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  • I AM: The Light – 8.12.18 – Pastor Kassebaum

    We know some of you may like to brag on your grandchildren, so if you have a picture you would like to share before services the weekend of September 8/9, please email it to Eileen Hernandez, ehernandez@victorylutheran.com by August 15th.

    Victory Crismon campus is looking for volunteers to commit to helping for the first semester at Leading Edge Academy on Fridays, 9:30-11:30am beginning August 24th. If you are available, please contact the office.

    We meet each Saturday at 8:00am in the Fireside Room. During the summer we are studying the books of 1 John, 2 John and 3 John.

    You may pick up your copy at the Welcome Center for $5.00 or during business hours Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm. (Cash or check only)

    Help us keep our records updated. If you are new to Victory or have a new address, phone or email please let Kathy Michel know at 480-830-5024 xt. 13 or email kmichel@victorylutheran.com.

    Did you know? Victory sends out a weekly email on Thursdays that includes news for the upcoming week and a link to our digital Newsletter once a month. If you would like to be included in our emails, please send your request to: ehernandez@victorylutheran.com

    Using the first tablet of Azithromycin reduced the symptoms of sinusitis but I had severe gastrointestinal convulsions and diarrhea on the first day. I got better after taking a tablet with chamomile tea and breadcrumbs which facilitated intestinal cramps.

    Nursery services are available for children 4 and younger during the 8:00am and 9:30am worship services. Children’s bulletins are available at the Welcome Center. Activity bags are located in the lobby as you enter services. Children’s books available in the Nursery for use during services.

    Receive inspirational Bible verses each morning! Simply text the word “victory” to 41411

  • Letter from the Pastor

    July 2018

    Pastor Larry Kassebaum

    “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.”  Galatians 5:1

    For me, the highlight of July has always been Independence Day. Like many, my earliest interests were associated with fireworks, time off from work and my grandfather’s commitment to have corn-on-the-cob by the 4th. I had to grow a little older and become better educated to begin to fully appreciate the gift of freedom, individual rights and a democratic government. Now on Independence Day, I still enjoy the fireworks, but I’m also moved to give thanks to God for our nation’s blessings and I remember with gratitude the men and women who made the sacrifices necessary to secure and preserve our nation’s rights and freedom.

    The key word to remember as we celebrate our nation’s anniversary, is sacrifice. We enjoy the life we do today in America because of the sacrifice of others.  We enjoy the forgiveness of sins, peace and the hope of eternal life because of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. We wouldn’t have much to celebrate without these sacrifices. But what does the future hold? Will future generations be able to celebrate as Christians and Americans? The answer is probably, “no” unless we also continue to make the necessary sacrifices. It is impossible to build a great nation, family or church if everyone thinks only of themselves.

    The reason we give and serve in the church is similar to the following sentiment related to fatherhood. “A father is a person who goes to war sometimes … and would run the other way except that war is part of his only important job in life, (which is making the world better for his child(ren) than it has been for him).”

    As Christians, we are also given the challenge and invitation to make the world a better place for those who will come after us. As you celebrate our nation’s birthday this year, I hope you’ll also continue to intentionally look for ways to use what you have, whether that be finances, volunteer time, expertise, etc. to faithfully serve God in all that you do.  Have a blessed July!

    Grace & Peace,

    Pastor Larry Kassebaum

  • Sunday Movie Matinee

    Come and enjoy a free movie the first Sunday of the month. Free Popcorn. Soda and candy available for purchase.

    No better way to beat the heat than with a little food and fellowship! Please join us at 11:00am for an indoor church picnic! The church will provide grilled hamburgers and hotdogs, as well as drinks. We are asking you to bring a salad, desert or another side that would go well at a picnic. We will enjoy lunch at 11:00am with the Sunday Movie Matinee, “Born to Win,” moved up to 12:00pm (for August only).

    “BORN TO WIN” – SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 12:00PM*
    Based on the true story of Leon Terblanche, who found himself confronted with the question: “Where is God?” This sets him on a journey where he discovers that he has never been alone through all the hurt and brokenness of his past. He learns that no matter how broken you are, God is always our only living hope. Born to Win shows how God turns the hurt, frustration & emptiness of a man into hope, faith & victory to inspire many to be the winners they were born to be. From the producer of Faith like Potatoes. If you liked Faith like Potatoes then you will also enjoy Born to Win.



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    5946 E. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85205

    (480) 830-5024

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