Over the past year and a half, we’ve seen God do an incredible stirring of raising up that passion within our people, a greater and deeper sense of going to the nations and preaching the gospel to the lost cross-culturally.
Both ease and disaster would befall us if we simply casted lots when installing leadership. Thankfully, the Holy Spirit has come and we do not need to resort to such a gamble.
What the church does as it gathers to worship is known as a liturgy. Liturgy simply means ’the work of the people’; it’s what the people do or accomplish together as they gather.
For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven… read more →
Written by Joe Liu, a member of Veritas who’s involved with the Student Ministry and Missio Veritas. Originally posted at missioveritas.com Here at Veritas, we recently had the special privilege of celebrating the stories of God’s people and our redeemer through baptisms and the preaching of Genesis 1:26-31. Stories have… read more →
By Kelly Lash The past 2 weeks at Veritas have been really informative as we’ve been looking into Genesis chapter one. If you’re like me, it can be really easy to get sucked into all the theoretical implications of creation without actually thinking about what this means for our lives.… read more →
By Megan Blum (Megan and her husband, Chris, lead the prayer ministry at the Short North Congregation) This morning I opened my Bible to read before starting my day, and heard the Lord speak a beautiful word… What’s the purpose of reading Scripture? Are we seeking to gain knowledge and… read more →
By Ryan Stanley, Pastor of Community Life at Veritas Community Church. Originally posted on Pastor Ryan’s blog – reverbgrace.com There are many people out there that know the bible way better than I do. I am often left realizing I need to head back to 1&2 Kings (for instance) to… read more →