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.
Have you ever considered what it would be like to join a team in learning what it means to live and share the Gospel in other places around the world? See how you can serve globally through Vista Missions!
A team from our Vista College ministry just finished their very first mission trip ever, taking place in New York City. Liv Robinson, a senior at UMHB, writes about the experience and how God used the team to make impacts across the city.
Jesus calls us to break bread with people outside of our normal circles, many times those people are vastly different than we are. Jonah Fox reflects how having a non-traditional Thanksgiving reminded him what the Kingdom of God represents.
Every year, people in our community do not have the supplies to stay warm in the winter. But Vista wants to help change that. Jonah Fox writes how we, as a church, can help love our community through coats and serving.
Our high school students went to Queens, New York City, to serve the residents there and partner with Journey Church Queens. It had an incredible impact on the people there and on our students here. Alec Ramba writes about his experience on the trip!
In June, middle school students traveled up to Arlington for a mission trip, partnering with Mission Arlington. They served in incredible ways, from loving on kids at a VBS to heavy lifting in a warehouse. Chris Lackey shares how the experience impacted both the city and the students themselves.