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ABOUT US

MEET OUR LEADERS

Viktor Prokhor

Senior Pastor

plifecc@yahoo.com

Nikolay Prokhor

Associate Pastor

Vyacheslav Arkhipchuk

Associate Pastor

Slavik.va@gmail.com

Alex Borishkevich

Associate Pastor

aborik80@yahoo.com

Alex Strelchik

Church Evangelist

Andrey Arkipchuk

Youth Leader

Vision of Life Christian Church

Service to God:

We are created in order to glorify God. In the epistle to the Ephesians, especially in the first chapter, an expression is often used, referring to the purpose of people in God's universe. We must "serve the praise of His glory."
One of the services to our Lord is the exaltation of His Name. Glorification can be accomplished by any means. In fact, all life can be a hymn to the Lord. Actions related to our earthly life can become a tool for glorification and praise to God. All life should be an expression of gratitude and praise. The Lord created the Church, the one body of believers, as a special tool for glorification.

Growth:


To create a body of saints, dedicated believers, and to educate them so that they are transformed into the image of Christ. Education is the process of teaching new believers so that they grow spiritually into mature believers. The Lord miraculously makes sure that newborn Christian believers grow in grace.
The church will fulfill the mission if it helps its members grow spiritually so that the various gifts of the Holy Spirit are accompanied by the manifestation of the fruits of the Holy Spirit.
The church is a chosen body, which is meant for holiness. All believers in Jesus Christ become part of the Church and share its mission. In the Church, "the Christian receives spiritual, heavenly, eternal blessings. The Church, is the place for a Christian."

Mission:


Evangelism is the acquisition of new believers.
As Jesus Christ came to seek and save the lost, so his body - the Church, participates in this most important matter. Shortly before His ascension, Jesus commanded His disciples to evangelize to the world, to acquire new followers among all nations, baptizing them and "teaching them to observe all things," which Jesus commanded. (Matthew 28: 19-20)
This work is still being carried out in our time today.