Tag: reconciliation

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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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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“Tearing Down the Dividing Walls”: Highlights from Vineyard Global Conference

What an incredible week of worship, teaching, and sharing stories with over 4,500 people, spanning over 60 countries at the Vineyard Global conference. Some highlights: UK National Director Ele Mumford affirmed our roots to “be naturally supernatural” and to “not be weird”, Nepal National Director […]

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NURTURING RECONCILIATION: BHM – The Devil Does Business at the Crossroads

There is a postscript to the myth that at the crossroads where blues-legend Robert Johnson made his pact with the devil, it is this: Robert all ready possessed the sound that caused the strings on his guitar to vibrate, hum, and sing with a sound […]

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NURTURING RECONCILIATION: BHM – We Need A Civil Reconciliation Movement

VJN invited Michael Raburn to share his thoughts on the film Selma and the Civil Rights Movement. I saw the film Selma recently (and I highly recommend seeing it). It stirred up a lot of thoughts and feelings and predominant among them was how much has changed and […]

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