March 28, 2017
Paskenta Flournoy Bible Church was losing hope. The church had no pastor, and the community had no other church. Then, someone remembered Village Missions.
February 9, 2017
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.
Posted In: Bulletin Inserts
November 1, 2016
The youth group at Pine Valley Community Church worked in unusual circumstances and demonstrated the power of a country church to reach unremembered places.
December 18, 2008
We often receive wonderful notes in the office. One such note made me think of the story of the poor widow in Luke 21:1-4. Dear Brian, I’m writing to thank you for sending “Country Matters.” I love the stories–you see, my little country church was closed for many years until Pastor Paul and Mary Lou […]
September 9, 2008
Remarkable results have occurred over the sixty years that Village Missions has served the Lord. I can’t help but believe that God has gathered this small band of faithful men and women to continue to do remarkable and unexpected exploits in the spiritually darkening countries of the United States and Canada.
July 31, 2008
This “gut check” also causes me to examine whether I am fully convinced that God has more for Village Missions to do. The next years will be difficult years for us. As director, will I have the “courage, character, or determination” to do what needs to be done? It will be a “gut check” for all who say they believe in keeping country churches alive, requiring much more “courage, character, and determination” than in years past. It will require people to pray earnestly and give sacrificially.