Power For A Purpose: Southern California Regional Conference

Corona, California
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Power For A Purpose: Southern California Regional Conference
Thursday, July 31, 2014 5:00 PM -
Saturday, August 02, 2014 4:00 PM (Pacific Time)

Inland Vineyard Church
(951) 549-1192
935 N Mckinley Street
Corona, California 92879
United States

Map and Directions

Conference Speakers

Jamie & Michelle Wilson

Jamie and Michelle pastor Coast Vineyard in San Diego, and they are the Regional Leaders for the Vineyard in Southern California. They have three children, Daniel, Joshua, and Rose of Sharon.  They have been doing ministry together for over 20 years, having started by building a residential recovery program helping homeless friends follow Jesus and get off the streets. They are passionate about coaching young leaders, pursuing social justice, and helping the Vineyard develop as a church planting movement in Southeast Asia. Michelle holds a Master of Divinity from Bethel Seminary and Jamie holds a Master of Theology from Fuller Seminary.  They have a vision to see Vineyard churches in Southern California work together to plant missional churches that reach the lost in our cities in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Mark Fields

Mark currently serves as the Director of Global & Intercultural Ministry for Vineyard USA. Prior to assuming his current position, he was the Senior Pastor of the Vineyard Community Church in Pomona, California, for more than twenty years. Mark is a graduate of Fuller Seminary with degrees in theology (MA) and missiology (PhD), and he is currently pursuing a diploma in spiritual formation (ADML). He did post-graduate research in New Testament, focused on Luke-Acts, at the London School of Theology. He has traveled and ministered extensively around the world. Mark and his wife Karen have been married for over thirty years, are the parents of three adult children, and reside in Southern California.

Jordan Seng

Jordan is the senior pastor of Bluewater Mission, a creative, justice-oriented church in Honolulu, Hawaii.  He has equipped people broadly through teaching, healing, and prophecy, and church planting for twenty years, and has led training conferences and seminars for every major Christian denomination and numerous para-church and missions organizations in America, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and the Caribbean.  He holds degrees in political theory from Stanford University and the University of Chicago, and was a National Security Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.

James Choung

James leads a missional community called Vineyard, Underground, in Torrance, California. He has been involved in campus ministries for over 18 years, empowering rising generations of Kingdom world-changers. He currently serves as InterVarsity’s national director of evangelism.  He has written True Story: A Christianity Worth Believing In and its follow-up, Real Life: A Christianity Worth Living Out, and he has taught at Bethel Seminary San Diego on leadership development and evangelism. He frequently speaks at campuses, churches, and conferences, and his work has been featured in many publications including Christianity Today, Leadership Journal, and Outreach Magazine.

Kathy Maskell

Kathy leads the Vineyard Justice Network, which launched in 2013. Her M. Div. work focused on the study of abolitionist movements, developing Biblical resources on justice and exploitation, and analyzing poverty as a root cause of human trafficking alongside leaders of poor-led organizations. Previously, Kathy worked for six years as the U.S. Advocacy Director of Love146. In 2007, Kathy co-planted Elm City Vineyard in New Haven, CT. Most recently, Kathy served as a member of the Executive Board for Vineyard USA and is currently the Associate Pastor at Blue Route Vineyard.


Contact Information

  • Vineyard USA
    Southern California Region

    Phone: (909) 353-4609
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