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The Vineyard Justice Network exists to empower Vineyard pastors and leaders to pursue and enact the justice of God’s kingdom. VJN will equip you by connecting the work of heart, head, and hands with key issues of structural injustice and leadership.How is fighting human trafficking connected to ending poverty?How are root causes of poverty connected to caring for the environment?How does environmental stewardship prevent human trafficking?What does it look like and mean for the exploited to lead the way in ending exploitation?The trafficked to lead the way in ending trafficking, the homeless to lead the way to ending homelessness, the undocumented immigrant to lead the way in immigration reform?VJN focuses on the interconnectivity of freeing slaves, ending poverty, and tending creation. As our network continues to expand, we’ve also embraced other key areas of injustice, such as nurturing reconciliation. Together, we will foster depth in our dialogue, ask better questions, and challenge ourselves to empower the poor, the marginalized, and the oppressed to lead the way in our common struggle to participate in and enact the Kingdom of God today.

Latest Episodes

There Are No Strangers with Jeanine Winfrey

In this episode, Jeanine shares her own immigration story from Vietnam and how her lived experiences fuels her work representing DACA clients and people seeking asylum in the US. She discusses the intersection and challenges of her immigration work and her faith and her hope for the church as a place of welcome. “In all of us, we would hope that the Holy Spirit would allow us to discern what laws need to be examined through the lens of biblical justice and need to be changed proactively through advocacy for immigration reform,” Jeanine says. “How do we address these issues in a way that honors everybody involved?” “We’re not trying to win a fight. We are trying to reconcile.” Jeanine attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate education. She then went on to complete her law degree at Georgetown University. Jeanine Winfrey is the Director of Immigration Counseling Services at the Vineyard Community Center in Colombus, OH.

48 MINAUG 12
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There Are No Strangers with Jeanine Winfrey

Redefining Poverty, Reimagining Justice: A Podcast Interview with Dr. Beth Stovell

A worship leader and professor of Old Testament, Dr. Beth Stovell says that caring for the poor and marginalized is not something on the periphery of what we do as Christians, but is deeply woven into how scripture imagines worship. Our love of one another affects how we love God and how we love God affects how we love one another. In this episode and her larger work, she skillfully bridges between the world of the church and academy. For Beth, reimagining “wholistic” justice means redefining poverty. The Vineyard movement has a part in healing this division between worship and Biblical justice. Beth is an Associate Professor of Old Testament at Ambrose University in Calgary, AB, Canada. Within Ambrose, she also serves as a Faculty Associate for The Canadian Poverty Institute, an inter-disciplinary institute “that seeks to heal poverty through teaching, research and public education.” Further, she works for Vineyard Canada as a Theological and Spiritual Formation Catalyst.

46 MINJUN 24
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Redefining Poverty, Reimagining Justice: A Podcast Interview with Dr. Beth Stovell

Transforming Lives of Refugees: Walnut Vineyard and Habibi Int'l

In this episode, VJN talks with Stephanie Tsang and Jessica Chan of Vineyard of Harvest in Walnut, CA about the justice ministry their church has developed over the years, Habibi International. Vineyard of Harvest is a Chinese-American Vineyard Church in Southern California, and they have a flourishing partnership with Habibi International, an organization that seeks to transform the lives of refugees and internal displaced persons (IDPs) in the Middle East with the love of Jesus Christ by providing humanitarian relief and sustainable development in partnership with local churches and NGOs. https://habibi-international.org/ Stephanie Tsang oversees Operations at Vineyard of Harvest in Walnut, CA and is the Director of Education for Habibi International. Jessica Chan is a member of Vineyard of Harvest and works in Advancement for Habibi International.

33 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Transforming Lives of Refugees: Walnut Vineyard and Habibi Int'l

The Cross and Lynching Tree - A Conversation with Ramon Mayo

In this podcast, VJN talks with Ramon Mayo about the key themes and theological principles in James Cone's "Cross and the Lynching Tree." How does Cone help us to discover a new way of looking at the cross in America, especially today? How does the hidden history of lynching impact our ability to live as "Kingdom citizens," especially as leaders who want to lean towards God's power to reconcile and heal all things? Ramon Mayo is the student ministries coordinator at South Suburban Vineyard in Chicago, a multi-ethnic church. He also works for Urban Ministries Inc., the largest black Christian media company in the U.S.

33 MIN2018 AUG 18
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The Cross and Lynching Tree - A Conversation with Ramon Mayo

Art, Advent, and Justice: VJn Interview with Michelle Ting

On this week's podcast we had the pleasure of speaking with Michelle Ting, who is a small group leader in the Palo Alto Vineyard in California and a student at Fuller Seminary. We tackle the topic of art and how that is a way Michelle connects with God and has become a place where she has found out more about herself more about where she comes from. Michelle essentially speaks about the expression of lament through art, asking the question, why? When there are moments of pain, and how that affects us individually, for her as a Vietnamese-American, and coming into terms with our own family lineage and eventually lead to the concept of racial reconciliation. Michelle helps us reflect on our own cultural contexts and ethnicity from the standpoint of art as a creative outlet.

25 MIN2018 APR 19
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Art, Advent, and Justice: VJn Interview with Michelle Ting

VJN Spotlight: Marius Bühlmann and Vineyard Bern (Switzerland)

On this podcast we had the privilege of getting to know Marius Bühlmann and the church he currently leads; Bern Vineyard in Switzerland. Marius shares his journey of growing up in the Vineyard and how the core values we share as an international movement have been the ones that have shaped the actions that Bern Vineyard has taken in order to tend to and nurture the community in Bern and to call his church to be a Kingdom witness within the cultural context in Europe. In particular, this has led his church to actively engage with the Syrian refugee crisis in Greece, beginning in 2016. Marius shares how God works and acts through us and the incredible outcomes that come from interactions rooted in love, compassion, and justice and comes against a pervasive culture of fear. Interview originally recorded in June 2017. Bern Vineyard website : http://www.vineyard-bern.ch/home/

28 MIN2018 MAR 16
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VJN Spotlight: Marius Bühlmann and Vineyard Bern (Switzerland)

A Kingdom Approach to Business: Interview with Don Larson

In this podcast, VJN sits down with Don Larson, founder and CEO of the Sunshine Nut Company. Don's company is based in Mozambique, and he'll share how the Lord led him to build his business with a Kingdom-based, quadruple-bottom line.

20 MIN2017 SEP 23
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A Kingdom Approach to Business: Interview with Don Larson

Ambassadors of Peace in Wartime: A Conversation with Rick Love and Chaplain Wayne

In this podcast episode, VJN has a conversation with Rick Love, president of Peace Catalysts, and Chaplain Wayne, a former U.S. Army chaplain and current prison chaplain. We tackle some challenging questions such as "is it possible to pursue a posture of peace within our military structures?" and "in war, when one has two different definitions of justice and freedom collide, how is fostering respect possible, particularly amongst Christians and Muslims?"

44 MIN2017 JUL 2
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Ambassadors of Peace in Wartime: A Conversation with Rick Love and Chaplain Wayne

Different Together: A Journey Towards Justice and Reconciliation with Stephanie Snow

In this podcast, Kathy Maskells sits down with Stephanie Snow, justice ministry leader at Hyde Park Vineyard Church in Chicago, IL. Stephanie shares about the exciting sermon series and "sharing tables" initiative her church is doing right now, as well as her journey of discovering God's heart for justice, her call to being a lawyer, and helping her church fight human trafficking and do racial reconciliation. For more info about how to connect with Hyde Park Vineyard's justice ministries, go to www.vineyardjusticenetwork.org.

45 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Different Together: A Journey Towards Justice and Reconciliation with Stephanie Snow

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice by Vineyard Justice Network

51 MIN2017 JUN 4
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Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice

Latest Episodes

There Are No Strangers with Jeanine Winfrey

In this episode, Jeanine shares her own immigration story from Vietnam and how her lived experiences fuels her work representing DACA clients and people seeking asylum in the US. She discusses the intersection and challenges of her immigration work and her faith and her hope for the church as a place of welcome. “In all of us, we would hope that the Holy Spirit would allow us to discern what laws need to be examined through the lens of biblical justice and need to be changed proactively through advocacy for immigration reform,” Jeanine says. “How do we address these issues in a way that honors everybody involved?” “We’re not trying to win a fight. We are trying to reconcile.” Jeanine attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate education. She then went on to complete her law degree at Georgetown University. Jeanine Winfrey is the Director of Immigration Counseling Services at the Vineyard Community Center in Colombus, OH.

48 MINAUG 12
Comments
There Are No Strangers with Jeanine Winfrey

Redefining Poverty, Reimagining Justice: A Podcast Interview with Dr. Beth Stovell

A worship leader and professor of Old Testament, Dr. Beth Stovell says that caring for the poor and marginalized is not something on the periphery of what we do as Christians, but is deeply woven into how scripture imagines worship. Our love of one another affects how we love God and how we love God affects how we love one another. In this episode and her larger work, she skillfully bridges between the world of the church and academy. For Beth, reimagining “wholistic” justice means redefining poverty. The Vineyard movement has a part in healing this division between worship and Biblical justice. Beth is an Associate Professor of Old Testament at Ambrose University in Calgary, AB, Canada. Within Ambrose, she also serves as a Faculty Associate for The Canadian Poverty Institute, an inter-disciplinary institute “that seeks to heal poverty through teaching, research and public education.” Further, she works for Vineyard Canada as a Theological and Spiritual Formation Catalyst.

46 MINJUN 24
Comments
Redefining Poverty, Reimagining Justice: A Podcast Interview with Dr. Beth Stovell

Transforming Lives of Refugees: Walnut Vineyard and Habibi Int'l

In this episode, VJN talks with Stephanie Tsang and Jessica Chan of Vineyard of Harvest in Walnut, CA about the justice ministry their church has developed over the years, Habibi International. Vineyard of Harvest is a Chinese-American Vineyard Church in Southern California, and they have a flourishing partnership with Habibi International, an organization that seeks to transform the lives of refugees and internal displaced persons (IDPs) in the Middle East with the love of Jesus Christ by providing humanitarian relief and sustainable development in partnership with local churches and NGOs. https://habibi-international.org/ Stephanie Tsang oversees Operations at Vineyard of Harvest in Walnut, CA and is the Director of Education for Habibi International. Jessica Chan is a member of Vineyard of Harvest and works in Advancement for Habibi International.

33 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Transforming Lives of Refugees: Walnut Vineyard and Habibi Int'l

The Cross and Lynching Tree - A Conversation with Ramon Mayo

In this podcast, VJN talks with Ramon Mayo about the key themes and theological principles in James Cone's "Cross and the Lynching Tree." How does Cone help us to discover a new way of looking at the cross in America, especially today? How does the hidden history of lynching impact our ability to live as "Kingdom citizens," especially as leaders who want to lean towards God's power to reconcile and heal all things? Ramon Mayo is the student ministries coordinator at South Suburban Vineyard in Chicago, a multi-ethnic church. He also works for Urban Ministries Inc., the largest black Christian media company in the U.S.

33 MIN2018 AUG 18
Comments
The Cross and Lynching Tree - A Conversation with Ramon Mayo

Art, Advent, and Justice: VJn Interview with Michelle Ting

On this week's podcast we had the pleasure of speaking with Michelle Ting, who is a small group leader in the Palo Alto Vineyard in California and a student at Fuller Seminary. We tackle the topic of art and how that is a way Michelle connects with God and has become a place where she has found out more about herself more about where she comes from. Michelle essentially speaks about the expression of lament through art, asking the question, why? When there are moments of pain, and how that affects us individually, for her as a Vietnamese-American, and coming into terms with our own family lineage and eventually lead to the concept of racial reconciliation. Michelle helps us reflect on our own cultural contexts and ethnicity from the standpoint of art as a creative outlet.

25 MIN2018 APR 19
Comments
Art, Advent, and Justice: VJn Interview with Michelle Ting

VJN Spotlight: Marius Bühlmann and Vineyard Bern (Switzerland)

On this podcast we had the privilege of getting to know Marius Bühlmann and the church he currently leads; Bern Vineyard in Switzerland. Marius shares his journey of growing up in the Vineyard and how the core values we share as an international movement have been the ones that have shaped the actions that Bern Vineyard has taken in order to tend to and nurture the community in Bern and to call his church to be a Kingdom witness within the cultural context in Europe. In particular, this has led his church to actively engage with the Syrian refugee crisis in Greece, beginning in 2016. Marius shares how God works and acts through us and the incredible outcomes that come from interactions rooted in love, compassion, and justice and comes against a pervasive culture of fear. Interview originally recorded in June 2017. Bern Vineyard website : http://www.vineyard-bern.ch/home/

28 MIN2018 MAR 16
Comments
VJN Spotlight: Marius Bühlmann and Vineyard Bern (Switzerland)

A Kingdom Approach to Business: Interview with Don Larson

In this podcast, VJN sits down with Don Larson, founder and CEO of the Sunshine Nut Company. Don's company is based in Mozambique, and he'll share how the Lord led him to build his business with a Kingdom-based, quadruple-bottom line.

20 MIN2017 SEP 23
Comments
A Kingdom Approach to Business: Interview with Don Larson

Ambassadors of Peace in Wartime: A Conversation with Rick Love and Chaplain Wayne

In this podcast episode, VJN has a conversation with Rick Love, president of Peace Catalysts, and Chaplain Wayne, a former U.S. Army chaplain and current prison chaplain. We tackle some challenging questions such as "is it possible to pursue a posture of peace within our military structures?" and "in war, when one has two different definitions of justice and freedom collide, how is fostering respect possible, particularly amongst Christians and Muslims?"

44 MIN2017 JUL 2
Comments
Ambassadors of Peace in Wartime: A Conversation with Rick Love and Chaplain Wayne

Different Together: A Journey Towards Justice and Reconciliation with Stephanie Snow

In this podcast, Kathy Maskells sits down with Stephanie Snow, justice ministry leader at Hyde Park Vineyard Church in Chicago, IL. Stephanie shares about the exciting sermon series and "sharing tables" initiative her church is doing right now, as well as her journey of discovering God's heart for justice, her call to being a lawyer, and helping her church fight human trafficking and do racial reconciliation. For more info about how to connect with Hyde Park Vineyard's justice ministries, go to www.vineyardjusticenetwork.org.

45 MIN2017 JUN 21
Comments
Different Together: A Journey Towards Justice and Reconciliation with Stephanie Snow

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice

Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice by Vineyard Justice Network

51 MIN2017 JUN 4
Comments
Re-Thinking Prison Ministry:Towards Restorative Justice
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