Good Vibes

Pastor Vinnie MacIsaac is one of the people I trust. Vinnie joins scholasticism with practical, real-life experience. Combine that with his constant focus on Jesus and you have a winning formula. I recommend Pastor MacIsaac. (Mike Tucker, Faith for Today, TV Show)

It is rare to find a pastor who is as passionate about the things that are happening in the world right now as Pastor Vinnie MacIssaac. Even if you don’t always agree with his conclusions, he makes you think, and that’s a gift in and of itself. I look forward to reading his articles as they come out and highly recommend them to my friends. (Michael Peabody- attorney and president of Founders’ First Freedom, blogs at ReligousLibertyTV)

Pastor Vinnie is the reliable, thoughtful sound of reason that I have drawn from for close to 15 years. A committed spiritual and family-focused individual, Pr. Vinnie has created a written voice that is only but an extension of the real person. If you have not had the opportunity to read this blog or connect with Pr. Vinnie, you are definitely missing out! (Mathuel Browne– Public Relations Professional)

Vinnie’s blogs are a refreshing blend of theology and praxis. In a world that sees too many armchair theologians pontificating about random theological positions, Vinnie makes his theology practical. He moves his readers to consider their life in light of the gospel, and he is usually spot on! Well, except when it comes to turkeys… 😉 (Jonathan Martin–Pastor, Young Adults & Youth Expert, and WKRP hater)

Pastor Vinnie is a trusted source in my life both personally and professionally because he’s a man of honor and integrity. As a close friend, colleague and alumnus, he has served an integral role in the formation of my calling to ministry. For more than a decade now, Vinnie is one of the only people that I can discus about any topic with, debate vigorously with passion and walk away knowing that my opinions weren’t devalued or misrepresented. Above all, my friend has a servant heart, loves others with the passion of Christ and takes time to mentor, inspire and equip even the most broken in spirit. You will love Vinnie, I know I do. (Joel Klimkewicz -Pastor, Mountian View Conference, Former Marine)

Pastor Vinnie is a wealth of information and experience. Don’t expect to come away unchallenged, but it’s always in a good way. He’s been a source of wisdom in my searching and a counter argument when I’m getting ahead of myself. I highly recommend reading his blog and experiencing his thought process. (Zack Payne -Pastor, Wisconsin Conference of Seventh-day Adventists,The Haystack)

For the Rogue Millennial writers, Pastor Vinnie’s work is a constant blessing. He is gifted with both wisdom and words – but his largest gifting is in the Spirit, which is always evident in his writing. He has continually enlightened and inspired us to re-evaluate our own spiritual walks and ministries. No one could ask for a better role model and mentor in faith. (Jared Peer -On behalf of Rogue Millennials)

Pastor Vinnie is one of my go to sources in the Adventist Church for the theology of salvation. Not just because he’s read most of it, but because he’s lived most of it and come out the other side with his faith firmly grounded on the work of Jesus Christ. He has a passion for the truth and a love of people in equal measure, you you can see it in the fruits of his ministry.  (David Hamstra -Phd student/ pastor)

“I firmly believe that God places people in our lives at times when we need them, and one such person placed in my life is Vinnie MacIsaac.  He has taught me more about the Bible than any person I know, and even when we have theological differences I can never question his sincerity and knowledge in the Holy word from Genesis through Revelation. Through ups and downs, he has been like a brother to me and I’m proud to call him a friend and a mentor.”   (Darrell Ellis – Creston, Iowa, I.T. guy by day, world’s biggest Superman fan by night). 

Pastor Vinnie MacIsaac is the “real deal.” He’s not afraid to get down in the trenches with you, but it’s to bid you to “Look, full face, to Jesus.” He doesn’t spout Christian clichés at you, recognizes the journey is not always a smooth one. But he will not allow you to wallow in self-pity. He has remained true to his calling, when God told him, “Give my people My Word.” That’s what he does. But, fair warning: You will find yourself reading, nodding in agreement, thinking, “That was nice.” But be prepared to walk away and 24 hrs later, bits and pieces start coming together; “OH!” Then, an “OUCH!” His messages are never as smooth and as simple as it seems on the surface. Like a treasure hunt–or an ICEBERG– you need to dive deeper to get the full meaning. (Vicki DiNitto – Musician, previous church member)

Vinnie MacIsaac is a person whose opinion I value greatly. His candor and outspokenness on spiritual and worldly issues are very refreshing in this day and age, yet some might say that his biggest gift would be his ability, and willingness, to engage those who refuse to hear the truth. I personally can’t wait to see what else he has in store for us. (Lem Peters -Life Coach)

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