Mission Statement

Mission Statement
A CHURCH FOR ALL PEOPLE
 

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about The New Victory Temple Church
and our community. The New Victory Temple Church was established in Daingerfield, TX
in 1983. We hope that after you look through our website and attend our worship service,
you will consider becoming a part of our growing community of faith.
  

Lead by Elder L. C. Webster, The New Victory Temple Church offers many
ministries for people of all ages and walks of life who are looking to strengthen
their relationship with Christ. We offer the Ladies' Ministry, Sunday School, 
Youth Team Ministry, CD and Sound Team Ministry, Witnessing Ministry and
Mission Work.

 

Mission Statement

The New Victory Temple Church's  Mission is to execute the will of God by obeying the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ.  (Mark 16:15 KJV)  States, “……….Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Our mission is to reach out to hurting people of all ages, races, and religions. We are committed to expanding the love of our Saviour within the body of our local assembly and throughout the community, city, state, and the entire world. Our mission is to exhibit true Christian conduct, preach, and teach God’s Divine word.

A Community of Faith

Our church is not just about weekly service on a Sunday morning or an occasional Bible study. We are a community of faith sharing our lives together throughout the week as well. Our community offers weekly meetings, support groups and missions.  However, these are just the outward signs of life in this "Body of Christ."

Our common faith in our Lord Jesus portrays the way we "do life together" and is the undercurrent of all our social interactions. We share our joys, successes and good times. We also share our hurts, disappointments and failures. Our Christian walk of faith encourages us to trust in God regardless the circumstance. As the Apostle Paul wrote, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." (Philippians 4:13)

We Are Followers

Ultimately, Christians are merely followers of Jesus. We aspire to His teachings, we are taught by the Bible, and are daily surrendering our lives to the guidance of the Holy Ghost. This is what is meant by the proclamation, "Jesus is Lord," that has become a cliché in today's lexicon. In the simplest terms, it means we allow God, in the person of Jesus, to take the driver's seat, and we go along for the ride!

Popular culture is in direct conflict with this approach to life, so we find that we need a support group of fellow believers to help us on this journey. This is what our church community is all about. We have people in many different stages of this journey. Whether you're a seeker and not sure what you believe yet, a new believer struggling with your new identity in Christ or a veteran Christian, you'll find others here who you can connect with right where you are.

We look forward to taking the journey with you!