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Victory News - World Mission Sunday

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Dear Friends,

1%. That’s the percentage of people who are Christian in Nepal. But twelve years ago a small church started there…with two people. That church, by God’s grace, now numbers 4,000 and is growing! But it’s not without incredible challenges. Please join me this Sunday as we celebrate the Gospel of Jesus being shared in Nepal and pray over the difficulties that our brothers and sisters there are facing.

This Sunday at Victory of the Lamb is World Mission Sunday. We’re honored to be welcoming Pastor Mike Duncan as our guest speaker. He is our mission counselor for Nepal and Pakistan. As part of our More Than Bricks campaign we are helping to directly support the mission work going on in Nepal. So come and see how God is using your generosity to help share Jesus with people on the other side of the globe! One quick note: due to security reasons, we will not be live streaming Pastor Duncan’s presentation. All the more reason to join us in person either at 9 or 10:…

Victory News - Love Your Enemies

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Dear Friends,

“Align your heart with Jesus and you’ll find no room for hate.” ICYMI – Watch my message from last Sunday based on Jesus’ words, “Love your enemies” as part one of our new series What Jesus Said. Special thanks to our VotL teen band who led the music for their first time together in a service!

Tonight I’m putting the finishing touches on my presentation for the Men of His Word conference Saturday in Oshkosh.

This Sunday at Victory of the Lamb we’re continuing our series What Jesus Said as Pastor Bill helps us better understand and apply Jesus’ words, “Do not judge.” I look forward to seeing you this Sunday as we grow together in our understanding of Jesus’ words that help us to balance truth and love.

Easter for Kids is a one day event where kids will learn about Jesus’ resurrection in exciting and powerful ways. Kids will experience the gospel message through skits, interactive learning stations, crafts, games and snacks. It’s an experience they won’t soon forge…