finding great joy

Finding Great Joy

Fred and Cinda Tribble hoped to enter the mission field someday, but found that door closed. Then God started putting challenging circumstances in their lives, and they began to wonder why.
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Investing in Small Churches

Why does Village Missions continue to invest resources in small churches that may never grow any larger? Read the story of a church with no town to claim and find out why.
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Making A Difference: New Village Missionaries at West Hoosick, NY

Why give to the Adopt A Church program? The story of JD & Katie Milton’s arrival in West Hoosick shows how new Village Missionaries are already making a difference in their community.
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Reaching the Community of Manton, CA

Outside the Church Walls: Reaching the Community of Manton, CA

Paul & Robin Crabtree believe reaching the community plays a vital part inf their ministry in Manton, California. Learn how they became an integral part of their community!
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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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Beyond the Church Walls: Community Outreach in Endicott, WA

Beyond the Church Walls: Community Outreach in Endicott, WA

Endicott Community Church exemplifies community outreach as it seeks to broaden their mission–serving beyond the church walls.
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Why serve in rural ministry?

Why Serve in Rural Ministry?

You might wonder, “Why serve in rural ministry?” Why not Africa, or the city? District Representative Greg Petrie shares a story of how God is working through Village Missionary Charlie Hargrove in his community.
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Importance of Staff Conference

The Importance of Staff Conference

As summer approaches, we’re looking at our Staff Conferences–why they are important and how they make a difference.
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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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Mark Canady shares first-hand knowledge of the neighborhood watch.

The Neighborhood Watch And Me

As a Village Missionary kid, Mark Canady remembers the neighborhood watch–and confesses to getting away with a crime! He shares with us experiences of living in a community where his neighbors were watching how he lived his life.
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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.
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Village Nomad: A District Representative’s Life

District Representative David Hernandez compares his work with being a nomad.
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