Rank #1: Finding Your Calling in the Hardest Moments — Jay Pathak
Season 1 is all about discernment. Learning to hear God’s voice, and having the courage to do what he says. Listen to Jay Pathak, founding pastor of Mile High Vineyard, share insights on why hearing God’s specific calling on your life is essential and how to carry on when your calling is difficult.
Rank #2: Why Church Planting as a Team Worked For Us — Josh Harder - Part 1
No church is planted alone. Healthy church planters always build teams around them to share the work of the church. Are you asking: What kind of team and leadership structures are healthy for church planting? Join this conversation with Pastor Josh Harder on how he and a team of leaders planted a church in one of the world’s biggest cities.
Rank #3: How to Teach People to Hear the Voice of God — Josh Harder - Part 2
Not being people’s only access point to God’s voice is essential to healthy church planting. Learn from Josh Harder on how to help others hear the voice of God for themselves. Be the guide, not the hero when planting.
Rank #4: 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/
Rank #5: What We Know About Discernment: Season 1 Recap — Michael Gatlin
What did we learn after 15 episodes dialing in on the topic of discernment? A lot. If you missed any of the episodes you won’t want to miss this one where we hear from our host Michael Gatlin on essential lessons for discerning your calling, stepping into church planting, and staying healthy for the long haul.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode15
Rank #6: 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.
Rank #7: How to Plant a Church in the Age of Outrage — Ed Stetzer
Are you wondering how to carry out the Great Commission in our current culture? Of course, you are! That’s what the people of God have been doing since the beginning. Listen to this conversation with one of the leading voices in church planting, Ed Stetzer. He and Michael unpack how we stay committed to the essentials of making disciples to plant churches.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode13
Rank #8: 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.
Rank #9: 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.
Rank #10: Theological Education’s Role In Church Planting — Josh Williams and Caleb Maskell
Do you need a seminary or graduate degree to plant a church? Are you trying to figure out how your learning and development connects to discerning your calling? Join our conversation with pastors Caleb Maskell and Josh Williams on how theological education can empower church planting.
For all the resources mentioned check out the show notes: https://multiplyvineyard.org/episode14