THE VINE PROJECT WORKSHOP
w/ Tony Payne & Marty Sweeny

A ONE DAY EVENT FOR PASTORS AND CHURCH LEADERSHIP

FEB 9th, 2017 from 8:30am-4:30pm
at HOLY TRINITY ANGLICAN CHURCH, RALEIGH, NC
100 E. Peace Street, RALEIGH NC 


What is the vine project?

The Vine Project is a book written by Colin Marshall and Tony Payne (coauthors of The Trellis and the Vine). The Vine Project seeks to answer the question: how can we shape the whole culture at our church toward disciple-­making?

THe Vine Project ONE-DAY SEMINAR

Most pastors, most churches, and indeed most Christians would not hesitate to agree that Jesus wants his disciples to grow in obedience to him, and to make lots more disciples who do the same. They would even agree (at least in theory) that this is the main thing that we should all be getting on with in our churches. 

And yet most would also agree that somehow—in their churches and in their own lives—it’s just not happening as widely or deeply as it should. In fact, many pastors and elders feel that their church ‘culture’ is a long way from having 'disciple-making' at its center. 

Why is the culture of our churches so hard to shift on this issue? And how can we begin to make progress? 

We won’t solve everything at this one-day workshop. But we will clarify together the two key factors that will drive a profound change in your church culture—firstly, the core biblical convictions that we must crystallize, teach, fight for, and constantly permeate through every activity of our church; and secondly, the process or framework that will shift the whole culture of your congregation to reflect those disciple-making convictions. 

God willing it will be a stimulating and encouraging day. We hope you can join us.

I suspect this book, like its predecessor, will be a game-changer for churches looking to cultivate a culture of disciple-making and gospel growth
— Kevin Halloran, The Gospel Coalition
Sequels that don’t disappoint are few and far between, which makes The Vine Project something of a rarity.
— Nathan Malpass, 9Marks