The team’s main task is to explore existing ministries on the ground with the aim of identifying those that Veritas can work with long-term. In addition to providing immediate relief to physical and other needs to refugees, Veritas wants to be a part of that far-reaching, long-lasting work of making disciples who will make disciples. Pray that the team will be guided to a ministry with this same vision, and that together we can accomplish this task.
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.
Our volunteers get to the building hours early to set up a full worship band and enough curtains and coffee equipment to welcome over 250 people, along with an excellent kids space where we shepherd over 70 kids to love and follow Jesus. As exhausting as it can be to set up and tear down every week, it is beautiful to see a church family where the norm has become for people to serve and not just consume.
God is changing mens’ lives through the Refuge Minstry, a disciple-making program that gives former addicts a knowledge of their true identity in Christ. They have been delivered from addiction into a life with God.
A team of people from Veritas flew to Nepal in early October for a ten day vision trip in Nepal to minister and experience the culture. Here are photos and reflections from the trip so far.
“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.
God has given Caleb Williams a vision and a desire to make disciples of highschool-aged, men and women in the Hilltop area.
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.
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.