Rank #1: Learning to Gather: An Essential Church Planting Skill — Mike Turrigiano
Are you wondering what it actually takes to plant a church? Are you asking if you have the skills to do this thing? Listen to this conversation with Mike Turrigiano about the essential competencies for church planters to thrive and be healthy.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode17/
Jun 27 2019
Rank #2: The Vital Importance Of Learning To Rely On The Holy Spirit — Steve Nicholson
On this week’s episode, we have another round with long time pastor, conference speaker, and church planting guru, Steve Nicholson. Steve and his wife Cindy planted the Evanston Vineyard in the greater Chicago area close to 44 years ago. Steve’s deep experience in the practical theology of local church ministry is an invaluable resource. This a power-packed episode with a ton of practical insights for both our churches and personal lives as we seek to grow in our ongoing reliance on the Holy Spirit.
Dec 05 2019
Rank #3: Living the Future - Kingdom Theology and the Activity of the Holy Spirit within the Vineyard Movement — Dr. Doug Erickson
Oct 17 2019
Rank #4: The Practice of Theology Is Vital For Planting Healthy Churches - Humble, Hospitable, And Curious Discernment — Dr. Caleb Maskell
On this episode, Michael and our new co-host Liz Moore sit down with Dr. Caleb Maskell, leader the Society of Vineyard Scholars and the Worship Pastor at Blue Route Vineyard Community Church outside Philadelphia, PA. He has taught at Princeton Theological Seminary and Fordham University. Caleb is passionate about developing leaders and institutions that will help to produce a healthy, courageous, and hospitable future for the church in the 21st century.
Join us for this important conversation about the practice of theology being humble, hospitable, and curious as we seek to plant healthy churches.
Oct 03 2019
Rank #5: Church Planting In College Towns, Asking Honest Questions, And Giving People The "2:00 AM Answers" — Matt Croasmun
The intellectual life of the world is going to be renewed through the renewal of young minds. And those minds are going to be renewed through the presence and activity of thriving Christian churches in college and university towns.
Do you love college students?
Are you drawn to secular people in these increasingly non-religious cities and towns?
If so, you’ll love this conversation with Matt Croasmun, Director of Research and Publication at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture and planting co-pastor of the Elm City Vineyard in New Haven, CT.
Aug 22 2019
Rank #6: Hearing God's Voice in our Bodies, Minds, and Souls — Sara Carlisle and Kris Miller
What are the ways that you are tuning your life to hear God’s voice? All people are built to hear God’s voice, it central to the picture Christian life we see in the scriptures. However, many of us often struggle with this integral practice. Join trained spiritual directors Sara Carlisle and Kris Miller help us learn to notice God’s work in our lives through contemplative practices and spiritual direction.
Jan 24 2019
Rank #7: Developing as a Preacher and a Church Planter - Part 1 — Renee Cunningham
Have you ever wondered where you are called? You may be called far away, you may discover your calling is right in your neighborhood. This is part 1 of our conversation with Renee Cunningham preacher, planter, and pastor of the Neighborhood Vineyard in Chicago, IL.
Jan 31 2019
Rank #8: Holding the Tensions of the Contemplative and the Spirit — John and Kara Kim
Do you ever feel the tensions of life? Are you trying to balance work, life, ministry, and rest? In this episode, we hear from church planters John and Kara Kim on how they are holding the tensions of living in New York City, planting a church, parenting, and still having meaningful work outside of the church.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode16
May 23 2019
Rank #9: Navigating Where and When to Plant — Brian Brinkert
Have you been asking where would I plant a church? Or when is the right time to move forward in the process of planting? You aren’t alone in asking those questions. Join our conversation with Brian Brinkert about how to enter into those questions, and so many more, with a healthy process of discernment. Brian has planted a church and now is a pastor at the Duluth Vineyard in Duluth, MN.
Feb 21 2019
Rank #10: How to Make a Decision — Phil Strout
Have you ever been faced with a big decision to make? What was the process for how you made it? Honestly, how do we make decisions? Not just which shirt to put on in the morning, rather, the big life-changing kinds of decisions like church planting. Join Phil Strout, National Director of Vineyard USA, discuss a healthy process to make decisions that shape your future.
Mar 28 2019
Rank #11: Developing as a Preacher and a Church Planter – Part 2 — Renee Cunningham
Have you ever discovered you were made for something? You found out you had proficiency and passion for a task. Learn from Renee’s story about how they planted the church and how she discovered she was made for preaching. This is part 2 of our conversation with Renee Cunningham preacher, planter, and pastor of the Neighborhood Vineyard in Chicago, IL.
Feb 07 2019
Rank #12: How to Stay Healthy in Ministry for Decades — Herschel Rosser
When discerning your calling to plant a church, you need to love the church. Listen to seasoned pastor Herschel Rosser discuss his deep love for the church even after four decades of ministry and how to stay healthy to live out your calling through all of life. Herschel is a pastor at Mission Vineyard Church in San Antonio, TX.
Feb 14 2019
Rank #13: Discovering My True Self as a Woman in Leadership — Brenda Gatlin and Janice Ornquist
Have you ever felt the need to try to be someone else in order to work with people? What if you didn’t have to be someone else to do ministry? Learn from Vineyard leaders Janice Ornquist and Brenda Gatlin about how to find your true self while still staying committed in all of life's callings from ministry to marriage and parenting to personal health.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode12/
Apr 19 2019
Rank #14: Your Theology - The Story Of Who You Are And Who You’re Becoming — Steve Nicholson
Welcome to season two of the “How To Plant A Healthy Church Podcast” sponsored by Multiply Vineyard. On this week’s episode, our host Michael Gatlin sits down with long time pastor, conference speaker, and church planting guru, Steve Nicholson. Steve and his wife Cindy planted the Evanston Vineyard in the greater Chicago area close to 44 years ago. Steve’s deep experience in the practical theology of local church ministry is an invaluable resource. Lots of gold in this episode!! Join us for this important conversation about how our theology shapes who we are and who we’re becoming both individually and as local churches communities.
Oct 10 2019
Rank #15: Turning Up The Temperature To Become A Church That Plants Other Churches — Daniel Yang
Jul 25 2019