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How to Partner with a La Viña Church

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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Our desire as people of the kingdom of God is to reach people all over the world with the good news of Jesus. As a group of over 56 million people, Hispanics are the largest and fastest-growing minority group in the United States. In fact, many have Spanish speaking neighbors in our communities. We really believe that the best way for our Spanish speaking neighbors to experience Christ in a Vineyard church is for them to do so in their own language. This is why we are planting new Spanish speaking La Viña churches throughout America.

Watch this conversation on how to get involved meeting and supporting your Spanish speaking neighbors. Our discussion will also look at tested ways that current Vineyard churches can partner to support a La Viña ministry or church plant.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Ways to begin to serve Spanish speakers in your neighborhood
  • How to begin raising up diverse leaders
  • The levels of commitment in supporting La Viña ministries

“Prayer is critical. Ask the Lord for workers for the harvest.” —Homero Garcia

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 But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” —Act 1:8

Timeline

4:55 Why is La Viña ministry important for everyone
6:24 How to begin to serve Spanish speakers in your neighborhood
11:48 Why is it so important to raise up diverse leaders
16:33 Where do you get a leader to start investing in
19:44 How to disciple cross-culturally
24:43 Setting and fulfilling expectations
30:42 How to do Multiply Vineyard Online training courses
32:36 Best tools to start discipleship
36:29 Levels of commitment in partnering with La Viña
44:04 Common barriers to overcome
48:51 How to find La Viñas in your area

“If you see someone who is being followed by 2 or 3 or more people, they might be a church planter.” —Miguel Aviles,

Resources

The Association of Religion Data Archives
Launching Leaders Booklet in English or Spanish. Subscribe to our blog to get a free download.
Online Training Courses for Developing Leaders
Passport Discipleship Guide (In English and Spanish) 
How to Partner With La Viña
La Viña webpage
Vineyard Resources in Spanish
Vineyard Worship Songs in Spanish

Panelists

Homero Garcia, Pastor, Comunidad Cristiana La Viña in Mundelein, IL & La Viña National Representative,
Miguel Aviles, Pastors, La Viña de Burnsville in Burnsville, MN
Brian Geraty, Compassions Ministry Pastor, South Metro Vineyard, Burnsville, MN

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