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March 13th, 2020 In light of the dangers surrounding a community-wide spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and the subsequent disease it causes (COVID-19), Village Church is officially enacting the following measures to ensure that we continue to provide a safe environment for congregants, visitors, and members of the wider community: All services and gatherings are canceled, effective immediately. The elders will review the situation after three Sundays (the 15th,

One of the greatest challenges for any preacher is deciding what not to say. Once we’ve taken the editor’s knife to our work, we’re left with a mess of material strewn about the cutting room floor. These posts are my way of sharing some of what couldn't be said in Sunday morning's sermon. Today's post follows our 3/8/2020 sermon on Acts 2:14-21 - "This is That: God’s Promise Fulfilled." To listen, click here. This

One of the greatest challenges for any preacher is deciding what not to say. Once we’ve taken the editor’s knife to our work, we’re left with a mess of material strewn about the cutting room floor. These posts are my way of sharing some of what couldn't be said in Sunday morning's sermon. Today's post follows our 3/1/20 sermon on Acts 2:1-13 - "Say What?" To listen, click here. It was a joy to

One of the greatest challenges for any preacher is deciding what not to say. Once we’ve taken the editor’s knife to our work, we’re left with a mess of material strewn about the cutting room floor. These posts are my way of sharing some of what couldn't be said in Sunday morning's sermon. Today's post follows our 2/16/20 sermon on Acts 1:6-11 - "The King Ascends His Throne" To listen, click here. As always,

One of the greatest challenges for any preacher is deciding what not to say. Once we’ve taken the editor’s knife to our work, we’re left with a mess of material strewn about the cutting room floor. These posts are my way of sharing some of what couldn't be said in Sunday morning's sermon. Today's post follows our 2/9/20 sermon on Acts 1:1-5 - "What Are You Waiting For?" To listen, click here. In Acts