Victory News – April 17, 2020

Victory News – April 17, 2020


Hi Friends,

We live in what has been called the Information Age. With one click on my computer, I can read blogs, watch the news, read books, get reports on stocks, find sports highlights, and a whole lot more.

I have been told there is more information in the Sunday edition of the New York Times than people just generations ago received in a lifetime. I don’t know if that is true or not . . . and that is key. We live in an information age, not an age of truth. Just because you hear it doesn’t mean it is true. Just because you found it on Google or Wikipedia doesn’t automatically make it true.

So, we need to be careful on how we receive the information. Because it is not information that will set us free. It is the truth that will set us free.

This weekend, we are beginning a new series called Who Told You That?. In this series we explore some of the information that has been passed off as what Christianity teaches… only Christianity doesn’t actually teach it. And those false ideas about Christianity have often led people to shipwreck their faith or not take Christianity seriously.

I invite you, your family, and your friends to have a watch party online for worship this Saturday at 5:00pm or Sunday at 9:00 or 10:30am.

Sharing Christ’s victory,

Pastor Bill

Current Series – Who Told You THat?

ICYMI – Last weekend, Pastors Bill and Ben led us from the Last Supper to the Cross to the Empty Tomb. Jesus rescued you at the cross. Because Jesus is alive, Hope Lives! Click here to read or watch the messages from Holy Week.

Coming Up This Weekend – Pastor Bill kicks off our new series with a message about science and God. You may have heard that science and Christianity are at odds, or that science disproves the existence of God. But just because we learn more about Creation doesn’t mean that it removes our need for the Creator. Join us on Saturday at 5:00pm or Sunday at 9:00 or 10:30am. You can join in for all of these services online. 


This Week’s Bible Reading – This week in the Biblical Storyline Plan, we read 1 Samuel 13-31 and 2 Samuel 1-7. Supporting videos from The Bible Project included the videos Overview of 2 Samuel and The Messiah. Learn more about this reading plan and get involved at votl.life/bible.

Worship Service Times – This weekend, we’re officially adding our Saturday service! We’ll be live online at victoryofthelamb.com with our services on Saturdays at 5:00pm, in addition to streaming services on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:30am. We encourage you to share a link on social media or text your friends and family to join you for worship, no matter when you choose to join us online.

St. Paul’s Food Drive – This Sunday, April 19 from 1:00-4:00pm, St. Paul’s Muskego (on Janesville Road) will host a food drive to benefit the Muskego Food Pantry. Please bring non-perishable food items in plastic bags to the St. Paul’s parking lot, where volunteers will direct you to drop these off safely. You can click here to learn more about the food drive and access a list of most-needed items.


Cheer Up Residents at Harbour Village! – Harbour Village, a senior residence facility in Greendale, houses area seniors with a range of needs. Due to COVID-19, most of the residents have been isolated for their safety. Help Victory to cheer them up! We encourage you to make cards, draw pictures, and send some happiness via the US Mail. Please send anything you and your family create to:
Harbour Village
Attn: Melissa Struck
5700 Mockingbird Lane
Greendale, Wisconsin 53129

Online Bible Studies – Pastor Bill and Pastor Ben are offering online Bible studies to help you grow in your faith during this challenging time. Pastor Bill is leading a study called “Joining Jesus on Mission” on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Pastor Ben will start up a new study to dive deeper into sermon topics on Wednesday mornings. To learn more about these studies and get involved, go to votl.life/online-bible-studies.

Versiti Blood Drive – Victory is partnering with Versiti to serve our community! We’ll host a blood drive on Wednesday, May 20 from 3:00-7:00pm. In order to maintain social distancing and ensure safety, we’ll be adjusting our set-up from other drives and we will not be able to provide child care during the drive. To sign up to donate, click here. Thank you for saving a life!