Tag: interconnectivity

VJN Book Review: Peace Catalysts by Rick Love

Rick Love’s Peace Catalysts distills the wisdom of a lifetime of experience as a peacemaker and a bridge-builder among religiously and ideologically diverse communities. Combining clear, biblical, conceptual analysis with a wealth of personal stories about struggle and victory, he argues compellingly that “reconciliation is […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Kissing the Leper by Brad Jersak

VJN asked Pat Mulachy to review Kissing the Leper. Pat Mulcahy and his wife Lisa serve as the Lead Pastors of Vineyard Community Church in Grafton, WI, which they planted just over 15 years ago. Pat also serves on the Board of Directors for Rahab Global, […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Disunity in Christ by Christena Cleveland

Reviewed by Ramon Mayo After being involved in the work of reconciliation and diversity for so many years the conversation gets tiring. Mostly because it seems that the discussion is at a stand still. Many churches and organizations are on board with the desire for […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Evil and the Justice of God by N.T. Wright

BOOK REVIEW: Evil and the Justice of God by N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright’s book Evil and the Justice of God is a thought-provoking, enriching excursion into the deeper currents of biblical theology and our contemporary context.  As someone who engages in a lot of justice and mercy ministry, leading and teaching on the streets, this book is a serious […]

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INTERCONNECTIVITY: How Worship Leads Us to Do Justice, Part 1

VJN has invited Elizabeth Lawton, a member of the Society of Vineyard Scholars, to enrich our conversation by offering her insights on the relationship between leisure, worship, and pursuing God’s justice. Elizabeth is a graduate student in moral theology and Christian Ethics at the University […]

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