During COVID-19, hospitality can go on! Here are some ideas and ways to show God’s love with another in this time.
These days are revealing. They reveal our fears and idols— reveal our character, and that of our community and civic leaders.
We find the strength to truly forgive when we press more and more into the gospel truth of the forgiveness of sins that we’ve received through Jesus.
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.
Character transformation is only accomplished through gospel transformation. It is in a God informed identity that our core is recreated into His image.
Prayer is a key part in the life of a believer and yet it is something many believers struggle to understand, to do regularly or to experience in meaningful ways.
Pastor Aaron Lockhart wants you to consider what comes to mind when you hear the word “God”?
Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, November 1st. In addition to that, two congregations at Veritas are switching their Sunday gathering times.
At Veritas, we rehearse the rhythms of the Gospel each week through our liturgy. This reminds us that we are one even when we are scattered.
Welcome to the recap of the songs, hymns and readings of the Veritas worship gathering on March 1st, 2015 This week we continuing our series on the book of Acts! This Sunday’s message is titled “No Other Name” and the sermon text for this first week is Acts 4:1-22. This passage speaks to God… read more →