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What We Have Learned from Planting the Last 100 Churches in the Vineyard

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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Over the past 4 years, the Vineyard has planted over 100 new church plants. Each plant embodied the Vineyard DNA and is contextualizing the gospel in their community. Join us to find out what are some of the key things that we have learned about what makes these churches healthy. The conversation is led by Michael Gatlin, National Coordinator Multiply Vineyard.

What will you learn from this webinar:

  • The guiding principles of Multiply Vineyard
  • The best practices of multiplying churches
  • The barriers churches face while church planting

“A church plant will work when it is the right person, the right time of their life, going to the right people.” —Michael Gatlin

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Webinar Timeline:

2:47 Building on the Heritage of Others
4:00 The Process and Training are Working
6:28 Different Types of Vineyard Church Plants
10:40 The Guiding Principles of Multiply Vineyard
30:37 The best practices of multiplying churches
43:03 The barriers to church planting

“We can trust God to provide the necessary resources” — Michael Gatlin 

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Panelists

Michael Gatlin – Michael co-pastors, with his wife Brenda, the Vineyard church in Duluth, Minnesota. Michael also leads the Multiply Vineyard team which exists to encourage and empower local churches as they multiply disciples, leaders, and churches. Michael’s primary focus is to see Vineyard churches be healthy and multiply. His passion is helping people to discover and express all that God created them to be. When he’s not riding his motorcycle, Michael loves to spend time with his family, read, create art, or even take some time to play a little music.

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