The essence of the Vineyard Movement is captured in this video through stories and personal accounts. It looks not only to where the Vineyard has been but also casts vision for the future. Check out this video which introduces the Vineyard in part 1 of 3 of the series.
Christy Wimber sits down with Carol Wimber and Bob & Penny Fulton as a follow up to the first DVD release, Back to our Roots. This time around Christy digs a bit deeper asking about specific times regarding the Vineyard's early days.
The Vineyard is about more than worship or values, but responding to what God is doing in the World and in community. In this video, Vineyard movement leaders talk about the movement's work with the marginalized, opportunities within Vineyard community, and dreams for the future.
One of the most influential founders of the Vineyard movement was Carol Wimber. From the beginning, she championed a culture where "everyone gets to play" and where people could "come as they are." Carol and others share on Vineyard values in this video.
The essence of the Vineyard Movement is captured in this video through stories and personal accounts. It looks not only to where the Vineyard has been but also casts vision for the future. The casual and authentic interviews provide a unique perspective that is engaging to those who've been around the Vineyard as well as those who are new.
In this video made during a 1984 conference on signs and wonders, John Wimber explained the practical side of praying for the sick in what has become a classic Vineyard approach to healing. By no means comprehensive (or intended to be), this model helps all believers begin to engage Jesus' commission to healing the sick (Matthew 10:7-8).
From John Wimber's series "Doin the Stuff" from 1984, "Signs, Wonders, and Church Growth." In this video, John shares his personal testimony and connection to the Vineyard.