Miami Vineyard Community Church

12727 SW 122 Avenue
Miami, FL 33186


Monday, Feb 10 – Wednesday, Feb 12

Optional Weekend

We encourage you to attend a weekend service at Miami Vineyard (Sat at 6:15 PM, Sun at 10, 11:30, or 1 PM) and lunch on Monday from 12 – 1:30 PM with Kevin Fischer and the staff to discuss the weekend experience.


Registration: $119/person
(through Feb 9, 2020)

Group Registration: $89/person

Registration includes entrance to all main sessions and lunch on Tuesday.

What is ONE MORE Evangelism Summit?

God’s heart has always been about looking for one more. This event has been created with that in mind. It’s designed to rekindle your passion and expand your imagination to reach people with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ in 2020 and beyond.

We’ll talk about the heart of God for those far from Him and discuss how to cultivate that in our own lives. We’ll explore how that heart can impact those both inside and outside the walls of your current church facility. Whether you’re part of a church that’s experiencing many people making first-time commitments to Jesus or if you’ve not had anyone take this next step in years, this summit is for you.


Best Western Plus Kendall Hotel & Suites
Hotel website (group rate ends January 26th)

Best Western Plus Miami Executive Airport Hotel & Suites
Hotel website (group rate ends January 9th)

Candlewood Suites Miami Executive Suites
Hotel website (group rate ends January 9th)


Childcare will be available for $50 per child ages 12 months – 7 years old.


Email jmadera@miamivineyard.com with any questions.


Who is the Evangelism Summit for?

The Evangelism summit is for anyone, but especially pastors and leaders, who want to enlarge their heart and rekindle their passion for those who don’t yet know Jesus.

What will I experience if I attend?

You will be inspired by hearing from pastors and leaders who are actually reaching people in their community with God’s love. They aren’t just theorists—they are practitioners. They will be teaching and sharing from their varied experiences. You will return to your church and your community with more ideas and passion than you ever thought possible!

What is the cost?

Registration includes entrance to all main sessions and lunch on Tuesday. Early bird registration (through November 30) is $99/person. Regular registration (Dec 1-Feb 9, 2020) is $119/person.

Should I bring my team? Is there a discount for groups?

Yes and yes! If you have five or more individuals coming from your church, you can register as a group. The group registration rate is $89/person. Email us at jmadera@miamivineyard.com for more info.

Where should I stay?

We have rooms reserved for you at several area hotels. Please ask for the ONE MORE rate to get the discount. We strongly suggest you stay relatively close to the church. While the beach is beautiful, traffic in Miami is not!

How do I get there?

ONE MORE will be hosted by Miami Vineyard Community Church, 12727 SW 122 Avenue, Miami, FL 33186. If you’re flying, you can fly into Miami International Airport (MIA) or sometimes you can find a cheaper flight into Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). If driving, enjoy the ride!

Ministry Meals

Join the following Vineyard ministries for lunch and/or dinner on Wednesday, August 12. Lunches are from 12:00-1:15pm at the Evanston Vineyard & will be provided with registration (dinner is off the premises). Please register by August 10!


Multiply Vineyard Lunch

Join Michael Gatlin, the Multiply Vineyard National Coordinator, for lunch and a time to ask questions about church planting. Whether you are interested in finding out more about church planting, sending a church planter out of your church, or are in the process of church planting, please join us!

Vineyard USA Diversity Lunch Training

Please join us to learn about a new Vineyard Diversity Training that is being developed. We are looking for individuals to join us on the beta testing of the training. Participants would be able to experience this training for free.

Vineyard Institute Lunch

VI has launched a pilot program this summer in 3 churches to test a different approach in training disciples and leaders in the local church, utilizing the new course, Demonstrating the Kingdom. During this luncheon, we will share a look at the new approach, reveal what we’ve been learning and will be inviting a few additional churches to partner with us to continue testing the approach in a diversity of churches and cultures.


Who are Asian Americans? Learning Our Stories, Sharing Our Voices

5:00 – 7:00pm
Location provided upon registration

Join this informal gathering to connect with sisters and brothers who are wrestling with what it means to be Asian American, a term conceived only 50 years ago as numerous ethnic groups in the Asian diaspora sought meaning and identity in the U.S. We will spend time reflecting, sharing stories, and praying for God’s leadership in shaping our distinct voice in the multiethnic Kingdom.


Ed Stetzer

Ed Stetzer, Ph.D., holds the Billy Graham Chair of Church, Mission, and Evangelism
at Wheaton College, serves as Dean of the School of Mission, Ministry, and Leadership at Wheaton College, and serves as Executive Director of the Billy Graham Center. He has planted, revitalized, and pastored churches, trained pastors and church planters on six continents, has earned two master’s degrees and two doctorates, and has written hundreds of articles and a dozen books. He is Regional Director for Lausanne North America and publishes research through Mission Group.

Stetzer is a contributing editor for Christianity Today, a columnist for Outreach Magazine, and is frequently cited in, interviewed by, and writes for news outlets such as USAToday and CNN. He is the Founding Editor of The Gospel Project, a curriculum used by more than 1.7 million individuals each week for bible study.

His national radio show, Ed Stetzer Live, airs Saturdays. He also serves as Visiting Professor of Research and Missiology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Visiting Research Professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has taught at many other colleges and seminaries.

He serves as interim teaching pastor of Moody Church in Chicago and as teaching pastor at Highpoint Church. Stetzer has written the following books:

  • Christians in the Age of Outrage: How to Bring Our Best When the World is at Its Worst (2018),
  • Igrejas Que Transformam O Brasil (Churches that Transform Brazil, with Sergio Queiroz, 2017),
  • The Mission of the Church: Five Views in Conversation (with Stephen B. Bevans, Darrell L., 2016),
  • Planting Missional Churches: Your Guide to Starting Churches that Multiply (with Daniel Im, 2016),
  • Transformational Groups (with Eric Geiger, 2014),
  • Subversive Kingdom: Becoming Agents of Gospel Transformation (2012),
  • The Mission of God Study Bible (with Philip Nation, 2012),
  • Compelled: Living the Mission of God (with Philip Nation, 2011),
  • MissionShift: Mission Issues in the Third Millennium (with David J. Hesselgrave, 2010),
  • Transformational Church (with Thom Rainer, 2010),
  • Spiritual Warfare & Missions (with Jerry Rankin, 2010),
  • Viral Churches: How Church Planters Can Become Movement Makers (with Warren Bird, 2010),
  • Lost and Found: The Younger Unchurched and Churches that Reach Them (with Richie Stanley and JasonHayes, 2009),
  • Compelled by Love: The Most Excellent Way to Missional Living (with Philip Nation, 2008),
  • 11 Innovations in the Local Church (with Elmer Towns and Warren Bird, 2007),
  • Comeback Churches: How 234 Churches Turned around and Yours Can Too (with Mike Dodson, 2007),
  • Planting Missional Churches (2006),
  • Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Be a Missionary in Your Community (with David Putman,2006),
  • Perimeters of Light: Biblical Boundaries for the Emerging Church (with Elmer Towns, 2004),
  • Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age (2003)
Clay Harrington

Clay Harrington

Born into a military family that traveled the world, Clay was immersed in a Baptist and Pentecostal upbringing while living in Germany, Texas, Maryland, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

Clay answered the call placed on his life and surrendered to Christ at the age of 30. Since then, he has experienced scores of people come to faith through his passionate preaching and casual conversation with people in the community and made it his life mission to be used in whatever way that brings Him glory — to literally be clay of God!

Clay inspires the church to live radically for Jesus, equips the saints to live naturally supernatural lives empowered by the Holy Spirit, and leads people into a rich and fruitful relationship with the Heavenly Father.

Clay is married to his love, Regina, and has two sets of boy-girl twins. He currently works as the College and Evangelism Pastor at the Vineyard Church of Central Illinois.

Jay Pathak

Jay Pathak

Jay Pathak is the Lead Pastor of the Mile High Vineyard where he strategically guides the mission and vision of the church as a whole, is the main teaching pastor, and provides oversight to each of our neighborhood churches. He has spoken nationally and internationally for Vineyard and other groups in both conference and classroom settings. 

Committed to engaging and impacting those outside the church walls just as much as he is to those within, Jay and his team have worked to build MHV into a vibrant community that engages and impacts the city at every turn. In addition, Jay co-wrote the book The Art of Neighboring with Dave Runyon. In their unique book, they dare to challenge us to wonder what would happen if every follower of Jesus took the Great Commandment literally, by loving our actual neighbors.

Jay has a BA in Philosophy from The Ohio State University and is a graduate of the Vineyard Leadership Institute. Prior to planting our church in 2001, he served as a leader in the Columbus Vineyards young-adult ministry, Joshua House, and as an intern to the senior pastor, Rich Nathan, in Columbus, Ohio. He and his wife, Danielle, were married in 1998 and have two daughters, Jasmine and Sofia.

Kevin Fischer

Kevin Fischer serves as lead pastor of Miami Vineyard Community Church, an outward-focused, multi-cultural church that every year experiences hundreds of people making first time decisions for Christ. 

Kevin’s passion is to see every person experience the life-changing power of Jesus and grow to become everything God designed them to be. 

Kevin and Debbie have five kids and too many cats.  In addition to serving his local church, Kevin also serves as regional leader for Vineyard USA overseeing churches in Florida and Puerto Rico.

Melanie Forsythe

Melanie Forsythe

Melanie Forsythe is the Lead Pastor of LIFE Vineyard Church, a vibrant faith community in the heart of Columbus, Ohio.

She came to faith in the post Christian landscape of Australia. There, Melanie was a youth pastor for many years before moving to America alongside her now late husband and co-founder of LIFE Vineyard.

In spite of the unexpected loss of her husband in late 2018, Melanie is unapologetically in love with the Gospel, and full of hope and vision for the future of local church.