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 Disciples in Rural America

Making Disciples in Rural America

The rural church offers the perfect environment for discipleship. As District Representative Richard Hayes discusses, our Village Missionaries are making disciples in rural America.
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Finding New Missionaries for Rural America

How did a school teacher and a bus driver from Montana wind up pastoring a small church in eastern Colorado? Discover the answer when you read this story of how Jon Hansen found new missionaries for rural America.
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Ministry in rural America is a hard calling, but well worth it

Ministry in Rural America: A Hard Calling

Ministry in rural America can be a hard calling. Greg Petrie discusses not only what makes the work difficult, but what makes it all worthwhile.
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Churches Without Hope

Tim Griffiths describes seeing church buildings relegated to museums. You might see churches without hope, but he sees something different.
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Rural Ministers need the gift of listening

The Gift Rural Ministers Need Most

Many people wonder, what are skills and abilities needed for effective rural ministry? Here, Greg Petrie explores one very important, necessary skill.
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The Country Church: Serving Unique Needs

Each country church is found in a unique community, and the pastors who serve them have specific. Village Missions meets the needs of both.
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A Drive-Thru Town: Why This Rural Community Needs Help

Paskenta Flournoy Bible Church was losing hope. The church had no pastor, and the community had no other church. Then, someone remembered Village Missions.
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This local church needed help

Local Church Is The Only Church in Town

Paskenta Flournoy Bible Church was losing hope. The church had no pastor, and the community had no other church. Then, someone remembered Village Missions.
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An Approach That Transcends Culture

When I began this series on Village Missions’ gut check four months ago, many troubling signs existed in the economy, yet few realized that an economic collapse was coming.¬† It appears our country and perhaps Canada is headed toward a severe recession.¬† Individual Village Missionaries will experience a severe decline in their retirement savings. ¬†Families […]
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