Victory News – “What Jesus Said”

Victory News – “What Jesus Said”

Hi Friends,

It is Super Bowl weekend! The pundits and the experts are telling us who is going to win. ESPN’s staff of writers, editors, analysts, columnists and pundits have made their predictions for the game. The tally: 44 picks for the Patriots and 23 for the Falcons. Whose word can you trust?

This weekend Pastor Ben is going to launch us into a new series, “What Jesus Said.” Jesus words are accurate and true. He was not speculating. He proclaimed the truth of God. You and I can always trust Jesus. And this Sunday “What Jesus Said” is “Love Your Enemies.” For the Christian, the guiding principle for any healthy conversation is Jesus’ encouragement above all to approach a person in love, that is, with their emotional and eternal well-being in mind. You may or may not be disappointed by the Super Bowl. You will not be disappointed by Pastor Ben’s message from Jesus this weekend! See you at 9:00 or 10:45 am. If you can’t make it in person, you can watch via live stream.

Victory Moms – Victory Mom’s is starting up again this week. There is a new schedule to help accommodate yours! New times and days so be sure to check out the details at Victory Moms Group.

Quest Snow Tubing – Come one, come all, bring a friend! Our Quest teens are getting together to enjoy some of God’s outdoor creation, by going snow tubing at The Rock snow park in Franklin. We need a final count by Friday, February 10. Teens can RSVP to Melissa or Jon by February 10. You also need to have your parent or legal guardian fill out the waiver online. If the waiver is NOT filled out we will not be able to let you participate.

Easter for Kids – This is a one day event where kids will learn about Jesus’ resurrection in exciting and powerful ways. Kids will experience the gospel message through skits, interactive learning stations, crafts, games and snacks. It’s an experience they won’t soon forget! Join us on Saturday April 8th from 11am-3pm at Victory of the Lamb. This program is open to anyone ages 3-11 and is free of charge. Lunch is also provided. Kids are invited to join us on Palm Sunday, April 9th at 9am when the kids will sing their song in church. Click here for more information, to register, or to sign up to help.

Giving Statements – The 2016 year end giving statements are available on the table in the welcome area. If you have not picked your up, please do so this weekend. Thanks for your generosity!

Men of His Word National Conference – “Be Strong and Courageous!” Pastor Ben will be a presenter at what has become a fast growing, gospel filled gathering of men who want to grow in their faith and become the leaders that God has called us to be in our world, our homes, and churches. Last year, over 600 men gathered for this inexpensive, one-day event. It’s being hosted at the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center in Oshkosh on Saturday, February 11. Check out the Men of His Word website for registration details. Here’s a link with descriptions of the session topics including Pastor’s Ben entitled, “What It Takes To Be Tough.”

Alison’s Choice – Free Movie Event. Pastor Ben is on the Board of Directors for a wonderful pro-life group whose mission is protecting a child’s right to live and be loved. We’re hosting a free movie event on Friday evening, February 24th at our ministry center. Invite your family / friends to join you for a positive message film about God’s precious gift of life. Please RSVP here to let us know you’re coming and to watch a trailer for the movie. Because of the story, please be aware that it is a PG-13 movie. Doors open @ 6:30pm, Screening @ 7pm.

Kids Carnival – Every year Wisconsin Lutheran High School hosts an event for children ages 3 to 4th grade called Kids’ Carnival. It is a fun event for young families to be introduced to WLHS through carnival games run by high school students. This year it takes place on February 19th from 1:00-3:30. There are tons of prizes for any age to choose. Admission is $3.

Sharing in Christ’s Victory,
Pastor Bill