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'Koine' Tagged Posts

'Koine' Tagged Posts

Victory News – Third Week of March 2017

Hi Friends, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! True or false: St. Patrick was Irish. The answer is: False. He was British. St. Patrick was taken captive around the age of 16 by pirates who brought him to Ireland. He would later escape Ireland only to return again and make it his life’s work to convert the wild Celts to Christianity. Patrick saw that their deepest need was Jesus! Speaking of deepest needs. Check out Pastor Ben’s message from last week. And…

Footsteps to the Cross by Koine – Tomorrow!

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow evening, March 15 at 6:30 pm, we’re hosting a special Lenten service event at our ministry center. Footsteps to the Cross is a musical experience arranged by Koiné that weaves together scripture texts, music, and multimedia to highlight the final steps of Jesus Christ and the meaning of his suffering and death. Invite a friend! Come early. Enjoy some bars and cookies courtesy of the Victory Café. This is going…

Victory News – 2nd Week of March 2017

Hi Friends! I hope and pray you had a great week and are looking forward to worship this coming weekend! Last weekend we began a news series Like Us in Every Way with a message on temptation.  You can see it here. This Sunday Pastor Ben is going to bring us an unforgettable message of God’s grace as he reintroduces Jesus to us as the one who carries our deepest need.  FYI – You won’t want to miss this. P.S.…

Victory News – Lasting Impressions

Thank you to our teen group, Quest, for serving supper on Ash Wednesday this week Dear Friends, I don’t know about you, but last Sunday carved a lasting impression upon my heart. Pastor Mike Duncan’s message on our world mission work in Nepal resonated with me deeply. I think for me it had something to do with the fact that I could see myself reflected in the faces of the young men and their families who are putting their livelihood…

Victory News – Third Week of February

Dear Friends, God is amazing with his grace.  We are not even good and yet God took away all our sin. This is not fake news, this is GREAT news! In Jesus, grace and truth are perfectly fused. ICYMI – check out my message from last week based on Jesus’ words, “Do not judge.” This Sunday at Victory of the Lamb we are continuing our series What Jesus Said as Pastor Ben leads us to come to Jesus as we…