Sunday Service Sneak Peek for August 20, 2017 – Isaiah 56:7

 

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for August 20, 2017 – Isaiah 56:7

God chose the small nation of Israelites to be His own people.  Much to their surprise, God later revealed that His plan was to save all people, from all nations through Jesus Christ.  That is still God’s plan, and it’s now our mission! Learn more about Isaiah 56:7 NIV and find out more about God’s plan at Victory on Sunday, August 20, 2017.

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for August 13, 2017 – Job 38:12


Sunday Service Sneak Peek for August 13, 2017 – Job 38:12

It’s natural that we will question God.  We can’t understand His thoughts or ways.  God wants us to know that we don’t need to worry.  We can trust Him to orchestrate our lives because He has proven that He loves us. Learn more this Sunday, August 13, 2017 about job 38:12 at Victory Lutheran Church.

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 30, 2017 – Romans 8:28

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 30, 2017 – Romans 8:28

“In all things God works for ‘the good’ of those who love Him.” We cling to those verses in hard times, but what do they mean?  What is “the good” that God is working for in our lives?  It may not be what you think. Learn more about Romans 8:28 NIV at Victory Lutheran Church this Sunday, July 30, 2017.

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 23, 2017 – Romans 8:18

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 23, 2017 – Romans 8:18

Suffering is relative.  What we endure on a daily basis is nothing compared to that of a starving child in Africa, but that fact doesn’t necessarily make us feel any better.  Stress and strain, worry and pain wear us down.  But God promises joy.  Perfect and eternal joy that give us hope right now in the midst of our suffering. Learn more about Romans 8:18 NIV this Sunday, July 23, 2017 at Victory Lutheran Church.

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 16, 2017 – Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

Sunday Service Sneak Peek for July 16, 2017 – Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

The Bible is unlike any other book. It is inspired by God, and was recorded by humans. Since it is God’s Word, it is powerful and efficacious.  In other words, it does what it says.  That’s great news for you and me as we face the ups and downs of daily life. In a world full of lies, God always does what He says. Find out more about Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 NIV at Victory Lutheran Church on Sunday, July 16, 2017.