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Welcome our new church in Bataan: Victory Limay!

We are launching our newest church plant, located in the historical province of Bataan. Please welcome Victory Limay!

This fresh church plant started with a ONE 2 ONE meeting in one of the business establishments in the city. From there, a Victory group composed of the company’s employees began meeting regularly, and they grew in number as the months progressed.

The church held its first weekly service in April 2015, at one of the company’s boardrooms! More and more people got wind of the weekly services, so much so that even non-employees would come and attend.

That same year, students began to meet in groups at the Limay Polytechnic College. During the eight weeks that they met, the students became discipled, led their own Victory groups, and eventually became part of the team of volunteers helping establish the church.

Because of the growing number of people joining our church plant, we moved to a bigger location, which is now where Victory Limay currently meets.

On Sunday, December 4, join us as we officially launch Victory Limay! Services will be held every Sunday, 2 PM, at Aguinaldo St., Brgy. Bo. Luz/Kitang 2, in Limay.

Please continue to stand with us in prayer—for greater growth, not just in numbers, but in each church member’s walk with God! We are in faith that as we reach out to more students, employees, and families, more and more lives will be transformed by the saving power of Jesus Christ.

If you have family or friends in the area, invite them to our newest church plant in Bataan—Victory Limay!

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Victory to Establish Eight More Churches Before 2016 Ends

talaveraWe are excited to announce the upcoming Victory church plants for the rest of the year! Eight more church plants are set to be established throughout the Philippines before 2016 ends.

Please stand in prayer with us as we prepare to honor God and make disciples in:

  • Talavera, Nueva Ecija – officially launched on September 18, Sunday
  • Tabuk, Kalinga – will officially launch on September 25, Sunday
  • Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya – will officially launch on October 16, Sunday
  • Bangued, Abra – will officially launch on November 20, Sunday
  • Candon, Ilocos Sur – will officially launch on November 27, Sunday
  • Limay, Bataan – will officially launch on December 4, Sunday
  • Candelaria, Quezon – will officially launch on December 11, Sunday
  • Apalit, Pampanga – will officially launch on December 18, Sunday

Let us intercede for the leaders and volunteers of these church plants as they prepare for their grand launch in the coming days. We are in faith that God will use these church plants to reach out to more people in various areas of the Philippines. If you have friends and family in these areas, tell them about our upcoming Victory churches! See you there!

Welcome, Victory General Mariano Alvarez!

Join us this Sunday as we launch our 75th Victory church plant: Victory Gen. Mariano Alvarez!

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From its humble beginnings as one initial Victory group that met here in June of 2015, our community has grown to 15 Victory groups that now meet in commercial establishments and campuses—specifically, the University of Perpetual Help.

“We started a monthly gathering in the University of Perpetual Help,” says Arnel Gallardo, our lead pastor in this church plant, “with an average of 120 attendees. More than 25 Victory groups and Victory group leaders were raised from those monthly meetings.”

Indeed, we make it a point to reach the campuses of the cities where we plant churches, so we can train and empower the next generation of leaders to make disciples.

Soon enough, our church plant steadily grew, and began holding worship services in Portal Mall. We are expectant and excited for more families, campuses, and businesses to be reached with the gospel.

Join us this Sunday, August 7, at 10 AM, at the Arena, in Portal Mall, for the grand launch of Victory Gen. Mariano Alvarez! Invite your family and friends!

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Victory Launches New Carmona Church

Last June 12, Sunday, we witnessed the grand launch of a new church plant in the province of Cavite: Victory Carmona.

Our 74th Victory provincial church officially launched on the third floor of the 88 Building, located in Barangay Maduya, Carmona. It will have its regular weekly services every Sunday at 10:30 am.

Scouting for the church’s venue began last year with the team of Pastor Noel Bibat at its helm. By God’s grace, they were able to secure a location last June 2015. Conveniently located along the busy thoroughfare of Governor’s Drive, the 88 Building is accessible and easily identifiable to many Carmona residents. Restaurants, banks, shops, and service centers can be found in the building, attracting a lot of customers and passersby to the venue. Because of its easily identifiable location and the numerous establishments in the area, Victory Carmona is situated at a place that makes it easy to engage and invite people to the church.

Let us continue to pray for open doors and open hearts, so that more disciples and leaders will be raised for God’s glory. Together, let us intercede for this new church plant’s leadership team, volunteers and staff as they continue to advance God’s kingdom in this part of the Philippines.

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Victory Provincial Churches National Summit held

National Summit 2016Last June 16, we welcomed Victory church planters, senior pastors, and their wives to the Every Nation Building Phase 2 Function Hall for the Victory Provincial Churches’ National Summit 2016.

This annual event is a highly anticipated opportunity for our pastors and staff to strengthen mission alignment and promote relational unity among the leaders of our provincial churches.

At this year’s summit, Victory founding pastor Steve Murrell talked about mission alignment, which refers to the way the provincial churches embrace and serve towards the Every Nation mission, specifically church planting, campus ministry, and world missions.

Pastor Steve MurrellPastor Gilbert Foliente then talked about relational unity, which refers to the way we make every effort to maintain unity as we serve together, intentionally working to build healthy, long-term relationships that result in synergy and greater collaboration.

The summit also aimed to clarify the key priorities of the churches, and to reinforce the church planting process in our leaders, which Pastor Jon Naron talked about.

As we plant more churches in the provinces, let us pray that more people in these places would come to know Jesus and grow deeper in their relationships with Him. Together, let us believe God for open doors to families, campuses, and businesses, so that more Filipinos in the provincial areas would come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.