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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 a church planter of Vineyard Underground in the greater Los Angeles area and is the director of evangelism for InterVarsity USA. “The Big Story”: Do we present a Gospel that’s too small? […]

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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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Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice by Vineyard Justice Network Please follow and like us:

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Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice by Vineyard Justice Network Please follow and like us:

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“Making Room for Monasticism: Doing Justice from the Margins”: Talking with Jared Boyd

“Making Room for Monasticism: Doing Justice from the Margins”: Talking with Jared Boyd

There are many people in our churches doing justice with people on the margins. In this podcast, Jared Boyd leads a conversation about how the monastic tradition – and particularly the new monastic expression in the Vineyard Movement, The Order of Sustainable Faith – can […]

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