Victory Church

What is the Victory Adventure?

The Victory Adventure is a four-week course designed to connect you to Victory Church’s vision, resources, and opportunities.
We encourage you to commit to the completion of the series, and then to look forward to active engagement in God’s Plan unfolding here at Victory.

1st Class...ENGAGE 101
This class is the first step, as you will learn about our purpose, priorities, ministries, and Statement of Faith. The past, present and future vision of Victory Church will be shared.
We will introduce you to our Leadership Team and present important information as to how Victory flows and functions as a life-giving, spirit-empowered church.
ENGAGE 101 is Victory’s official membership class.
2nd Class...ESTABLISH 201
ESTABLISH 201 is designed to encourage and equip you for spiritual growth and transformation through the power of the Holy Spirit. Every believer is called to discipleship, and to answer the Great Commission.
The information we share here is foundational to growth in Christ. God is calling us and intends for us to share this journey of faith with others. At Victory we strive to provide a safe place for believers to grow in every aspect of their Spiritual walk. The operation of God’s giftings is one of those areas. 
3rd Class...EQUIP 301
In EQUIP 301, we want to help you to identify and to understand these Gifts, and to equip you to utilize your God-given Gifts in fellowship with the Body of Christ.
Once you discover your gifts, we encourage you to join the Dream Team.
4th Class...EXPAND 401
After you’ve caught the vision, received encouragement for spiritual growth, and discovered your spiritual gifts, what’s the next step?
The 4th class of the Victory Adventure is all about connecting you to opportunities to serve in the Dream Team, reach the lost, and find community in Small Groups.

“…to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the Body of Christ may be built up until
we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature,
attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ…”