At Vista, we emphasize the importance of community with the church – from our Discipleship Pathway to including “community” in our name. But why is it so important? Karl Baker looks into how God has wired us to be with one another.
Throughout our She Speaks sermon series, we have highlighted the stories of various women in the Bible. Sydney Stolz breaks down the story of Lydia and shows us how we can be better allies to others, especially those in the margins of society.
During our She Speaks series, we are highlighting important women in the Bible who faithfully followed God’s call in their lives. Steph Shaft writes about the life and calling of Deborah, specifically how she led the people of Israel in strength and faith.
Why do we do a school supplies drive every year? Because walking in the first day prepared makes all the difference in the world, writes Katie Schindler, a local teacher and long-time Vista member. See how you can set kids up for success this school year!
In June, a group of high school students from Vista Students traveled to the Dominican Republic to serve alongside GoMad Missions. Abigail Morgan shares her experience from the trip and what she learned.
Vista Community Church has come a long way from its humble beginnings in a living room. With new building additions coming this year, take a look back and read how Vista grew into the church we know today!
Does rest really matter? Longtime volunteer, Jennifer Holley, explains how a taking a Sabbath month revivified her passion for serving with Vista Kids, and how serving as a Summer Sub is vital to the ministry.
We are only about two and a half months away from officially having more room to love more people in the new spaces! In this Next Phase Update, Jon Stroker explains how the transition into the new spaces will look after Easter.
Baby Dedication is one of our favorite events here at Vista. It is such a blessing to partner with parents in this phase of life, especially as they commit to growing their child in the Lord. Shannon Jacobsen tells her story as a first-time parent experiencing Baby Dedication!
Many times at a young church, it is easy to be fixated on the busyness and activity that comes with ministry. But often we don’t remember to sit and be present with “those who can no longer keep up.” Austin Fischer tackles why working with the elderly is important to our faith.