Luke and Amanda Baublet share their desire to go deep in discipleship with their friends and neighbors, bringing the light of the gospel to the people of Berlin, a city that has been called “the atheist capital of the world.”
After being raised and married in the Mormon church, Chris and Alyson Pray began attending The Village with a friend. Through many conversations and studying Scripture, they realized that God was pulling them out of darkness and constantly putting light in front of them.
Ivuoma shares about struggling with loneliness and finding community by serving in Little Village and co-leading a Home Group, and she emphasizes the importance of Christian women leading other women and encouraging one another.
To celebrate The Village Church Denton’s 1-year anniversary, Pastor Beau Hughes talks about the first year of ministry as an autonomous church in Denton and how the church has flourished in taking ownership and responsibility for what God has called them to.
In the midst of sin that broke their whole world, God led the Youngs to reconciliation and healing. The Lord then walked with them when Jill was diagnosed with breast cancer, and they continue to proclaim His faithfulness.
As a new believer, John shied away from his Home Group, scared to share sin and thinking he might be rejected. Through his Home Group leader’s faithful pursuit, he returned to the group and opened up to his community.
After an early diagnosis of Trisomy 18, Ben and Ashley knew their son Thomas’ chances of survival were slim. Even in the face of heartbreaking loss, they continued to declare the love of God.
Whether it’s designing a building or backing a film, Raymond Harris sees all his work as opportunities for ministry. He and his wife steward their business ventures—big and small—for the sake of the gospel.
A team from The Village attended the 2016 Evangelicals for Life Conference and March for Life in Washington, D.C, as thousands of people championed the pro-life movement and gave a voice to the voiceless.