international family of churches all working together to preach and
One thing I love about my job is getting to hear stories from church planters around the country of how God is moving and working.
I wanted to post a link to this great article about the beginnings of a new urban Vineyard church in Oklahoma City. It’s a great
Homero Garcia- “I Said Yes To God” from Vineyard Church Planting on Vimeo.
One of the key phrases in the Vineyard is, “Everyone gets to play.” That means everyone – not just those whose first language is English!
Phil Strout reflects on his experiences as a church planter.