The Making Of A New Wineskin Legacy Edition

I interviewed a craftsman a while back, and asked him what the process was to make a new wineskin. He used some vocabulary that even I hadn’t even heard of. But while he was explaining it to me, he also explained the characteristics of “Old Wineskins.” Most of them are old, rigid and have A LOT OF RUTS. They are very brittle and easily broken when bumped. Not easily stretched, and usually have small cracks somewhere on the inside.

Does that describe some of you? Or someone in your ministry? In order to receive “new wine” you have to become a NEW WINESKIN. Journey along with me to learn how to make yourself or help someone you know, become a new wine skin.


This Legacy Edition includes updated graphics and audio

This is one of the resources in the LEGACY called, CHANGING SEASONS SUCCESSFULLY