From October 7th – 17th you can be a part of our vision, as Veritas Tri-Village plans to visit Nepal and experience the work and culture firsthand.
On paper we call some of these people interns, but the word just isn’t enough. Inspired by a heart of service and a love for the church, these men and women have dedicated their time, energy, and talents to build up the church
Pastor Wes Thompson reflects on discipleship in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” Last Sunday evening, in the middle of the worship gathering, I stood in the back of the sanctuary wondering why I was a pastor.
We have begun our project of reconstructions. We have selected a Pokhari, village in Barpark, Gorkha which was also the epicenter of the earthquake.
Jeff Beisel reflects on the Bible in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” The bible is not a book of information to live the right and correct life. It’s not a how-to book on belonging to the moral crowd. The bible is literally God’s voice for us. God chose to reveal Himself in the form of the bible for everyone to experience Him.
This letter was released to Veritas Community Church members from Lead Pastor Nick Nye and the elder council at the beginning of July.
Pastor Wes Thompson talks about the drug epidemic in Ohio and how the local church can offer hope because of what Jesus has done. Thompson expounds on Refuge Coaching, where men from the church form intentional friendships with those in phase three of recovery at the Refuge. These men serve as financial and life coaches to offer support, resources, and advise.
Pastor Scott Hambrick reflects on grace in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” The grace that God gives transforms us so that we can offer that same grace to others. This means we should forgive others when they hurt us deeply, over and over.
From now on, Hari will be providing updates via this same blog regarding Veritas and Sojourn relief efforts. Funds have already begun to be channeled to Hari (the fruit of which you will see in his first post), and we hope in the future, to send teams which Hari will lead in this long-term work.
Rachel Herman wanted to do missions in India but circumstances threw her some curveballs. She was stuck in Ohio, asking herself “What do I do with my life?” She decided to make the best of her clean-slate summer and serve the kids who lived in the Milo Grogan neighborhood by the building where Veritas Short North gathers.