Dear Village Church, It’s a joy to join the elder team here at The Village! There are so many things I appreciate about The Village Church—among them are the solid and engaging biblical preaching and teaching, the relevant and vibrant worship, and the warm and inviting church family we have. Over the past couple of years, I have particularly appreciated th...Keep Reading
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One of the beautiful realities of marriage that Jesus points to is a “Profound Oneness” between a husband and wife, which points to the oneness that he desires with each of us. Theologians call this Union With Christ. If you have a desire to experience more oneness in your marriage but don’t know where to start, consider these seven means to oneness in marriage...
What comes to mind when you hear the word “meek”? Perhaps it’s something like the scrawny guy from an advertisement who gets sand kicked in his face and takes it for fear of getting pummeled. For most people, meekness sounds more like a character deficiency than a virtue. ...
Before coming to Village Church, we found ourselves looking to find a new church to call home. Having been so invested in and committed to our previous church for our entire Christian lives, this was not easy. Visiting churches week after week, I found myself being critical of everything that was “different” from what I’d previously known. Months went b...Keep Reading
Hello Village Church! I want to begin by saying I’m very excited just to be part of the Village Church. About 3 ½ years ago, when my family first came here, we were searching for a church home that would be committed to and focused on Jesus and His Gospel, that would preach and teach directly from His Word, that takes training His disciples seriously all th...Keep Reading
When Melanie and I decided to move from Ohio to California almost 3 years ago, it was with mixed emotions. Leaving friends, family and a church community was difficult. However, we knew God was opening doors and believed we needed to be obedient. As we transitioned to life in California, finding a new churc...Keep Reading