We look to follow Jesus everyday. What does that mean? How do we do it? What does the Kingdom of God look like when it touches earth and humanity? How do we engage and connect with God at work in the world around us? In this 2 minute video we look to envision us with a way forward!
Our culture is in upheaval and is changing rapidly. It is hard to keep up, to know how to participate and follow Jesus in the middle of this culturally turbulent time. This 2 minute and 30 second video will challenge you to rethink your options and invite you to consider a new posture to walk through these times as a follower of Jesus that can make a difference today.
Aaron Blue leads the Charis Project in Mae Sot, Thailand, which is on the border of Myanmar. Aaron is part of our Vineyard family in Thailand. He and his team have been working tirelessly to help with the flooding that occured in July 2018 in Myanmar (Burma). Please watch the 3 minute video.
The 2000 people mentioned in the video are a mixed group of people hated by the Myanmar government and... more
We have just had a fantastic week in Montreal with Vineyard Canada, with strong participation with our international friends. Having been involved in Africa for 13 years now, we continue to see the open door of partnership with our Vineyards in Canada. Right now we have 2 official partnerships there, one with the Vineyard in Rwanda, and one in Burundi. Antoine and Florence lead the churches in... more
A group of Canadian boys were en route to the game we love in the way thousands of hockey teams travel every year in Canada when the unthinkable occurred. A team bus filled with 29 Junior hockey players (ages 16 - 21), coaches, personal and a bus driver collided with a semi-truck at around 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 6th, 2018. To date 16 people are dead and one player is paralyzed from the waist... more
A NEW Vineyard community launched in the Fraser Valley, B.C.
Vineyard Canada "Emerge" Initiative is excited to see a new Vineyard community in the Greater Vancouver area called "the Table" launched this past weekend. "The Table" looks to become a diverse community seeking the way of Jesus together in an environment of authentic belonging. With the four core families sharing life together... more
Casa de Luz (The House of Light) in the Baja, Mexico started as a vision by the Abbotsford Vineyard in B.C.. Canada caring for children, as mother's went to work for the day... it has now emerged into the development of a whole community with many facets of care, training, support looking to see woman empowered, families equipped and mercy extended.