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Victory Chapel Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00

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 Chapel (1st Floor), 1715 N. Boonville Ave.
 Weekdays, 6-8pm & Weekends, 5-7pm
 417.831.6387

 

Victory Chapel feeds both the soul and body. It is a non-denominational, evangelical service sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through nightly worship, preaching, teaching, ministry and prayer. Services are led by volunteers from different churches or Christian ministries.

Following the service is a hot meal and warm fellowship in Cook's Kettle Restaurant. 

 

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Warehouse/Donation Center Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 00:00

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700 W. Chase St.
 Weekdays, 7:30am-3:30pm
 417.864.2246
 

The Warehouse/Donation Center is the main hub that processes all types of physical donations. Items that can be used are distributed to our various facilities, as well as other non-profit organizations in the community. 

Items that cannot be used are repurposed and the revenue goes back into our ministry. Among the items we recycle include clothing, shoes, metals and cardboard. Our repurposing program keeps between 1 to 2 million pounds out of the landfills each year.

We appreciate any donation of excess and no-longer-needed items. We'll be glad to accept your donations during business hours. To schedule a pickup of bulky items or large quantities, please call 417.864.2246.


 
Victory Trade School Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 December 2013 00:00

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1715 N. Boonville Ave. (3rd Floor)
Weekdays, 8am-5pm
417.864.2222
 


Victory Trade School (VTS) provides opportunities for men and women to learn in a Christian environment, and gain the skills necessary to make a living and become productive members of society. The vision of VTS is to see transformed lives - impacting the community by education through social enterprise.

VTS is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA/CASI). We offer the following programs:

- GED: Prepares students without a high school diploma to attain their GED diploma.
- New Life: A one-year Christian discipleship program for women with or without children that includes faith-based classes, life-skills courses and job training. They live at Victory House.
- PREP: A one-year discipleship program for men that includes faith-based classes, life-skills courses and job training.
- Culinary Arts: A one-year professional training in culinary arts to prepare students for careers in the food service sector. Students learn from Certified Executive Chefs and experience hands-on training in our very own:

Cook's Kettle Restaurant - An award-winning neighborhood restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays.

For more information about the Victory Trade School, visit www.victorytradeschool.edu, call 417.864.2222 or send an This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Framing Hope Print E-mail
Monday, 26 August 2013 00:00

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Framing Hope is a program that provides remodeling, construction and household maintenance items free to households in 11 Springfield communities. Home Depot stores in Springfield and Branson donate a variety of items from their inventory of returned, overstocked and discontinued merchandise and Victory Mission distributes them through local neighborhood associations identified as "in need".

To qualify, each household must be a member of their neighborhood associations. They're then invited to distribution day at the Mission's Warehouse, where they can pick up stuff like lighting, tiles, carpets, doors, shower stalls and more.

The participating neighborhood associations are:
- Heart of the Westside
- Westside Betterment
- West Central
- Midtown
- Woodland Heights
- Bissett
- Grant Beach
- Tom Watkins
- Doling
- Robberson
- Weller

For more information about Framing Hope, please contact the neighborhood association where you live.

 
12/12 Program Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 August 2011 08:24

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About the Program

It is a faith-based 12-step program based on Galatians 5:1: “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm then, and do not let yourselves be burden again by the yoke of slavery.”

12/12 is not a treatment program, but an alternative solution for those who are willing to choose a better way of life based on Christian values.

- Steps 1, 2 & 3: Make peace with God
- Steps 4, 5, 6 & 7: Make peace with ourselves
- Steps 8 & 9: Make peace with others
- Steps 10 & 11: Maintain peace with God, ourselves and others
- Step 12: Share peace with others who are searching

Who the Program is For

It is for men who are seeking to overcome substance dependence or abuse in a structured, therapeutic environment that offers life skills, stability, spirituality and recovery.

Program Structure

The 12-week program starts off with a Scripture-based orientation, followed by exploration of the 12 steps toward recovery and freedom through Christ. Throughout the program, students are encouraged to attend church and Bible studies. They are also offered several life skills classes, such as anger management, communications, conflict resolution and personal finance.

Program Benefits

Knowing how and why you do the things you do under the influence of drugs and alcohol is very important, and provides a solution for true recovery. An addict or alcoholic cannot fully experience God and submit to His will unless he has truly surrendered. 12/12 will help you break free from the bondages that have plagued your life and achieve victory so you can become a productive member of society.

Application Process

1) Download and print the Admission Application Form
2) Complete and submit it to:

12/12 Program Director
Victory Square
1610 N. Broadway, Springfield,  MO 65803
F: 417-831-9980

*You may also request for a form by calling 417-831-6387 

 


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