VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH


Sunday @ 10am, 11am, 6pm

Wednesday @ 7pm

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Weekly Service Times

Sunday School Hour @ 10:00 am

Sunday Morning Worship @ 11:00 am

Sunday Family Time @ 6:00 pm

Wednesday Prayer Meeting @ 7:00pm

Contact Information

1280 Sierra Vista Street

Atwater, CA 95301

(209) 358-4989

pastor@vbcatwater.com

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Helps to keep in mind as you plan your first visit to Victory Baptist


~ Know how to get to our church! A map of our location is located at the bottom of the page, which will help you have directions in no time at all. ~


~ Feel free to ask questions! If you call ahead of time and let us know that you will be visiting, then we can answer any questions that you might have about our church or its ministries. ~


~ Try to come early! If you arrive 15 minutes before the service, then there will be plenty of time for you to get situated and familiarize yourself with our church building and our church family. ~


~ Tell us how we can be of assistance! If there is anything that we can do to make your visit more pleasant, do not be afraid to tell one of our greeters, ushers or church members ~

Grow Spiritually

Precepts and Principles

"Another Man's Wealth"

In 1 Corinthians 10:24, Paul wrote the following words to the believers in the church at Corinth: "Let no man seek his own, but every man another's wealth." At first glance, many people probably see this verse as a difficult one to understand. If a person were to read this verse alone, it may sound like the Apostle Paul was instructing believers to be envious of other's or to covet the wealth of others. This would not make sense because God instructed the children of Israel in the Ten Commandments not to covet their neighbor's possessions. {Exodus 20:17} When the verses preceding 1 Corinthians 10:24 and the verses following it are read, it becomes clear what the apostle was trying to teach the church at Corinth. When referring to the wealth of another man, Paul was talking about the spiritual wealth (or well-being) of another. In other words, he wanted to encourage the Corinthians to think about the spiritual state of others when going through their daily routine. He wanted them edify (or build-up) the people around them. This is a challenge that each and every Christian in the 21st century ought to take to heart. Are we seeking the spiritual well-being of those around us? Are we trying to edify the people around us? When I was growing up, my teachers at school as well as at church shared the following thought with me: "You can either be part of the problem, or you can be part of the solution." Which one are we today?

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Jesus Prayed for You!


In John 17, Jesus is preparing to be betrayed, judged and crucified. As part of His preparation, He prays for the future of His disciples. In verse twenty, however, we read that Jesus prays the following: "Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word..." Jesus prayed for those who would believe on Him through the word of the disciples. Everyone who knows Jesus Christ as their Saviour today is either a product of the life of Christ Himself or a product of the lives of the disciples. Ultimately, when Jesus was praying for those who would believe on Him through the word of the disciples, He was praying for you and for me! Humbling, isn't it? I hope that as you go through your schedule today you will remember that Jesus prayed for you.

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What Members are Saying


"Victory Baptist Church has been such a blessing to our family, we have been attending the church for about 5 years. The congregation is very friendly and welcoming. We love our Church Family."


Hulsey Family


Welcome from Our Pastor

Thanks for visiting our website! Victory Baptist is a dynamic church, where you will be challenged from the Word of God, encouraged by fellow believers and stirred to serve others. Whether you are just curious about church and God or are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, I invite you to join us here at Victory Baptist for one of our services.

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                                                                    ~ Pastor Miller

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