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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: Women justice leaders

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: Women justice leaders

Let’s celebrate women’s history month. Since 2006, the VineyardUSA movement has maintained a clear, public stance that every area of leadership is open to both men and women who have the desire for humble service to the community of believers and whose God-given gifting and calling […]

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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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Spotlight Interview: Dennis Orthner on Public Discipleship

Spotlight Interview: Dennis Orthner on Public Discipleship

In todays spotlight interview, VJN had a conversation with Dennis Orthner. Dennis is a social work professor at UNC,  and he candidly shares how discipleship should be a public act. Watch this interview to take a look at his view on why supportive services are […]

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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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Tonight: Webinar on Holy Spirit, Justice, and Community Action

WEBINAR: De-briefing Dr. Turner w/ Michael Raburn Wed., November 4, 2015 7:30-9pm EST Michael Raburn will host a de-briefing webinar on Dr. Turner’s work on the relationship between the Holy Spirit, justice, and community action. To best prepare for the webinar, we recommend you read Michael’s dissertation […]

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