On Monday evening, our delivery team returned from Mexico and our Christmas backpack project is now complete. We want to say THANK YOU to everyone who participated in this project. Here's a quick recap...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. ...
If you’re like me, or your family is like the Kyser family, you now have a 4x4 block of wood on your kitchen table as a daily reminder to pray for 4 individuals and 4 families 4 times a week for 4 weeks. So what are you praying for? Here are 7 Ways you can pray for them this week: 1. Pray Ephesians 1:3-6 for them – that they would be among those God has c...Keep Reading
It’s the time of year to collect shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child! Join us by packing boxes that deliver hope to children around the world! The final day for collecting shoeboxes at the Village Church is November 16t. For more information, checkout the flyers in the Hub or if you are interested in serving at the processing plant on Dec 1 reach out to Judy ...Keep Reading
Hey Village Church! We just got back from an incredible trip down in El Salvador. We brought a large team of people and two dozen suitcases filled with dresses, shoes, jewelry, and makeup. Seems a bit strange, right? A few years ago, one of our short term teams discovered something really unique about teenage girls living in Latin American orphanages. We learned ...Keep Reading