Tag: environment

Haiti: A Case Study of the Interconnectivity of Justice

Haiti: A Case Study of the Interconnectivity of Justice

photo by Christian AlsEncountering the interconnectivity of human trafficking, poverty and the environment can help us see where we might join the Father in pursuing the Justice of the Kingdom.  Experts in migration crises from countries like Haiti to the U.S. typically look at “triggers” […]

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Introducing the Vineyard Justice Network

Over the past couple of month’s we’ve been hinting at the future direction of VAST. Now, we’re ready to share the next stage of our development: the work of VAST will be folded into the broader framework of the new Vineyard Justice Network (VJN)! Over […]

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Tending Our Roots, Growing Toward the Future

Did you know that John Wimber, the founder of the Vineyard movement, once said that the purpose of the Vineyard movement could be summed up with two words: “worship” and “compassion“? With that inspiration, we’ve been working on some exciting new developments that will help […]

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