Vineyard Columbus: What Does the Survey Say?

Every two years, Vineyard Columbus takes a survey of our congregation. Our most recent survey was taken in March 2014. What did we discover about our church? We are becoming more racially diverse. Eleven o’clock on Sunday morning is still the most segregated hour in the United States. Only 14 percent of all congregations in America are considered racially diverse, which is generally ...

The C.A.L.L. to Leadership

Recently, I've been doing a series at Vineyard Columbus titled Strength in Weakness: Leadership Lessons from the Life of Paul.  Many Christians ask themselves the question: "Am I called to Christian leadership?"  Some feel called to pastor, some to missions, some to lead a small group, some to lead children or teens.  Some Christians feel called to lead regarding issues of ...

Why Plant Churches?

Vineyard Columbus is part of a larger association of churches known as Vineyard: A Community of Churches, which is comprised of approximately 550 churches in the United States. Two years ago, the leaders of the Vineyard movement put forth an audacious goal: to plant 750 new Vineyard churches in the next decade. This goal means that the Vineyard movement is seeking to more than double the number ...

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