How Can I Lead Great Small-Group Discussions?

October 3, 2016 | Keith Crain

by Andrew S. Mason Guiding group discussion is more of a dance than a military march. You’re not commanding attention and straining toward a precise outcome. A life-giving kingdom-conversation will nudge you gently to both participate...

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When You Have Childcare Issues

September 23, 2016 | Keith Crain

By Trevor Lee Sometimes you become knowledgeable in a topic by devoting hours of intentional study to it—like going to graduate school. Other times your circumstances force you to become knowledgeable—like when your first child is...

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When Group Attendance Is Spotty: How to make the most of low attendance and draw people back to your group

September 23, 2016 | Keith Crain

By Sam O’Neal Fresh out of college, my wife and I accepted a part-time position at our local church to launch and organize a new ministry for young adults. It was a fun ride, but my wife and I quickly learned one important fact about the...

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Jackson Road Construction Update

September 22, 2016 | Keith Crain

The construction project for our new auditorium and office expansion continues to progress at a remarkable rate! It seems like just yesterday we signed the contract with DJ Construction, but it’s been several months and much has happened...

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A Benefit of Multi-Campus

September 16, 2016 | Pastor Matt Poorman

Jim Elrod is a newcomer to The Vineyard Church: Day Road Campus. I have truly enjoyed getting to know him and his wife, Cheryl, the past few weeks. Jim & Cheryl have shown interest in the Day Road Campus as far back as February 2016 when we...

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