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As well as Village Church's Sermons, you can listen to a wide variety of well known speakers who soundly preach and teach the Word of God.
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"I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. I will delight in your statutes; I will not forget your word." Psalm 119:15-16
5 Mar - Ps Rod Hole
12 Mar - Andy Utley
19 Feb - Ps Rod Hole
26 Feb - Ps Rod Hole
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Tuesday Evening- - 17 Brady Avenue, Clayton South - Contact Mark 0466 846 834
14 & 28 March
Sunday Evening - - 98 Stanley Road, Keysborough - Contact Jerome 0406 565 101
5 & 19 March
7 & 14 & 21 March - 6.30pm - 10 Lando place Springvale South.
7am to 8am and 9am to 10am -
25 March - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Everyone is welcome to come and join in a time of prayer for each other,
our Church and our Community - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Meets on the first Monday of each month at Sue Doherty's home, 23 St Mark Close, Dingley-
6 March - 7.45pm till 9.30 pm
Learning Life's Principles From The Women In The Bible
2 & 16 & 30 March - 7 Fiveways Blvd
'Grasping God's Word'
3 & 17 & 31 March - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Mens Group - Meets once a month on a Tuesday
6 till 9pm - 7 Fiveways Blvd
See Events for more details
Working with Monash Navigators
Andy and Kellie Utley with children Samantha, Joshua and Levi.
For Kellie juggling her times with current and graduate Monash Uni students, for time invested that they engage deeply in their faith and catch vision to share with fellow students and colleagues.
For Andy as he continues to invest in Ben and resumes catch- up with Josh. For wisdom as he supports Alex in his growth, his passion for God's Word and as he boldly shares his faith.
For new students Andy and Kellie will meet those hearts God has been preparing to receive the Gospel and be transformed. That God continues the work He started in "Ivy" last year so she will surrender her life to Jesus.
For God to bring students to team up with Andy and Kellie and establish spiritual generations of labourers at Monash Uni.
For sensitivity to discern the areas of Campus where God is currently working so they can join Him there and be available for Jesus to work through.
He is precious - 1Pet 2:7
As all the rivers run into the sea, so all delights centre in our Beloved. The glances of his eyes outshine the sun: the beauties of his face are fairer than the choicest flowers: no fragrance is like the breath of his mouth. Gems of the mine, and pearls from the sea, are worthless things when measured by his preciousness. Peter tells us that Jesus is precious, but he did not and could not tell us how precious, nor could any of us compute the value of God's unspeakable gift. Words cannot set forth the preciousness of the Lord Jesus to his people, nor fully tell how essential he is to their satisfaction and happiness.Believer, have you not found in the midst of plenty a sore famine if your Lord has been absent? The sun was shining, but Christ had hidden himself, and all the world was black to you; or it was night, and since the bright and morning star was gone, no other star could yield you so much as a ray of light. What a howling wilderness is this world without our Lord! If once he hideth himself from us, withered are the flowers of our garden; our pleasant fruits decay; the birds suspend their songs, and a tempest overturns our hopes. All earth's candles cannot make daylight if the Sun of Righteousness be eclipsed. He is the soul of our soul, the light of our light, the life of our life. Dear reader, what wouldst thou do in the world without him, when thou wakest up and lookest forward to the day's battle? What wouldst thou do at night, when thou comest home jaded and weary, if there were no door of fellowship between thee and Christ? Blessed be his name, he will not suffer us to try our lot without him, for Jesus never forsakes his own. Yet, let the thought of what life would be without him enhance his preciousness. "Morning And Evening" excerpt - Devotional - Charles Spurgeon.