A heavenly calling to ministry

The Big Question | Part 1

When Jon Hansen was asked why he does what he does, he was prompted to give deeper thought to his calling to ministry. Learn what he discovered in this two-part series.
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What Is Village Missions, Part 4 | The Unknown Mission Field

As Makenzie explored the Village Missions webpage and a potential new job, she stumbled upon a new-to-her concept: the unknown mission field.
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Standing Together in Rural Ministry

Standing Together in Rural Ministry

When tragedy struck the Valleyford community, Village Missionaries Don & Gaylene Manning rushed to help. They knew the value of standing together in rural ministry.
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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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From Texas to Oregon: Makenzie's journey

Following God from Texas to Oregon

Makenzie was a Texas resident with no idea of the need for the gospel in rural areas. As our new Stewardship Assistant, she is making discoveries and sharing them with you in her monthly blog posts.
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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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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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Four R's to Enhance Ministry Time

A Compass for Ministry Time

The challenging nature of ministry necessitates regular time of rest and refreshment. Jon Hansen discusses four “compass points” that help to ensure that ministry time can be spent efficiently and productively.
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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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Village Missions has a legacy of rural ministry that reaches back to 1948

A Legacy of Rural Ministry

75 years is a long time. Here at Village Missions, we’ve been reaching out to rural communities since 1948. It’s a rich heritage, a legacy of rural ministry that we will continue into the future.
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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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