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Victory News - The Tomb Is Still Empty!

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Dear Friends,

Good news...the tomb is still empty! So even if you’ve been the victim of a Craigslist scam or something worse…the victory that Jesus Christ pulled off on Easter when he rose from the dead is still the single most decisive event in history. Because your Savior lives…nothing now, not even the curse of sin, can take away or rob you of the inheritance you have in heaven! That’s what Pastor Bill is going to explain this Sunday as we explore this comforting passage that the apostle Peter first shared with suffering believers in the 1st century about “an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade-- kept in heaven for you” (1 Peter 1:4).

So please join us this Sunday at 9 or 10:45 as we continue our “Empty” series and unpack the implications of what the empty tomb practically means for our lives!

(And in case you missed it, watch and share my Easter message from Sunday where I expose the emptiness of honest atheism and showcase the awesome comfort we have as a result of the…

Easter at Victory of the Lamb

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Ten Years of Victory!

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Dear Friends,

Ten years ago. A decade! On Palm Sunday in 2007, our brand new church, Victory of the Lamb, held our first Grand Opening service at the Polonia Soccer Club which we rented on Sunday mornings. It was a one room building that could fit just over one-hundred people. This was our introduction to the community and the first major effort we made to share Christ’s victory with our neighbors. None of us knew then what God had in store for us a church.

Since that day, God has blessed us with a growing church family! We outgrew the Polonia Soccer Club in three years. We passed through Showtime Cinema in the course of six. We’ve begun to make an even bigger impact now that we’ve been in a permanent facility of our own just over a year. So after ten years as an outwardly focused church, our same mission continues….to share Christ’s victory with today’s people, loving them enough to meet them where they are at.

That’s because about two-thousand years ago Jesus met us where we were at…i…