Especially in times of economic anxiety, it's crucial that we remember where our ultimate security lies. By giving sacrificially, we remind ourselves that God is the Provider of all we need. The act itself trains our bodies to entrust our material resources into the hands of our loving Father who gives us every good gift. Below, we've written out instructions to make giving online as smooth a process as possible. Step-By-Step Giving Instructions 1.
I have a confession to make: we were late to church yesterday morning. Sophie needed to eat, Cesar had a pile of blocks to deal with, and Ellie was… somewhere. We started off strong. The kids loved singing along with Jacob and they enjoyed the kids’ Bible story we threw in after the Old Testament reading. Once it came time for Papa to preach on the TV, of course, they were ready
Yesterday was a strange day for us at VCL. The church building sat empty as we gathered individually and in small groups. I was glad to hear from so many of you that the home liturgy we provided was helpful. We’ll continue to provide those for as long as we’re unable to gather for worship, along with plenty of other resources to help you connect with God and neighbor. Keep your eyes
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,
“There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear.” (1 John 4:18) When Lee handed me the shepherd’s crook just a few weeks ago, I knew we were heading into a challenging season. At that time, I could not have foreseen what would lie ahead, but I did know one thing: God is going to work signs and wonders in this place. Though the challenges have changed, that belief has
As cases of COVID-19 (the disease caused by the novel coronavirus) pop up in the U.S. and our society grows increasingly concerned, Pastor Casey and I thought it best to share a few words with you all about what’s going on. In this post, we’ll cover 3 things everyone should know about COVID-19, 3 things every Christian should know, and 3 ways we can be praying.