This week, VJN interviewed Jenny Milhoan of Take it to the Streets. This is a ministry that looks to serve homeless men and women in the Washington D.C area by giving them care packages filled with clothes, cards and fresh baked cookies. Can you tell […]
7, by Jen Hatmaker is an original book that calls out society on their need for excess. In this novel, Hatmaker discovers there is an overwhelming need for things in her life and not enough desire for Jesus. If I had to guess, I would […]
In this podcast, Robb Morgan shares about how his church, Delaware City Vineyard, has committed itself to demonstrating kingdom justice right in the neighborhood. Delaware City Vineyard uses a three-tiered approach to ministry to the poor: Relief > Resource > […]
In this week’s VJN podcast, we’ll hear from Jared Boyd as he shares a vision for establishing the Order of Sustainable Faith, a missional order within the Vineyard movement. This workshop was recorded at the 2014 VJN Conference: Kingdom Justice, Vineyard Values.
In today’s spotlight interview, VJN interviewed Liz Theoharis from the Kairos Center in New York. In this video she gives us her take on how to address the issue of poverty and homelessness and how church leaders can create environments where people of affluence and […]