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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Rural pastors must keep first things first

Rural Pastors Must Keep First Things First

New year, new beginning. How can a rural pastor set priorities on time, affections, and commitments? A good look at our commission can help us keep first things first.
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An Angel’s Knock?

No one ever comes to the front door, but when Village Missionary Dan Kennedy answered a knock at that door, he made a startling discovery.
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Staff Conference: Encouragement for Missionaries

Staff Conference: Encouragement for Missionaries

Staff conference provides encouragement for missionaries, but isn’t the only benefit they gain. Learn more about how we encourage our missionaries!
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All or Nothing

District Representative Gil Doebler shares about a man who played an instrumental part in his life, and the story behind that man.
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building on a new foundation

A Father’s Day Story: Building On A New Foundation

In our Father’s Day bulletin insert, Village Missionary Mike MacWhinnie remembers his father and how the foundation they were building upon changed.
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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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Hear Mac’s Story of Faith in Christ

Many Village Missionaries had contact with Mac over the years, until finally he was ready to put his faith in Christ.
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Rural Churches play a part in shaping and molding lives.

Rural Churches: Shaping & Molding Lives

Village Missionary wife Jani Carney shares how God used rural churches in her life, and how, years later, that impact continues.
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Revitalizing the Local Church

Village Missions exists to revitalize the local church in rural areas. This story about Village Missionaries Brenden & Helena Peters shows how.
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Aint Lit Up for No Reason (A Story of Christmas Lights)

Aint Lit Up for No Reason: A Story of Christmas Lights

When new Village Missionaries arrived, they put Christmas lights up around their house. They never dreamed what a difference these lights would make.
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The Potential of Rural Ministry: Starbuck versus Starbucks

Rural ministry has huge potential. The relationship building that can occur in rural ministry will bring many opportunities to share Christ.
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