Have you ever noticed how complicated the word “church” can be? You’ve probably noticed that the way churches are structured can look really different!
Throughout this year, we’ll be discussing why we believe our multi-congregational structure is the best way for us to carry out our mission to share the gospel and see lives changed throughout Columbus. Our first few pieces of content will start out broadly talking about church structures, then, closer to… read more →
But whether we get swept up with the merriments of the season or fight to find any good spirits through it all, we can easily miss the truly profound news that Christmas brings.
As a small boy I was spellbound by the night sky. Late one November evening, while staying at a friend’s cabin, tucked in the woods of Massachusetts, my friend and I stumbled through the dark pine trees and made our way to a wooden dock reaching out into the nearby… read more →
Based on Patrick Knable’s brief message on Reformation Sunday, 2017. At Veritas we have always valued church history so we want to celebrate an anniversary. Today is traditionally known as Reformation Sunday and you may be looking forward to Tuesday as Halloween, but October 31st is also Reformation Day. This… read more →
The word of God is not a magic formula for getting God to comply with your wishes, but is a really good way to submit your “best way” to His perfect way, being all the while transformed more and more into His character.
When Charles and I found out we were pregnant with Lawson, our two year old, I was terrified. The overwhelming and everlasting burden of parenting weighed on me. I became acutely aware of all my flaws and limitations as a person. I could not imagine how I was going to… read more →
Over the past 5 years Veritas Tri-Village has been blessed to call Barrington Elementary Home. It has been a great place for us to plant and become a church family.
We invite those of you who attend Veritas Short North to join us for a time of prayer every Sunday at 8:30 am and 10:30 am (30 minutes prior to each Worship Gathering) in the prayer room.
In February, I began to see tiny green points pushing through the soil in our backyard. I knew the unseasonably warm weather had coerced my tulips and daffodils up too early, and their fate would most likely be a frozen death.