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.
Garrison Greene reflects on mission in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” Mission has become a part of our nature as followers of Jesus, woven into the fabric of everyday life. Here are some reminders on what it looks like to live in step with the gospel of grace and the great commission.
There has been a whirlwind of activity happening in Columbus. Check out this video to hear Pastor Nick Nye summarize what’s been going on and how we can continue serving our city.
Pastor Geoff Davis reflects on community in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” At the core of our Christian identity is reality that we are no longer orphans or strangers, but beloved children in God’s family.
Pastor Ryan Stanley reflects on God’s love in this devotional called “Summer Reflections.” His love is steadfast like the tide. Never taking a break.
Summer service is all about relationships. The community wants to know “Who is Veritas?” Let’s show them.
A lot of our work at She Has A Name happens behind the scenes. This particular initiative has been in the works for nearly two years.
Matt and Ashley Hamilton come to us with experience in emergency earthquake response for Nepal.
The Veritas West congregation celebrated these men who completed their thirteen month commitment to the refuge ministry’s residential living.
While is a blessing to allow parents to participate in worship gatherings, it is not the exclusive goal of Veritas Kids. It’s not about babysitting. It’s about gospel transformation.