Finding Peace & Holding Hope
In this video, Rose Swetman (Northwest Regional Leader for Vineyard USA, founding co-pastor of the Practicing Church, and faculty member at the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology) shares some of her own journey walking through times of grief and pain, and offers practical wisdom on how we can hold on to peace and hope in this season.
Founding Co-Pastor, The Practicing Church (Shoreline, WA) & Northwest Regional Leader, Vineyard USA
“The Spirit is hovering over all of this chaos, starting in our own personal lives,
our churches, our communities, our nations, and this world.
The Spirit is hovering to bring new life out of this present chaos and out of our present struggle.”
Rose Swetman is a Vineyard pastor who is the founding co-pastor (currently a Teaching Pastor), along with her husband, Rich of The Practicing Church in Shoreline, Washington. She is the founder of Turning Point, a missional group that partners with local agencies to serve low-income families in the greater Seattle area. She is the Regional Leader in the Northwest Region of Vineyard USA. Rose obtained her Doctor of Ministry from Bakke Graduate University in Seattle, Washington focused on Transformational Leadership for the Global City. She currently is an adjunct professor at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Rose and Rich have a blended family of 8 children, spouses and over 20 grandchildren.