Shepherding the Suffering: Looking back at the Freeman High School Shooting

Shepherding the Suffering: Looking Back at the Freeman High School Shooting

The Freeman High School shooting shocked a community–but they discovered that they were Freeman Strong. Find out how Village Missionaries played a part.
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Remembering the Rancho Tehama Shooting

One Year Later: Remembering the Rancho Tehama Shooting

One year ago, the Rancho Tehama Shooting devastated the community–and beyond. Now, we reflect on how Rancho Tehama Community Church was able to help the community begin the path to recovery.
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CDI Is more than just a Bible Study

CDI: More Than A Bible Study

The people of the Community Church of Hokah found more than just a Bible study when they discovered the Contenders Discipleship Initiative. Together, they grew their faith in Jesus, learned about His Word, and built community together.
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God's Plan for Ministry

God’s Plan for Ministry

Nathan Walters sensed God had something more for him, but didn’t know what it was. When he discovered God’s plan for ministry in his life, it made all the difference.
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Practical Training for Ministry

CDI: Practical Training for Ministry

Village Missions’ CDI provides practical training for ministry. This training comes without cost and integrates intense study with internship.
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Refreshment for Missionaries: The Ministry of Staff Conference

Missionaries face challenges that can bring discouragement. Our staff conferences bring refreshment for missionaries, preparing them to return to their communities.
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Discovering Family in Rural Ministry

Discovering Family in Rural Ministry

Jon & Deb Hansen discovered their need for staff conference while Village Missionaries. Now, part of their job as District Representatives is holding staff conference, helping other Village Missionaries discover family in rural ministry.
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Staff Conferences: Equipping Missionary Kids

Emily’s Story: Equipping Missionary Kids

Staff conference brings renewal, encouragement, strengthening, and training to our Village Missionaries–and it has benefits for their kids, too! Emily’s story shows how conference is equipping missionary kids.
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One Church: A Legacy of Relationship

Each Village Missionary serves one church, one community. Tom and Amy Gardner are one such Village Missionary couple. Here’s the story of how they are building relationships and making a difference in their community.
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A Legacy of Provision in Ministry

Gil and Trish Doebler started their career with Village Missions over 45 years ago. All they knew was that they wanted to help rural churches. Four decades later, they look back on a legacy of God’s provision in ministry.
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The Canady family left a continuing legacy with Village Missions

A Family Legacy: The Canady Story

The Canady family legacy begin in the 1950s and continues to present day. Find out how one man was burdened with the need for the gospel in rural America, and how future generations were changed.
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The Perfect Training for Rural Ministry

The Stansels served in the U.S. military before becoming Village Missionaries. Looking back, they can see how their experiences provided the perfect training for rural ministry.
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