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Victory News – August 31, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear friends, Words are powerful. God said, “Let there be,” and there was (Genesis 1:3). Faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ (Romans 10:17). Human words aren’t that powerful when compared to the words of God, but they are impactful.Gossip seems like a necessary part…

Victory News – July 6, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Hello Friends – Have you heard the phrase, “God will never give you more than you can handle”? I don’t mean to shock you, but that is not a Biblical statement. It is not a true statement. There are tons of things that you and I can’t handle. They are just too big…

Victory News – June 8, 2018

PASTOR’S MESSAGE Dear friends, Congratulations to our high school and elementary school graduates!  After the cold spring that seemed to never end, summer is finally here. “Summer is a time for _________________.” A lot of things can go in that blank. Things like: grilling out, picnics, water parks, swimming, Soccer Camp, Brewers games, parades, Summerfest,…

Victory News – May 18, 2018

Pastor’s Message Dear Friends, It happened again this morning: I went running and I forgot to take water with me. I remembered when I wasn’t more than 100 yards away from home, but instead of taking the time to go back and get the water, I just kept on going. It worked out okay today,…

Victory News – May 11, 2018

Pastor’s Message Hello Friends, Have you noticed that moms are real people? What I mean is, moms not only love, provide, protect, and sacrifice; they also fail, struggle, doubt, get tired, sin, and need a Savior. Thankfully, God has provided a Savior for moms and for the rest of us too! I am blessed to…

Victory News – March 23, 2018

Dear Friends, I am excited for this upcoming Holy Week. It is a week of great redemptive potential because the message of the cross and the victory of Christ over sin, death, and Satan is so blatantly clear. Often when I think of the redemptive story, I think of going out “into the world” (i.e.…