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Victory News – June 4, 2021

Victory News – June 4, 2021

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PASTOR’S MESSAGE

Hi Friends,

Truett Cathy was the founder of Chick-Fil-A restaurants. The business had a very humble beginning in 1946 with one small restaurant called The Dwarf Grill.  It was in this little restaurant that Truett and his brother came up with the chicken sandwich that so many of us enjoy six days a week.

It took 21 more years before the first Chick-Fil-A restaurant was established in Atlanta. In the years that followed, Chick-Fil-A became a southern restaurant chain in the South and now has made it into our neighborhoods up in Wisconsin. The overwhelming impression of Chick-Fil-A is that they take good care of their customers by providing fast, courteous service and delicious food. Truett Cathy was a devoted Christ follower. He taught Sunday School in his church for 50 years!  Hearing God’s calling for him, he not only wanted to take care of the customers; he wanted to take care of his employees. This is why Chick-Fil-A has given out over $35 million dollars in scholarships to its employees.

What is your employer known for? Or if you are a boss, what are you known for? Every one of us has at least some moments in our lives where we are the boss. And God has a special calling for bosses.

This weekend are we are continuing our Called series as we look at God’s calling for employers. Hope to see you for worship this Sunday at 9:00 or 10:30am. You can worship at Victory, on our live stream site, or on our YouTube channel.  

Reaching today’s people with Christ’s victory,

Pastor Bill

CURRENT SERIES – CALLED

ICYMI – Last weekend, Pastor Ben shared a message about God’s call to employees. We can find encouragement when we realize that, ultimately, it is God we work for. You can click here to read and watch this message.

Coming Up This Weekend – Pastor Bill guides us to continue learning about God’s call to each of us with a message about being an employer. Employers who use God’s wisdom in making decisions that impact their employees helps them lead with fairness and treat all with dignity and respect. Join us for worship on Sunday at 9:00 or 10:30am at the Ministry Center, on our live stream site, or our YouTube channel.  

VICTORY OPPORTUNITIES

Hang Out with the Thompsons – On June 11 between 5:00 and 7:00pm, Victory will host an open house to give you and your family an opportunity to spend time with Steve and Nancy Thompson (long-time volunteers at Victory) before they move to Iowa this summer. Food provided; no RSVP needed.

Bedtime Stories – Bedtime Stories is happening again on Friday, June 18 at 6:30pm. Families can park in the lot at Victory, receive snacks and goodies for each kid and a book for the family, and enjoy family fun and a read-aloud in the lot. We’re excited to welcome author Kellen Roggenbuck to share his book, The Awkward Dinosaurs. No RSVP needed for this event. To learn more, go to votl.life/bedtime.

Father’s Day at Victory – Fathers play a special role in God’s kingdom, guiding children and families to grow closer to our Heavenly Father. Celebrate Father’s Day at Victory! We’ll have a message to honor dads, a photo booth, and thank God for the dads and father figures in our lives. Join in for worship on Father’s Day, June 20 at 9:00 or 10:30am.

VICTORY NEWS

Update Your Contact Info – Have you recently moved? Changed email address or phone number? Made other adjustments to your household? Let us know! You can either log into your MyVOTL account and submit changes, or simply click here to fill out a form to share this information with us. Thanks for helping us stay connected with you! (And, don’t worry. Your information is safe with us; we don’t share your contact information with anyone.)

Leadership Team Nominations Due June 10 – To fill a vacancy on the Leadership Team, we are now accepting nominations of men in our congregation. To nominate someone for this role, please email the Leadership Team by June 10.

COVID Policy Updates: Victory’s Leadership Team has decided to make changes to our COVID policies to reflect the adjusted recommendations by local and national health agencies. For worship and events from now on, masks will be optional and Victory will be open to full capacity. Questions, comments, or concerns regarding this policy change can be directed to the Leadership Team (leadershipteam@victoryofthelamb.com).