Nurturing Reconciliation

The Big Story of Reconciliation: James Choung

The Big Story of Reconciliation: James Choung

Today’s podcast is James Choung’s plenary session from VJN 2014. James Choung is the director of strategy and innovation for InterVarsity USA, and he led a church plant, Vineyard Underground in the greater Los Angeles area (2013-16). “The Big Story”: Do we present a Gospel […]

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Justice in Our Neighborhoods: Jamie And Michelle Wilson

Justice in Our Neighborhoods: Jamie And Michelle Wilson

In this podcast, Jamie and Michelle Wilson talk about what it means to partner for justice in the neighborhood: How local churches can meaningfully engage justice issues in their own communities, multiply the Kingdom, and build the reputation of Jesus by investing in community partnerships. […]

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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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Diversity Webinar | Reconciliation Resources

Diversity Webinar | Reconciliation Resources

“Practicing Diversity in Your Local Church” Webinar Feb. 16, 1-2:30pm CST. Register today. Have you been looking for practical steps to live out Christ’s vision for the diversity of the kingdom? VJN and Multiply Vineyard invites you to join a conversation that will highlight some of […]

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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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