Showing posts from March, 2017

Victory News - Easter is Just Around The Corner!

Dear Friends,

Do you see how God can use your story, including your weaknesses, to bring him glory? In case you missed it, watch or read my sermon from last Sunday about how God opens our eyes to see what he’s up to in our lives…and what even more amazing things he has in store!

This Sunday we continue our series Like Us In Every Way as we learn what it means that Jesus drank the cup of suffering for us. Join us at either 9 or 10:45 as we worship God, grow together, and welcome guests from our community.

Call Decision – Did you hear? This week I officially decided to decline the call to St John’s in Two Rivers so that I can continue to share Christ’s victory with you at Victory of the Lamb. You can read the letter I sent to our church family posted here. Thank you for all your encouragement and prayers!

New Bible 101 Opportunities Starting Soon! – Bible 101 is the first step at our church for anyone who has questions about God, wants to learn what we believe or teach from the Bible, or i…

Victory News - Lasting Impressions

Dear Friends,

I don’t know about you, but last Sunday carved a lasting impression upon my heart. Pastor Mike Duncan’s message on our world mission work in Nepal resonated with me deeply. I think for me it had something to do with the fact that I could see myself reflected in the faces of the young men and their families who are putting their livelihood and their lives on the line to share the gospel over there.

Certainly after seeing the pictures from Nepal and hearing stories about our main contact family there, I went home much more keenly aware of two things. #1 We are so blessed as Christians in this country and especially as members of our local church, Victory of the Lamb. #2 My own challenges in life pale in comparison and so do my frustrations. As a result, my own apathy and cynicism was placed in stark contrast to their passion and persistence which I aspire to. And yet God is good. He sent his Son for us all! He calls us into his family and gives us a purpose as members of hi…