Written by Ramon Bermudez
On Martin Luther King weekend, the Miami Vineyard Red Youth along with St. Pete Vineyard and Doral Vineyard youth went hungry and homeless for two days to raise awareness about the world hunger crisis and raise funds for starving children throughout the planet. Over 150 youth sacrificed their long weekend and put aside their video games and other distractions and decided to serve the Kingdom of God in a very useful way. They fasted for 30 hours, slept on boxes on a very untypical cold night in South Florida, prayed and worshipped for hours, and woke up to hit the streets the next day and raise awareness about world hunger. The results...
Written by Julie Longwood
I’ve been thinking all week about what to write—pulling the laptop out, staring at it, closing it, putting it away, and waiting. All week only one thing kept coming to mind when I sat to write, but honestly I wasn’t too sure I wanted to write about it. So today, I’m deciding to just go ahead and do it, I’m pretty sure that I’m sure.
The Ominous Fence
This will call for some back story; I will do my best to make it short. At our church, alongside the driveway, there is a fence. On the other side of the fence there is an alley, and in the alley there are a lot of young people. In case you...
Written by Christian Dunn
The past year I’ve had some cool opportunities to travel and see what’s happening with teens, youth, and young adults in the Vineyard nationally. I was at the national conference in Anaheim, and was so excited to see the passion for worship that overflowed from the “youth tent”...