Vineyard Church Planters Tell What They Wish They’d Known Before They Began Their First Church Plant It’s been said that hindsight is 20/20. When you
By Brian Anderson, North Phoenix Vineyard, Arizona Every week 3.500 people find their way to one of five services at the 35-acre campus North Phoenix
The little fingers on my grandfather’s hands curved like parentheses. Each time a new child came into the family, he checked for the characteristic curvature.
This week, we continue our interview with Michael Gatlin to find out how success should be measured in church planting.
What if God could use you? Michael Gatlin shares his thoughts.
Adey Wassink and her husband Tom planted the Iowa City Vineyard in 1996. She is a well-respected leader within the Vineyard. Le Que Heidkamp sat
A significant part of the vineyard movement began in a living room in Yorba Linda, California in 1977. This description of those meetings by Carol
– From Cutting Edge, “The Church of Jesus Is the Hope of the World,” Summer 2010 South Suburban Vineyard’s radical vision (adapted from Geno Olison)