By Josie Gresh. Prioritizing corporate worship, even when the only place to gather is online, demonstrates to our children a high and holy view of the local church and shapes their identities as God-worshipers.
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 →
There is a whole team of volunteers who, because they are transformed by the gospel, signed up to minister to and love the children at Veritas.
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.
When we live in light of God’s mission, we see what God is already doing and how we get to join Him. That reality struck a chord with me with what God’s doing at the Tri-Village congregation. Each week we have about twenty-five to thirty-five percent kids under ten years… read more →
1. Veritas Kids is all about Jesus Veritas Kids exists to see the lives of children transformed by the Gospel. Our vision is for your kids to intimately know Jesus. Everything we do is centered on that. Each interaction we have with your children, every lesson we teach, every policy… read more →