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Volunteer Highlight | Larry and Sylvia Anspach

  Larry and Sylvia have been serving faithfully in many areas at Veritas since they first started attending. From Veritas Kids to Adult Ministry, and now their recent involvement with Steps, a gospel-centered discipleship program with the goal of helping people...

Rhythms | Rest

  Looking at my current situation, I find myself stressed and fatigued from all that is going on, both in my personal life and in our world. I know that I need to turn these burdens to God and trust Him to use them to refine me and give Him glory. Instead, I find...

Rhythms | Confession

  Confession is rooted in the gospel. The definition of confession can be broken into two parts. The first half of the definition is “admission, especially of guilt or sin”. The second part states that “to confess” can mean to agree, to promise, or to admit...
Volunteer Highlight | Larry and Sylvia Anspach

Volunteer Highlight | Larry and Sylvia Anspach

  Larry and Sylvia have been serving faithfully in many areas at Veritas since they first started attending. From Veritas Kids to Adult Ministry, and now their recent involvement with Steps, a gospel-centered discipleship program with the goal of helping people...

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Rhythms | Rest

Rhythms | Rest

  Looking at my current situation, I find myself stressed and fatigued from all that is going on, both in my personal life and in our world. I know that I need to turn these burdens to God and trust Him to use them to refine me and give Him glory. Instead, I find...

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Rhythms | Confession

Rhythms | Confession

  Confession is rooted in the gospel. The definition of confession can be broken into two parts. The first half of the definition is “admission, especially of guilt or sin”. The second part states that “to confess” can mean to agree, to promise, or to admit...

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Rhythms | Prayer

Rhythms | Prayer

  My heart aches for God to do great things in our midst, to be glorified in our land and to change the circumstances of our broken world. What might it look like if God did these things? How would it feel to experience the fullness of life as he intended it?...

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Romans 8 Kickoff

Romans 8 Kickoff

 There is no doubt that these have been some crazy days! The lockdowns. The social distancing. The spread of a virus. The isolation. The politicizing. The tensions. The consumption of way too much news. In some cases, fighting fear and worry. In other cases,...

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For This Child I Prayed

For This Child I Prayed

  I belong to a club. It’s the kind of club you’d never voluntarily sign up for. Although you’re privy to its membership right away, somehow you are drawn into meeting other members of this club and there’s an instant bond. They each have a story like mine. One...

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In His Steps

In His Steps

  We know very little about Jesus’ childhood or young manhood. Just this… When Jesus was twelve years of age, Joseph and Mary were headed back to Nazareth from the Passover celebration in Jerusalem. They must have assumed Jesus was hanging out with relatives in...

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A Legacy of Faith

A Legacy of Faith

  Every parent, Christian or not, who loves their children wants the best for them. They sacrifice to give their children a good life. They work hard to provide food and shelter. Sometimes, they need to seek help from outside of themselves, and they swallow their...

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Chris Henely Staff Introduction

Chris Henely Staff Introduction

  I'm so excited to be able to introduce Chris Henely to you. Chris is joining our team as the worship director, and will be giving leadership to our worship ministry at Veritas. I've been able to work with Chris over the past couple of weeks, and he's really...

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Jehovah Sabaoth – Lord of Hosts

Jehovah Sabaoth – Lord of Hosts

  Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you felt helpless and out of control? I remember feeling that way multiple times in high school:There was the time I was pulled off my chair, onto the floor, and proceeded to get hit in the face.One time I was...

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Jehovah Raah, the Lord my Shepherd

Jehovah Raah, the Lord my Shepherd

  Unemployment on the rise as the stock market tanks. Bare shelves in grocery stores. Banks closing their doors. Sound familiar? The Great Depression that started in 1929 and lasted through the 1930’s was life changing in our nation. In a similar way, this...

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Jehovah Jireh, the Lord is My Provision

Jehovah Jireh, the Lord is My Provision

  As a kid, some of my favorite memories are when my mom would come home from a massive grocery store run. I hated bringing all the groceries in and helping put them in their proper places, but I loved the new bounty of goodness that would soon fill my belly! I...

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Jehovah Nissi, the Lord is My Banner

Jehovah Nissi, the Lord is My Banner

  Exodus 17 tells the story of a battle between Israel and the Amalekites. God has Moses stand on a hill overlooking the battlefield, holding the staff of God above his head. “Whenever Moses held up his hand, Israel prevailed; and whenever he lowered his hand,...

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Jehovah Shalom, the Lord is Peace

Jehovah Shalom, the Lord is Peace

  In August 2013 I climbed my first big hill by bicycle. The peak, Mt. Josephine, is located in the Sawtooth Mountains on scenic Highway 61 in the northeastern corner of Minnesota, about 5 miles from the Canadian border. It was a steep 1000 feet of elevation...

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Jehovah Rapha, the Lord who heals

Jehovah Rapha, the Lord who heals

  I remember the pressure Marcy and I felt when it came to naming our first child.  How we landed on Moses is a story for another time, but there is meaning behind a name. A name says something about the person it belongs to. As the Scriptures seek to teach us...

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A Passion for Disciple-Making

A Passion for Disciple-Making

  If the whole world needs Jesus, then we must share the gospel, God’s good news! Keeping it to ourselves is criminal. If you knew the cure for cancer or Alzheimer’s and didn’t share it, that would be criminal. As followers of Jesus, we have something far greater...

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Salt Network Update

Salt Network Update

  Veritas is part of a family of churches called The Salt Network. Our vision as a network is to plant churches that intentionally reach college and university students at every major university in North America—over 400 in all! By God’s grace, we’re aiming to...

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Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part four

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part four

  This is our last week in our blog series on race and Christianity. Hopefully the content that we’ve put in front of you the past three weeks has been inspiring, informative, convicting, and yes, hope giving.  There’s no doubt that we live in a very divided...

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Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part three

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part three

  This is our third week in our blog series on race and Christianity. As a church we want to be better informed about a deep sin issue that has stained our history and continues to exist today. In this series we wanted to put some good content in front of you to...

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Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part two

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part two

  Today is part two of our blog series on race and Christianity. Our history has been deeply stained by racism. It’s a sin issue of our past and the present and it’s on us to develop a better understanding of its roots and repercussions. Our goal through this...

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