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Designed for Relationships

Designed for Relationships

We’ve all heard the saying, “No man is an island”. Recent events and seasons have solidified the importance of relationships to our well-being. The weight and value our family and friends bring to our lives can never be replaced by any material thing or achievement. Truly, we are designed for relationships. 

The ability to gather together, share a meal, and encourage one another reminds us that we are designed to connect, build, and grow with others. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit living together in perfect harmony reflect the kind of relationships God wants us to enjoy in this life.

Let’s discover the power of relationships as we walk in God’s purpose. Join us in the next four weeks as we learn more about these topics:

  • Week 1: Dynamics of Relationship within the Trinity
  • Week 2: Follow Jesus
  • Week 3: Fellowship with Others
  • Week 4: Fish for Men

Together, let’s be empowered to make disciples and make God known in our campuses, communities, and nation. We hope to see you on March 25 for our Discipleship Conference 2023. Click here to know more.

Download Victory group materials about this series from the Victory Groups app through this link

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Life Together

Life Together

Relationships are important. God created us to be in relationships, and He works in our lives through them. Our relationships at home, at work, and with our communities are far from perfect. But God, in His divine wisdom, provided a blueprint in how we are to relate with others: in submission and reverence to Christ (Ephesians 5:21).

Despite the physical distance, we can still build strong relationships with those around us. And this is possible through our relationship with Christ, which affects the way we treat and relate with others. Because of Christ, we can experience lasting, thriving, and fulfilling relationships, where we do and share life together.

For the next three weeks, we will be looking at Paul’s letter to the Ephesians to know how our relationship with Christ helps us relate with others the way God intended. Join us as we learn more about these topics for our upcoming series:

  • Week 1: Husband and Wife (June 13)
  • Week 2: Parents and Children (June 20)
  • Week 3: Employer and Employees (June 27)

Let us continue to pray and fight for our relationships, and spur one another to grow in our relationship with Christ and with each other! 

You may join us in our weekend worship services by checking the schedules here or visiting your Victory location’s Facebook page.

How to Find the Time For Your Teenager

How to Find the Time For Your Teenager

“We may have our own dreams and goals for our teenagers, but God has instilled in them His plans and calling.”

Speaking to parents of teenagers, Pastor Joey Bonifacio encourages moms and dads to see their kids from God’s perspective. Check out his blog post!