Nurturing Reconciliation

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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Book Review: With Justice for All by John Perkins

This review was written by VJN intern Sydney Wilson. Sydney is a psychology major at Liberty University. With Justice For All is an excellent book focusing on reconciliation and justice between different ethnic and racial groups. Growing up in a small, racially discriminative town in […]

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“Making Room for Monasticism: Doing Justice from the Margins”: Talking with Jared Boyd

“Making Room for Monasticism: Doing Justice from the Margins”: Talking with Jared Boyd

There are many people in our churches doing justice with people on the margins. In this podcast, Jared Boyd leads a conversation about how the monastic tradition – and particularly the new monastic expression in the Vineyard Movement, The Order of Sustainable Faith – can […]

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VJN Spotlight: Interview with Becky Peters

In this interview, Becky Peters gives advice on how to promote diversity in a culture where “like produces like”, concrete starting points to follow when thinking about planting a church in an urban environment and what her goals for the future of the Vineyard would […]

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VJN Spotlight: Interview with Beth Watkins

Beth Watkins shares her heart of immigration and some practical steps we can use while helping them and bring all believers together as one Christian community at the 2015 VJN conference. VJN 2015 – Beth Watkins Interview from Multiply Vineyard on Vimeo. Beth Watkins Director […]

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