Showing posts from March, 2010

Come for Easter

Hi folks. I’m guessing that some of you stumbled upon our website because you got an Easter postcard or some other invitation to come to church with us this Sunday. If you’re thinking, “Yep, that’s me”…I just want to say that we mean it. We’d absolutely love to have to join you us this Sunday at Showtime Cinema at 9:30. Whether you’re looking for a church, maybe looking to give church one last shot, or just on a spiritual journey looking for something but you’re not sure what…come check us out this Sunday. There’ll be a lot of people just like you coming for all sorts of reasons. And we’ll do our best to help you see the biggest reason of all – our Savior, Jesus Christ. He’s the real deal and you can find your strength in him. So please check out our website. Hopefully it gives you the impression that Victory of the Lamb is a place where you can come as you are and learn about God with us in person.

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Church League Champs

After winning a nail biter over Star of Bethlehem in New Berlin last night, we brought home our first men's basketball church league championship trophy. Look for it this week at the Victory Cafe. Just be careful not to smear it with frosting.

If you're looking for some March Madness, feel free to come cheer us on in the State tournament this Saturday and Sunday. Saturday we play at 12:15 at Star of Bethlehem in New Berlin. Then we'll play Sunday either at 5:15 or 6:30 pm at Concordia University in Mequon.

Citizens of Heaven

Dear Friends,

Did you watch the Winter Olympics? My favorite Winter Olympics sport has long been speed skating…even though I’ve never even so much as worn a pair of ice skates. It doesn’t really count that when I was a kid watching the Winter Olympics I would skate around my parents’ house in my footie pajamas. Still…speed skating has always captured my imagination.

I suppose that’s one of the reasons why I’ve enjoyed watching Apolo Ohno so much. I mean certainly short track speed skating is exciting all by itself, but Apolo has such a flair for the dramatic. So often he’s snagged a medal when it’s seemed likely that he’d finish out of the top three.

And then…whether it’s gold, silver, or bronze…he flashes his big smile and skates around wearing the American flag. He’s certainly proud to represent his country as a citizen competing in the Olympics.

All this got me thinking about how the Bible says that “our citizenship is in heaven” (Philippians 3:20). What an amazing statement! We …