Believers to Disciples
After deciding to have faith in Jesus, it’s important for your spiritual development that you move from just believing in Jesus to becoming His fully committed disciple. We’ve created a discipleship path that will help you do this. Jesus’ ministry began with baptism, and so we begin there. Afterwards, the path takes you through classes and resources that will transform your life. We encourage you to get started today!
Water baptism is a public demonstration and declaration of an individual’s faith in Jesus and his or her desire to follow Him. Baptism is the NEXT STEP in your walk with Jesus. For a better understanding about water baptism and to sign up, click the link below. We will resume normal baptism opportunities in the coming months as COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are lifted.
No matter who we are or where we are, we all need to move forward. Our Forward class will help you discover how God sees you, and will encourage you to reach the next level in your life and relationship with Him. Classes take place once a quarter at 9am at our Norcross and Hamilton Mill locations. Or you can participate online at your own pace!
10 QUALITIES RESOURCES
Moving people from a believer in Jesus to a disciple of Jesus is at the heart of everything we do at Victory. You can purchase the book, 10: Qualities That Move You From a Believer to a Disciple, by our Senior Pastor, Dennis Rouse, at Victory’s bookstore or at Amazon.com. There is also a life-changing sermon series we highly recommend you watch.
Membership is the starting point to understanding the values and vision of our church. We’ll share our story with you—why we do what we do and where we are going. We will resume normal membership classes in the coming months as COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are lifted.
We are following the example of Jesus when we serve. There are many opportunities to serve and use your God-given gifts and talents at Victory. Find opportunities and sign up at the link below. We will resume normal serving opportunities in the coming months as COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are lifted.