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South Pacific Ministry -Pattie Ah Kui

January 9th, 2022 No comments

Samoan Islands Ministry
Join Victory Christian Fellowship (VCF) in Palmyra, PA as we welcome Pattie Ah Kui this Sunday Jan. 9th 2022. For over 25 years, Pattie’s passion has been to share Christ with those living in the remote islands of the South Pacific. Stationed on the Samoan Islands, Uttermost Ministries reaches the unreached through a Ship, Bible school, & a powerful Church network. All Welcome. Free.
VCF 695 E Ridge Rd Palmyra, PA 17078 717.838.2033 Livestreaming @, FB & Youtube- Victory Christian Fellowship Palmyra, PA.

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Palmyra Welcomes Missionary Andrew Taylor

September 5th, 2021 No comments

Victory Christian Fellowship welcomes Andrew Taylor on Sunday, Sept. 5th @ 10 am. Andrew comes to us from the APT (AustralAsia-Pacific) Foundation, a Teaching and Missions Organization. APT feeds and educates poverty stricken children, establishes schools, and pioneers Bible Colleges. Bible Colleges have been established in Fiji, Northern India and Indonesia. All welcome. Free will offering. Held at 695 E. Ridge Rd. Palmyra, PA 17078 717.838.2033. Livestreaming at

Q and A-What is the value of Missionary reports?

January 27th, 2016 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Q and A Segment explores the question, “What is the value of hearing reports from missionaries serving in other parts of the world?”

Something similar to this scenario happened in the early church when Paul and Barnabas traveled to different places to share the good news of Jesus.

Eventually, they returned to the church that commissioned them for service. Acts 14:26 says, “they sailed back to Antioch where they had been committed to the grace of God for the work they had now completed. On arriving there, they gathered the church together and reported all that God had done through them and how he had opened the door of faith to the Gentiles.”

When missionaries share with us how God has worked through their service, it gives us a bigger picture of how God is at work in other parts of the world. If we are supporting their work, it will encourage us to see how our investment is advancing God’s Kingdom. Their visit will give us an opportunity to bless and encourage them. As they share specifics of their missionary journey, we will gain better understanding of how to pray for them. And sometimes, reports from missionaries spur more missionary activity. These are some ways that reports from missionaries can build up believers and advance God’s Kingdom in the Year of Exploration.

John Shirk