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Friday, 19 October 2018 16:13

November 2018 - Building Projects

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Victory Churches International firmly believes in establishing long lasting ministries all over the world that will last for generations to come. Part of this vision includes buying land and building structures to help grow and facilitate the ministry.

The Victory Children’s Home in Myanmar recently had to add another structure to our property to house a boy’s dormitory and a dining room for all the children. As well as housing the Children, this facility also is home to the Victory Churches of Myanmar headquarters and a growing church. They have also started a farming initiative so that they can grow produce to eat and work their way towards becoming self-sufficient.

In Ensenada, Mexico, we helped to install a water tank for the near by Socorro Children’s home that will provide the children and the workers with fresh drinking water. Thank you to the Chiliwack Victory Church for sending a team down to help make this possible.

We have purchased 5 plots of land in Uganda to build churches on and have constructed one beautiful church that they are able to use as a template and to inspire the other pastors as to what they can accomplish!

We partnered with one of our churches in Pakistan to complete the building of a church. The congregation raised the money to buy the land and put up the walls and VCI Missions provided the funds to put the roof on the church. The church is now growing so quickly, that they have had to purchase more land to expand the building to accommodate the growing congregation.

Thank you to all our Victory Churches for your continual giving! It is because of your tithes and offerings that VCI Missions can continue to reach the unreached and see the kingdom of God grow and expand.

For more information on these projects or any other projects that VCI Missions is involved in, you can contact our office at:

Ph: 403-286-837 or by emailing
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