the i-61 campus

The i-61 Campus houses the Vineyard Justice and Compassion ministry schools. The campus is located at the Boise Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Boise, Idaho. Our campus is a ministry of the Boise Vineyard and shares the same values and statement of faith. Because we are rooted in the local church, we strongly value working through local churches and supporting the body of Christ. Whatever we do internationally, we strive to do locally. Therefore, the church has its own food pantry, free medical clinic, large community garden, prison ministries, and outreach programs to our growing refugee population. Students who move to Boise to join one of our school programs will be placed in church host homes as well as become a part of the Vineyard Boise community. It truly is a life-giving environment and there is much to gain from being with others who are like-minded and passionate about justice and compassion.

Courses Offered

Mission Medics School

Our goal is to prepare people with a heart for God to witness for Christ while providing medical care for individuals and communities in need. Mission Medics seeks to train reformers to provide God-centered, holistic healing (physical, spiritual, and emotional).

Love Justice School

This is a 6-month, part-time school at the Boise Campus. A full-time option is also available. This program seeks to equip and empower this generation to effectively minister the love of Jesus to the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of women and children in crisis, both at home and around the world.


our campus is located at vineyard boise christian fellowship in boise, idaho.


small group series

Our Heart for the i-61 small group Series

In i-61 ministries, we want groups and individuals to grow in awareness of the world’s growing crises, deepen in compassionate love that comes from our Creator, and feel empowered and inspired to go and make an impact for the kingdom of God. We believe it is worship to God to love the poor, and we hope to present some holistic and effective ways to do that. Our prayer is that you grow closer to Jesus during these next nine weeks, experiencing Him in spirit and in truth. We as the church are commissioned to be His hands and feet to the “least of these”. May He help us all to do that each day!

How to Use this i-61 Small Group Series

This is a nine-week series that includes: weekly videos for your group to watch together and daily devotions for you to do personally. The videos are meant to evoke discussion; they include pauses with directed questions on the screen so that the group can interact and personalize each topic. The devotions are meant to help you explore God’s word on the topic and get you to the ultimate point of application, which is where all the real life-change happens. There are five daily devotions per week and we encourage you to begin each one with prayer, inviting God to guide you where He wants you to go.



Session 1: Introduction

session 2: spiritual confusion

session 3: undeveloped leadership

session 4: educational inequalities

Session 5: Environmental Decline

Session 6: World Hunger

Session 7: Poor Health & Disease

Session 8: Human Injustice

Session 9: Conclusion



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