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Volunteer Highlight | Laura Suttles

  Laura Suttles has been serving with middle school students at Veritas for the past year, and has made a big impact in the lives of the students she gets to lead each week. The girls she leads have even helped her grow in her own faith. She's a very faithful...

2 Thessalonians Kick Off

  This coming Sunday, January 26th, we will be starting our new book study through 2 Thessalonians. This is a short three chapter book that we will be spending seven weeks in. The believers in Thessalonica were a religious minority facing violent persecution. In...

Enhancing Your Bible Reading

 “Keep pedaling! Keep pedaling! Don’t stop!” Those words sound familiar to anyone who has attempted to learn to ride a bike or helped someone else learn. Unfortunately, some kids stop pedaling because no one ever tells them that continuous pedaling keeps them...
Give me a drink of water

Give me a drink of water

   “Give me a drink of water.” That simple directive provides unexpected insight on how to bring unlikely groups of people together.The fourth chapter of John’s gospel tells us about Jesus’ encounter with a woman at a well in Samaria.  The request, "give me a...

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Intentionality

Intentionality

  When asked, the first of our answers was, “intentionality.”A question posed to the Veritas staff men, with whom I was having lunch, was, “What would it take for someone to name you (years from now) as a person who deeply impacted them...

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Volunteer Spotlight – Kaylee Hunt

Volunteer Spotlight – Kaylee Hunt

  Kaylee Hunt, one of our student ministry leaders, paints a picture of what it’s like to serve in Student Ministry week to week. She shares some of her experience, motivation, and why she believes it’s worth it to be invested in the lives of young people. How...

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Welcome, Jordan Howell!

Welcome, Jordan Howell!

  We've made a new staff hire we'd like to introduce you to. Jordan Howell recently joined the Salt Company staff as a men's leader to help disciple our college students. Read on to learn more about him.Tell us about your family.My wife, Ellie, and I have been...

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Worship Gathered

Worship Gathered

  “I rejoiced with those who said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the LORD.’” (Ps. 122:1 CSB)How often have you found yourself saying this very same thing? When Sunday morning rolls around, do you wake up with the same kind of excitement as the Psalmist? Or do...

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Family Worship

Family Worship

  It had been one of those days. You know the kind, parents. There were just a few little chores to do around the house that were really not going to kill anyone.  Yet the whining, the boneless legs, the defiance, the mom guilt - it was wearing on me. I tossed up...

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Worship Continual

Worship Continual

  We are all laborers. Whether you are a teacher, engineer, or in vocational ministry, we all labor in the fields God has placed us in. Each and every Sunday we practice the liturgy of the gathered assembly which includes the singing of scriptural truths, the...

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Finding the Lost

Finding the Lost

  I find it fascinating that the Son of God, the Son of Man, Jesus our Messiah taught primarily by story. The beautiful prose and teachings of the Beatitudes, are wrapped around earthy, pithy stories that landed the truths he wanted to convey. They were...

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Staff Interview – Teryn Anderson

Staff Interview – Teryn Anderson

  You may recognize most of our staff  because of their visibility and involvement in leading ministries in their various contexts, either from stage, discipling people one on one, or leading our church family through Launch Point. We wanted to take a second to...

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Dads Need Each Other

Dads Need Each Other

  In the summer of 2020, Promise Keepers officially relaunches their national men’s gatherings.   It’s been over 20 years since huge crowds of men would gather in sports arenas across America and listen to the best of preaching and sing “Amazing Grace” shoulder...

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Discipleship in the Summer

Discipleship in the Summer

  Summertime is finally here—assuming we survive all the rain—it will only get warmer, the grass will get longer, and basically we are free. Sure, the adults work, but there is no school schedule holding us back! With all of our “freedom” what does discipleship...

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Graduating Seniors

Graduating Seniors

  Parents, teachers, students, leaders, volunteers, and their family members all around the CR Metro Area are rejoicing because the school year is finally coming to a close!  For a little bit there I was worried we weren’t going to make it, given all of the...

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Volunteer Spotlight | Sarah Meyer

Volunteer Spotlight | Sarah Meyer

  Have you ever wondered what it's like to serve in Kids Ministry? This week we hear from one of our teachers, Sarah Meyer, who serves in the second grade room.  What made you want to serve in kids ministry?A desire to serve in kids ministry began when my kids...

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Resource Center Books

Resource Center Books

  One thing I love about being a student ministry leader here is helping to equip our leaders and parents to have spiritual and biblical conversations with their students. Having these conversations with kids, parents, friends, and co-workers is a difficult task...

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Hey, Mom, Jesus is Enough

Hey, Mom, Jesus is Enough

  Mother’s Day. So many emotions come from so many different places and experiences on this day. Mother’s Day is a hard day for me. Maybe it is for you, too. There are a lot of different reasons to dislike this Hallmark holiday. Maybe you have a difficult or...

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Parables Kickoff

Parables Kickoff

  Stories are powerful.  History has been passed down through stories.  Culture has been shaped through stories. Whether through a movie, a book, from mom or dad at bedtime, or sitting around a campfire with friends, we have been and continue to be shaped by...

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Evidence for the Resurrection

Evidence for the Resurrection

  The words of Paul are heart-stopping: “And if Christ has not been raised, then your faith is useless and you are still guilty of your sins…And if our hope in Christ is only for this life we are more to be pitied than anyone in the world.”(1 Cor. 15:17-19)Here...

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Contribute | Community

Contribute | Community

  Place matters. Matthew’s Gospel records that Jesus sat with tax collectors and sinners. Throughout the gospels we see a pattern of Jesus being in proximity and solidarity to the marginalized, the materially poor, the sick and diseased, the ethnic minority and...

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Contribute | Money

Contribute | Money

  Money…a word that has the ability to bring more emotions with it than a sports team, a relationship, or a middle schooler. Happiness, sadness, anger, guilt, shame, resentment, jealousy, envy, frustration, and more can creep into our emotional state when that...

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Contribute | World

Contribute | World

  God has given us one life to steward, so how shall we spend it? About 12 years ago my husband and I started to feel uneasy as we began to learn about something that would change us forever: God’s desire for the nations. Of course we knew that God loved the...

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