The Village Church became a vital source of community for the Creeds when Rachel was diagnosed with a brain tumor while pregnant. Still seeking treatment, but with a healthy baby boy, they are hoping in Christ for the future.
Clayton didn’t grow up in a Christian home, but he still knew in his heart that he wasn’t living rightly. Through a cousin faithfully sharing the gospel, Clayton became a believer and now has his hope rooted in Christ.
Transform is a gospel-centered service event at our Dallas Northway campus. We come alongside teachers and families to provide essentials for the new school year and engage our community with the gospel.
John’s selfish decisions led to worldly success but also to divorce and addictions that crushed him until he totally surrendered to Jesus. God offered His amazing reconciliation, and John now faithfully serves the Lord who put him back together.
Shelley Lytle experienced numerous health issues throughout high school and onward, but she held fast to God’s goodness. Even after a radical brain surgery, Shelley counts it all joy and believes God is doing good in her for His glory.
After years of prayer and discussion, the Lord led the elders of The Village Church, namely campus pastor Beau Hughes, and the members of the Denton campus to transition the campus into a local, autonomous church.
Being so young themselves, receiving full custodial rights to a teenager brought drastic change to both Murphy and Kalah’s lives. But the opportunity to leverage their influence and share the love of Christ has been well worth the challenge.
After years of chasing success and receiving little true fulfillment, Lauren made a decision that would forever change her life. It is now Lauren's belief in God's purpose for her life that gives her confidence and hope for the future.
In light of their sorrow due to the loss of their son, Tedashii and Danielle Anderson dealt with their suffering in vastly different ways. But they both found comfort in God’s goodness and their ultimate hope in Christ.