Incredible thanks to the Uber-talented and astute beyond his years Andre Anderson for my inclusion in his nextgen leadership and networking magazine...Check it out at the link below! http://theandersonlist.com/people/vince-arnone
Presenting the First Annual, “Vinnys”!
Presenting the first annual, "Vinnys"! In honor of last night's award show, I figured I would follow suit. I present, "The Vinnys," my top 5 recommended resources for life and faith that I have discovered since around this time last year. (Hopefully, I will hand myself the correct card as I write these down!) I'm … Continue reading Presenting the First Annual, “Vinnys”!
Lessons From My Vineyard
This is the organizational interpretation of the Vineyard series I have been publishing in the devotional section of my site. I pray it gives some good insight! At my home, I have a small vineyard that was planted by the previous owner. He was an Executive Chef and a skilled wine maker. The vineyard is … Continue reading Lessons From My Vineyard
3 Things You Can Do To Keep “Day One” From Becoming “One Day…” (A message for youth pastors in the beginning stages of a new calling or position)
“Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.”- Proverbs 13:12 I love attending the monthly meetings of the Pittsburgh Kids Foundation ( http://www.pittsburghkidsfoundation.org). About a hundred or so youth pastors, professors, missionaries, and next gen para-church ministry leaders gather in a beautiful downtown meeting space for worship, fellowship, … Continue reading 3 Things You Can Do To Keep “Day One” From Becoming “One Day…” (A message for youth pastors in the beginning stages of a new calling or position)
My wife and I recently undertook a massive, long awaited, long procrastinated project. We sought to unpack what we affectionately called, "Box Mountain." Box Mountain was a geographic wonder of the Arnone world. It wasn't wondrous so much for its size- (though it was substantial- probably 7 feet high by 6 feet wide or so)- … Continue reading “Box Mountain”