Coming Soon: Launching January 5, 2022

January 01, 2022 00:01:38
Coming Soon: Launching January 5, 2022
We Are Vineyard
Coming Soon: Launching January 5, 2022

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Coming in January 2022 host Jay Pathak and others explore themes at the heart of the Vineyard movement to help us grow in life with Jesus and each other.

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Speaker 1 00:00:12 Hey everybody, Jay Pathak here. Super excited to tell you about a new podcast. We're starting called we, our vineyard. We're going to be talking to long time vineyard leaders, folks. You've probably heard of before some new folks that you've maybe never heard from, or heard of some from our national team, some who are just leading, doing interesting things in the vineyard. You're also going to hear from some of our conference speakers. This is sort of a follow-up from our national conference we had in Phoenix where you'll get to have kind of a continuing conversation with those folks where they'll unpack some of the content you got to hear from the stage or from some of the breakouts. Also, we will be talking to folks from outside of the vineyard, some authors looking at some of the books that I've written and how those help us think in the vineyard and lead in what we do within our movement. So just keep an eye out on all the different social media platforms and you can download it anywhere. Podcasts are available. We're super excited for this podcast. I think it's going to really help us all grow in our life with Jesus and grow together as the vendor, Speaker 2 00:01:15 The weird vineyard podcast conversations to help us grow in life with Jesus and each other is launching on January 5th, 2020 to check it out, wherever podcasts are available.

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