For these families, it’s less about doing good and more about pointing people to what God is doing with his church. Adoption retells the church’s redemption story, an ongoing drama about a God who welcomes the displaced into his family and fathers them as his own children. Here is a closer look at these families. The Andrades talk about the joys and challenges of fostering. The Martins use their transracial adoption experience to paint a picture of God’s church. The Scheutzows talk about infertility and God’s miraculous intervention.
Christopher Stollar on his book “The Black Lens,” Christians in the arts, and how Stollar’s profits will benefit anti-human trafficking organizations like She Has A Name.
“We need a deep vision that transforms our city and flips the world upside down.” – Nick Nye, Lead Pastor of Veritas Community Church. This message is from a sermon preached on September 13th at the Short North Congregation by Lead Pastor Nick Nye.
Stephanie Wood is a mom of two boys and works a second full-time job in education and training at Nationwide Insurance. She is one of the few parents rocking it out in the kids ministry every week. I sat down with her and we talked about kids, parenting, and volunteering in the kids ministry.
On August 30th, Garrison Greene was ordained and commissioned by Veritas Community Church to plant a church in Dayton, OH.
Aaron Lockhart was installed as lead pastor of the Veritas East congregation on August 23rd.
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
Here are some classes that can be spiritually formational to you as you make learning a rhythm of your life.
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.