Vineyard Formation cares about growing strong disciples of Jesus. We support and resource the Vineyard in Canada through continuing education, spiritual direction, children's and youth ministry, educational guidance & support, and more.
One of the things that Thoughtworks does well is organize and deliver weekend intensives. These are training opportunities, hosted by a local Vineyard, open to anyone. Over the years we have run them on everything many different topics, and we can do them for you. It is my hope that as you read material on this blog or work through the Thoughtworks curriculum that you discover things that you... more
The Naked Pastor is none other than David Hayward. David and Lisa were the pastors of Rothesay Vineyard(NB) from 1995 until 2010. I met David at a Post-modern Hermeneutics* workshop at Dominion Hill. I... more
The Webinars that Vineyard Resource Canada has been putting on are excellent. I try to be part of as many as I can, but it is not always possible for me to participate at the time of the event. If you've participated in past webinars and would like to write a short report, that would be really helpful for this blog. What we'd be looking for is simple:
What was the topic and how does that topic... more
Centered Set: Take Two
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During our webinar in the past week it was immediately clear to me that we wouldn't begin to mine the depths of this topic sufficiently in one setting to do it any justice. As a result we are going to offer a followup webinar on this topic in January. What do I think that we need... more
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Centered Set: What Did We Get Ourselves Into?
Join us for a webinar on December 7
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It's a familiar concept for us in the Vineyard movement. It is supposed to describe how we function as a community. Have we fully considered the radical implications of this perspective, particularly now as we are more serious about really engaging with the communities in... more