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  • “The Meek” 4.22.18 – Pastor Kassebaum

    VLC FOUNDATION BOARD NOW ACCEPTING GRANT APPLICATIONS!
    – Ministries serving our Lord Jesus Christ
    – New and start-up ministries
    Pick up applications at VLC Office Monday-Thursday 8:00am-4:00pm OR download from our website by clicking the link below.
    If you have any questions or would like to make a donation to the Foundation, please call Kathy Michel at 480-830-5024.
    http://victorylutheran.com/vlc-foundation-board/

    FOOD BANK HOURS: MONDAY & WEDNESDAY, 9:00-11:30AM
    Leaving for the season and don’t know what to do with your non-perishable and unopened food? Bring it all to the Food Bank! Tell your friends and neighbors, too!

    ITEMS NEEDED FOR MISSION TRIP
    Victory’s mission team will be assembling 100 health kits to take to Africa. Currently, we need washcloths, toothbrushes and bars of soap. For the vertical farming program, we need old blue jeans and large suitcases to carry the supplies.  (Suitcases will stay in Africa.)

    LEAVING FOR THE SEASON?
    We want to be able to keep in touch while you are gone! Please stop by the Welcome Center to fill out an address form or email Kathy at: kmichel@victorylutheran.com.

    If you leave, but forward mail, please let us know so we do not mail envelopes or other bulk mail.

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  • Letter from the Pastor

    February 2018

    “TRUE LOVE”
    PASTOR LARRY KASSEBAUM

    This is a strange year in that Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day both fall on the same day. I don’t remember that ever happening before in my forty plus years of ministry. (I’m not saying it hasn’t happened but if it did I sure didn’t notice.)
    I love the imagery of those two events happening on the same day. Most of the world thinks Valentine’s Day celebrates the epitome of what true love is all about. But the reality is that no loving behavior between human beings can compare to the great sacrificial love exhibited by God’s Son, our Lord and Savior, who came from heaven to earth to suffer and die in our place and for our sake so that we might have life eternal.
    What is most remarkable about Jesus’ love for us is that He did His greatest work during the last week of His earthly life and even more so after His death. What a model for our lives!
    This Lenten season, I hope you will continue to thank, praise, serve and obey God because of the sacrifice Christ made for you. I also hope you will carefully consider what you might accomplish if you also make plans to share true love as your earthly life ends and also have a strategy to bless others even after your life on this earth has ended. As you will see in the adjacent article, Victory is going to offer you some valuable resources to ensure that you leave your loved ones a powerful and lasting legacy.
    I look forward to seeing all of you on Ash Wednesday and at the other Wednesday Lenten services. But I also hope you’ll plan on attending one of the two B.I.B.L.E. Study events we have planned for February 25 @ 3:00pm and February 26 @ 6:00pm. The Lenten Services will bless you, the B.I.B.L.E. Study sessions will show you incredible ways to bless others.

    Grace & Peace,
    Pastor Larry Kassebaum

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