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Posts from October 2016

Posts from October 2016

Victory News – Busting the ‘Good Person Myth’

Almost 500 years ago, on October 17, 1517 something major took place in Germany when a man named Martin Luther published a document by nailing it to a church door which detailed false teachings and abuses in the church. (This was before blogging!) What happened? The ‘good person myth’ was busted. Consciences were set free. People learned that they were forgiven in the sight of God by faith in Jesus Christ alone apart from their good works. It turns out…

Victory News – October 21 2016

Hi friends, Have you ever heard of that expression, “you get what you pay for”? Do you think it is true? If you are like me, you have gone bargain basement and that is exactly what you received. But then there are other times when you went high end only to get the short end of the stick then too. When it comes to forgiveness, the truth is you and I get what is PAID FOR!  Jesus paid for our…

Leadership Team Meeting – October 2016

October 10, 2016 6:30-9:45 pm at the Ministry Center Present: Tim Johnson, Jay Justmann, Jim Vogel, Wes Andersen, Jeff Guenther, Ron Takacs, Pastor Ben Kuerth, Pastor Bill Limmer Our meeting began as Pastor Ben led us in a study of Psalm 100—a psalm of giving thanks. We discussed the many reasons we have to praise God—especially for his faithfulness to his promises, the consistency of his forgiveness and love, and for the fact that he made us and we belong…

Victory News – Don’t Be Afraid; Just Believe!

Dear Friends, What does despair look like? Does God care when you feel on the brink of despair? As we continue our “Who is This Man?” sermon series this Sunday we are going to explore a wonderfully comforting account from Luke chapter 8, two interwoven stories that shed light not only on who Jesus is, but faith’s response to a Savior who says, “Don’t be afraid; just believe” (Luke 8:50). (“Jesus is the man who won’t go away, because his…

Victory News – Who Is This Man?

Dear Friends, Consider. Whoever wins this year’s presidential election will one day die and be forgotten. Their legacy will not endure. Their influence will fade away. But Jesus is the person in all of history who won’t go away. His legacy lasts. His influence is still immense. From a human viewpoint though, his movement should have failed before it even started. Yet Jesus’ impact was greater a hundred years after his death than it was during his life. It was…

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