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All Christian ministry is a mixture of trellis and vine.
There is vine work: the prayerful preaching and teaching of the word of God to see people converted and grow to maturity as disciples of Christ. Vine work is the Great Commission.
And there is trellis work: creating and maintaining the physical and organizational structures and programs that support vine work and its growth.
What’s the state of the trellis and the vine in your part of the world? Has trellis work taken over, as it has a habit of doing? Is the vine work being done by very few (perhaps only the pastor and only on Sundays)? And is the vine starting to wilt as a result?
The image of the trellis and the vine raises all the fundamental questions of Christian ministry:
* What is the vine for?
* How does the vine grow?
* How does the vine relate to my church?
* What is vine work and what is trellis work, and how can we tell the difference?
* What part do different people play in growing the vine?
* How can we get more people involved in vine work?
In The Trellis and the Vine, Colin Marshall and Tony Payne answer these urgent questions afresh. They dig back into the Bible’s view of Christian ministry, and argue that a major mind-shift is required if we are to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ, and see the vine flourish again.
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Trellis and Vine: Discipleship Some time ago, a colleague in church ministry gave me a copy of The Trellis and the Vine. There was an underlying excitement in his recommendation of the book. It has taken some time, but I finally read it and I want to share some insights from the book with you. Give vines in your garden a new place to climb with these clever trellis ideas. In just one afternoon, turn an old window or door frame into a rustic trellis for vines. This window frame salutes the day with sun-worshiping morning glories. Cardinal climber, cup-and-saucer vine, thunbergia, and hyacinth vine provide similar eye-catching results.
"If I could put only one new book into the hands of every person preparing for ministry today, The Trellis and the Vine would be it. Marshall and Payne leverage decades of experience in one of the world's great cities with the hope of stimulating gospel growth around the globe. The authors compare the twin towers of church life—institution and disciple-making—with a trellis and a vine. The trellis is the institution; the management, infrastructure and governance of the church. The vine represents disciple-making; how the gospel takes root and covers the trellis when properly nourished. Marshall and Payne argue that in most churches, trellis work surpasses that of.
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The Trellis and the Vine comes from a ministry so deeply committed to the recovery of biblical truth and the cause of the gospel. Its wisdom is invaluable. My advice: Keep a good stack on hand at all times, and put this book to good use/5().
The Trellis and the Vine is an outstanding book. Colin Marshall and Tony Payne have really expressed, in just under two hundred pages, some things about ministry that are crucial and (dare I say) obvious.
The problem is, these things go against the grain of how most ministers go about their ministry. Change is difficult and uncomfortable/5. In The Trellis and the Vine, Colin Marshall and Tony Payne answer these urgent questions afresh. They dig back into the Bible's view of Christian ministry, and argue The Trellis and the Vine book a major mind-shift is required if we are to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ, and see the vine flourish again.
The Trellis and the Vine () by Colin Marshall /5(8). In The Trellis and the Vine, Colin Marshall and Tony Payne answer these urgent questions afresh. They dig back into the Bible’s view of Christian ministry, and argue that a major mind-shift is required if we are to fulfil the Great Commission of Christ, and see the vine flourish again/5(10).
Their book The Trellis and the Vine is a straightforward and compelling appeal to pastors to bring about a mind-shift in the way they do ministry. Marshall and Payne argue that ministry simply requires more attention on the vine, and less on the trellis. The Trellis and the Vine, a book I am sure I will read again very soon, helped me to see, more clearly than ever I think, how much of what passes for ministry within a church is really “mere” trellis work.
Of course such work is important but it can so easily taken on undue prominence and become the heart of the church’s work. Meanwhile Author: Colin Marshall, Tony Payne. The Trellis and the Vine. likes. BookFollowers: The Trellis and the Vine:The Ministry Mind-Shift that Changes Everything by Colin Marshall and Tony Payne.
Matthias Media, pages. The Trellis and the Vine focuses on doing the hard work of gospel living. That is, Christians giving of themselves through personal discipleship creating gospel. Marshall, Colin and Tony Payne. The Trellis and the Vine: The Ministry Mind-Shift that Changes Everything.
Kingsford, Australia: Matthias Media, pp. As someone who is not much of a gardener, the image of a trellis and a vine sounds like a.
InTony Payne, Colin Marshall and Matthias Media had their own Star Wars moment. It was called The Trellis and the Vine, and for this little DownUnder publishing house it was what we’d call a ‘blockbuster’.It sold more copies than we ever dreamed.
It also received a host of positive reviews from the likes of Mark Dever, Al Mohler, Ligon Duncan and many others. One of the most popular and influential books on church ministry in recent years is The Trellis and the Vine: The Ministry Mind Shift that Changes Everything by Colin Marshall and Tony Payne and put out by our friends over at Matthias Media.
The book’s main metaphor compares a church’s ministry structures and gospel growth to a trellis and a vine. In The Trellis and The Vine, seasoned veterans Colin Marshall and Tony Payne provide us with a guide to healthy ministry structures in our own contexts.
This book comes from a deeply rooted ministry structure that the authors have used effectively for many years. As part of my research project this year, however, I decided to finally read it. If the subtitle oversells the book, The Trellis and the Vine is still a good book full of worthy content.
As churches increasingly make the shift from slick pre-packaged ministries to becoming more people-focused this book will help to invigorate that shift. The Trellis and the Vine. likes. Book. The Trellis and the Vine: The Ministry Mind-shift that Changes Everything (Colin Marshall and Tony Payne, ) 1.
The trellis and the vine The trellis is the structure and programs of the church. The vine is the ministry to people. We often place trellis.
However, in every great novel, one distinguishing mark will be found. There will inevitably be a protagonist—or rather a defining character that makes the book. The Trellis and the Vine is not a novel, but it similarly grabs the reader’s attention with a defining analogy.
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In The Trellis and the Vine, Colin Marshall and Tony Payne answer these urgent questions afresh. They dig back into the Bible’s view of Christian ministry, and argue that a major mind-shift is required if we are to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ, and see the vine flourish : Colin Marshall, Tony Payne.
The starting point is the central image of the book – the trellis and the vine. The trellis is the infrastructure of church life – management, finances, infrastructure, governance.
‘Trellis work’ is work on maintaining and growing the trellis, and trellis workers are those office bearers and committee members who do those things.
It’s the sequel to "The Trellis and the Vine" (). Though it includes a fresh restatement of the earlier book, it stands on its own.
The central premise, accurate and convicting, is that churches tend to slide imperceptibly into trellis maintenance (systems, structures, programs, and so on) to the neglect of vine-cultivation (spiritual vitality through speaking the Word to each other).
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This review was written by Hank Griffith of South Suburban Evangelical Free Church in Apple Valley, Minnesota. This book is.
The trellis and the vine – a review (Part 2) Febru by Andrew Katay One of the points I made in the first post on the Trellis and the Vine (T&V) related to the way that images and metaphors carry with them a logic or structure, and that logic is what makes the metaphor work.