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Nurturing Reconciliation: Diversity Webinar Recording and Resources

Nurturing Reconciliation: Diversity Webinar Recording and Resources

“From Genesis to Revelation, [diversity] is something that has always been part of God’s plan and always will be.” —Connie Anderson Have you been looking for practical steps to live out Christ’s vision for the diversity of the kingdom? VJN and Multiply Vineyard held this […]

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What’s a Kingdom Response to the Refugee Situation, Racism, and Politics?

What’s a Kingdom Response to the Refugee Situation, Racism, and Politics?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? [photo: alamy]  In light of recent events and in honor of Black History Month, VJN has brought together some resources to help you navigate this season of remarkable political divisiveness with a […]

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Spotlight: Jenny Milhoan of Take it to the Streets

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 […]

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Book Review: 7, by Jen Hatmaker

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 […]

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Spotlight Interview: Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition

Today, we interviewed Brian Wo from the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition. We began by asking him to tell us a little about what BAATC does. We started the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition (BAATC) because we surveyed the landscape of the anti-trafficking movement in the San […]

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