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'Praise and Proclaim' Tagged Posts

'Praise and Proclaim' Tagged Posts

Seeking Certainty By Faith Alone

Dear Friends, I am told that an Impala (think medium-sized antelope) can run up to fifty miles an hour. They can jump longer than thirty feet. And an Impala can also jump up to 10 feet high. And yet if you go to a zoo, an Impala can be contained by a simple three foot high solid wall. That’s crazy. Do you know why they want jump the little three foot wall? Because Impala won’t jump when they can’t see where…

Victory News – Soul Searching – Where are we going when we die?

Dear Friends, What do you think about when it is just you and God? What do you and your friends talk about when you go deep? Have you ever wondered where you came from? What your purpose is? Have you ever considered can anyone really tell what is right or wrong? Soul searching questions, aren’t they? Last Sunday evening a man was in his hotel room in Las Vegas while 22,000 people were attending a concert about a quarter mile…

Victory News – September 22, 2017

Dear Friends, Most of us have heard of FOMO (the fear of missing out). FOMO keeps us from committing to things because we are afraid that something better might come up and we don’t want to miss out on that better thing. This weekend we are continuing our series “Soul Searching.” To be honest with you, I don’t want you to miss out! Pastor Ben is going to share with us an amazing message from God’s Word. He is going…

Victory News September 15, 2017

Dear Friends, This weekend is going to be a great weekend at Victory of the Lamb! We are kicking off the Fall schedule with a new series called Soul Searching. In this series we are going to ask and answer some universal questions like: Where have I come from? Why am I here? Where am I going? What is the point and purpose of life? Does my life mean anything? Is there a God out there? What happens when I…

New Series Starting – Take Up Your Cross

Dear Friends, It’s a tough, lonely thing to grow up in a world filled with high expectations and endless temptations. Young people need to understand that they are not alone—everyone faces the same struggles. How can we come up alongside our youth, our teens, let them know that we love them, we care about them, we’re ready to listen without judgement? This Sunday we’re starting a new series that I pray will help us to do just that. It’s called…

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