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Posts from December 2018

Posts from December 2018

Victory News – December 28, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear Friends, Are you ready for 2019? Some things will be the same, and some things will be new. Like you, I don’t know exactly what will happen in 2019 but I do know who will be with us! And the God who will be with us is faithful. I am excited as we move forward together because God and his grace and mercy will be leading, guiding us. Along with the Apostle Paul this is my prayer…

Victory News – December 21, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear Friends, I love looking at Christmas decorations. We broke one of our family’s unwritten rules last night: we drove through Candy Cane Lane without snow on the ground. The decorated neighborhood is beautiful. There were thousands  of lights, along with snowmen, reindeer, Olaf, and many manger scenes. Seeing that manger scene reminded me that we need Jesus and the manger more than we realize. We have sinned by breaking God’s law so many times.  But because the…

Victory News – December 14, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear Friends, Numbers. They’re all over the place. To bake my pizza, I need to set my oven to the number 425. The favorite channel in the Limmer home, at least for 2 of us, is number 30 – ESPN! Aaron Rodgers will often call out Green 19, Green 19 before the ball is snapped. Christmas is 11 days away. Worship on Sunday is at 9:00am and 10:30am. Christmas Eve services are at 2:00 and 4:00 pm Here is…

You’re Not Alone

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. (Hebrews 10:24-25) Necessity is the Mother of Invention Typically, when I post on my personal Facebook page, my posts are either shares from other pages or something related to my family. I’m fairly honest about my family life (without…

Victory News – December 7, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear Friends, Christmas traditions. We all have them. Some of us have the tradition of opening up Christmas presents on Christmas Eve, while others of us open presents on Christmas Day. Some have the tradition of colored lights on the tree, while others only do white. For some, Christmas traditions revolve around the homemade cookies or candies. For some, it is the tradition of having everybody home. I’m sure you are already thinking of a number of traditions…