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Vineyard Outreach America Mission

Vineyard Outreach America, is an association of churches  - Our mission is to create a national effort to bring solid, Christian values to the public square by uniting churches and Christians in prayer, educating, and encouraging them, in order to impact our communities with men and women of conviction that truly represent the Biblical values and beliefs our country holds so dear.

Vineyard Outreach America Ministries

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The American Renewal Project

  The convergence of historical narrative, political philosophy &  biblical wisdom in the public square.  The American Renewal Project is a  ministry of Vineyard Outreach America.


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The Response

 The Response: A Call to Prayer for a Nation at a crossroads. No egos, no  logos, no other agenda. Our purpose is to exalt Christ alone.   The Response is a  ministry of Vineyard Outreach America. 


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The Journey

  

Join us for this unforgettable, life-changing journey as you  explore the places where Jesus ministered  The Journy is a  ministry of Vineyard Outreach America.  


Become a Partner!

Your financial support  will enable us to continue our mission to bring solid, Christian values to the public square by uniting churches and Christians in prayer, education and nationwide impact in our communities that truly represent the Biblical values and beliefs our country holds so dear.

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Vineyard America Outreach Affiliations

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National Religious Broadcasters

 NRB has a global reach, serving its members, the communications industry  and the public by maintaining access to the airways, opening new  markets for broadcast and promoting communications excellence in all  media.  

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Keep Faith in America

 Faith and freedom can and have existed separate and apart from one  another. However, the genius of our founding fathers was their  understanding of the monumental strength derived from combining the two.  

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National Association of Evangelicals

 Founded in 1942, the National Association of Evangelicals seeks to honor  God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians in the United  States. It represents more than 45,000 local churches from 40 different  denominations and serves a constituency of millions.