Our kingdom theology informs and shapes who we are.
Our values defined by that theology shape and guide the things we do and how we do them.
Leaders from across the Vineyard movement discuss what the distintives mean to them.
Our distinctives are really the practical outworking of our theology and values. They express our unique character as a movement in much the same way that a similar nose or turn of phrase expresses the character of a human family. We sum up what makes us distinct with a collection of colorful, descriptive phrases that we’ve developed over time (many of them came from John Wimber and other original players in the movement) to verbalize how we are living out the reality of the kingdom of God.
The Now And The Not Yet - Derek Morphew
Naturally Supernatural - Tina Colon Williams
Worshippers of God And Rescuers Of People - Craig Simonian
Come As You Are - John Elmer
Come Holy Spirit - Joshua Williams
The Now And The Not Yet - Ethan Audie
Leaders Who Walk With A Limp - John Elmer
Equipping the Saints - Chris Cahall
The Now And The Not Yet - Rob Kasper
Everyone Gets To Play - Kevin Fischer
Leaders Who Walk With A Limp - Mariah Hammond
Leaders Who Walk With A Limp - Craig Simonia
Every One Gets to Play - John Elmer
Naturally Supernatural - Chris Cahall
Leaders Who Walk With A Limp - Rob Kasper