Christian bikers made a difference in Starbuck, WA

When Bikers Came to Starbuck

This bulletin insert tells how God used Christian bikers to show His care for His people in the community of Starbuck, Washington.
building on a new foundation

A Father’s Day Story: Building On A New Foundation

In our Father’s Day bulletin insert, Village Missionary Mike MacWhinnie remembers his father and how the foundation they were building upon changed.

When You’re Not Mom Enough

If you’ve been wrestling with the concept of being enough, take a moment to read this bulletin insert, written by Village Missionary wife Katie Walker. She shares about her own struggles in motherhood and comes to a relevant conclusion.
The Next Step: A Second Career With Village Missions

The Next Step: A Second Career As A Village Missionary

Fred had a successful life-but felt that something was missing. Find out what happened when he took the next step, and began a second career.
Rural Churches play a part in shaping and molding lives.

Rural Churches: Shaping & Molding Lives

Village Missionary wife Jani Carney shares how God used rural churches in her life, and how, years later, that impact continues.
A cowboy pastor meets his rural community where it is.

Cowboy Pastor: Love Is The Glue

Village Missionary Nathan Mudd finds that some of his “greatest preaching” is done in cowboy boots…and not always from the pulpit. As this cowboy pastor serves his rural community, he shows Christ’s love to them in the ways they understand best.
Alarms & Cocoons

Alarms & Cocoons

This “throwback” article was written almost twenty-five years ago; it description of the struggle to remain cocooned against the world is still relevant.
Aint Lit Up for No Reason (A Story of Christmas Lights)

Aint Lit Up for No Reason: A Story of Christmas Lights

When new Village Missionaries arrived, they put Christmas lights up around their house. They never dreamed what a difference these lights would make.
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