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We are preparing people to meet Jesus. We were called to go out and preach the Gospel to the lost and broken. We have a heart for serving and bringing people to Jesus. We would love for you to join us in our mission.
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Effectively applying the truth of God's word to address the difficult issues of life. This service is open to everyone!
We are leading and equipping families to grow in Christ. We have classes for all ages from preschool to adults. Learn more and find what fits you best
FOR ALL AGES
Interested in digging deeper or getting connected in a small group? We have Sunday Bible Studies each week for ALL AGES. We meet at 9:30am.
MEN'S BREAKFAST - Our men enjoy great food, fellowship, and a message the 1st Saturday of each month. We are now studying The 5 Solas of Reformation Series. Visit our MEN'S MINISTRY page for more details! Bring a friend, bring your son, bring your son-in-law, bring a neighbor, but most importantly - bring yourself! (Ages 14 & up).
KOINONIA SHOW - "Do you not know? Have you not heard?" Isaiah 40:28 - Invite your friends! Invite your families! Invite your neigbors! Students from the Koinonia Singers present a story about a soul that has changed. As he has his spiritual eyes & ears opened by God, his friends witness this change and also get to hear the Gospel clearly, many of them for the 1st time! Please join us for this exciting show right here at Valley Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m. in our main worship center.
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THE VALLEY VIEW NEWSLETTER
"The Real Problem"
Sin is so deceptive. You may be inclined to think that something sinful must be the most vile thing you could imagine. True, sin can manifest in horrendous ways. Yet to really see the essence of sin we need to go back to the first expression of it in the garden of Eden.
The vile nature of sin is not always seen in the act but in the consequences that follow. Eating fruit from a tree looked pretty tame on the surface. It looked good. It tasted good. Yet, it resulted in a broken relationship with the God the Creator, expulsion from the garden, and a curse on the ground from which Adam and Eve must now eke out a living. It did not stop there. The world, to this day, suffers the consequences of the reality of sin.
Sin is choosing a way contrary to God’s clear instructions.