If the Gospel of Jesus is a bridge, New Wine, New Wineskins is scouting the far shore. The importance of this ministry cannot be overstated. Attend one of the conferences and see for yourself.
Donald Miller, author, Blue Like Jazz
New Wine’s upcoming retreat on the Oregon coast will feature “talk story.” What is “talk story”? In Hawaiian culture, “talk story” is foundational to building friendships and deepening relationships. When we talk story, we cultivate a safe and sacred place of building trust and allowing the deeper things in our lives to slowly surface through vulnerability and transparency. Joy, laughter, lament, and even tears are important and life-giving parts of “talking story.” Healing and renewal occur.
The election is over, but there is still plenty of angst in the political realm. We see it on the news. We hear it from […]
Where do you look for hope and encouragement in very turbulent times? This bar talk will help us revolutionize hope in the midst of turbulence, despair, depression, and despondency.
Bar Talks are a Community of Faith Church and New Wine collaboratiive series taking place the last Tuesday of every month.
Come listen in on a conversation about how God has used sports to teach Multnomah staff and faculty about faith, discipline, and themselves. This free event is open to the public.
Fostering learning in community, In the Stacks is hosted by the Multnomah University Mitchell Library and New Wine, New Wineskins. It takes place the third Friday of the month in the Library.
Join us for our monthly dialogue series between Zen Buddhists and Evangelical Christians! Vegetarian food will be enjoyed with one another as we create a space to build meaningful relationships with each other while holding very different views on various matters of faith and practice. We go through our convictions rather than around them or stopping short at them in multi-faith discourse.