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'Generosity' Tagged Posts

'Generosity' Tagged Posts

Leadership Team Announcement – July 15, 2018

Below is a transcript from the announcement made in church on July 15, 2018 by Jeff Guenther, Leadership Team president. Please email the Leadership Team with questions or concerns related to the topics below. Call Update The Leadership Team has met twice since Pastor Buske returned the call.  We have continued to evaluate the options that we have and prayed about it.   Due to the unique nature of ministry that we have, we are focused on calling someone that is…

Victory News – July 27. 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear friends, Hearing someone call your name can mean lots of emotions: pride, confusion, fear, and joy. Fifteen years ago this past week, the call we got shook my family to its core when our daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.  Jacky’s heart and my heart were already about waist high that morning, because we knew what the doctors were looking for. But when the doctors called us over and the diagnosis came… our hearts splashed onto…

Celebrating God’s Generosity

Dear friends, How does your house look? Wrapping paper anywhere? Cookie crumbs decorating your counter-top or even your couch? Pine needles, real or fake, sticking up out of the carpet or like sprinkles on your floor? New toys and new gadgets, here, there, and everywhere? Garbage overflowing? Sink and dishwasher full of dishes? Maybe that is the way your house looks or maybe it’s sparkling clean! Jesus has come into our messy, dirty world and more specifically into our messy,…

What’s Your “Generostory?”

Dear Friends, I’m going to coin a new word. Ready for it? Generosity + Your Story = Your Generostory. What’s yours? What’s your generostory #BecauseofJesus? During our Thanksgiving Eve service we didn’t collect an offering. Instead we gave out 100 envelopes filled with over $2,300 cash for all of you to be able to generously bless someone else #BecauseofJesus. I hope you’ve been having fun with it and experiencing the joy of giving! It’s certainly been pure joy this week…

Victory News – Shrewd Generosity

Dear Friends, The artwork was first commissioned by Louis XII of France and later owned by Charles I of England. But the “Salvador Mundi” had disappeared and was presumed lost in the late 18th Century. The DaVinci masterpiece reappeared in an auction in 1958. The painting was deemed a copy and sold for just under $60. The “Salvador Mundi” was acquired by a group of art dealers for around $10,000 in 2005. Turning $60 into $10,000 is pretty shrewd, wouldn’t…