First Capital Campaign Beginning

First Capital Campaign Beginning

First Capital Campaign Beginning

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Recently the Lord made it possible for us to put a contract on 17.5 acres just outside of Bristow. It’s in the shape of a rectangle with the longer side facing Vint Hill Road, at the corner of Vint Hill and Kettle Run. It is surrounded by thousands of new homes. 6,000 cars pass by this lot everyday, and many, many more will pass by this lot when the new Patriot High School opens. The land sits right in front of the new Patriot High School, that will be home to more than 3,000 students this September.

There are barns on this land. There’s an 1800 square foot home that will be ideal for offices, meetings, youth group, band rehearsals, and staff meetings.

Not only is the land located next to the new high school. It is a stones throw away from Marstellar Middle School, from Cedar Run Elementary School, and from the new T Clay Wood Elementary School. It looks like God is putting us at a major crossing point in our area.

God wants to bless Victory’s Crossing Church in an amazing way so that He will be glorified in the end. He wants to bless this church in such a way that others will say, “Those guys did what? They didn’t do that. They’re not that good. I’ve met that pastor. God must have done that!”

The price? Just $400,000. Amazing! The price of a modest home in our area. I want to invite you to be a part of our upcoming campaign starting Sunday, February 27th. It’s called Possess the Land. Begin praying now about what you might do to make this dream a reality.

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