Victorious Life FWC presents stage play: “Faith Don’t Fail Me Now”

On Sunday, April 28, at 5 p.m., the stage at 8896 Richmond Dr. will transform into a captivating arena of drama and faith as Victorious Life Family Worship Center presents a stage play titled “Faith Don’t Fail Me Now.”

Under the leadership of Apostle Renita Graber, Victorious Life FWC continues its mission to conquer the mountain of arts and entertainment. This event marks another milestone in their commitment to reach beyond the confines of traditional church walls and engage the community in meaningful ways.

Min. Trenika Batiste and the VLIFE Drama Ministry have spared no effort in preparing for what
promises to be an unforgettable production. Their dedication and talent ensure an evening filled
with inspiration and entertainment.However, this play is not just entertainment; it’s an expression of faith and a testament to the power of God.

“At Victorious Life FWC, we understand the importance of influencing every sphere of society,” declared Apostle Renita Graber. “To truly advance the Kingdom of God, we must conquer the
seven mountains of influence, including Arts and Entertainment.”

Indeed, seeds planted in the beginning with Fusion Youth Outreach are now blossoming into
impactful endeavors.

“When we started, creativity and the arts were integral to Fusion nights as we nurtured the talents of our youth,” shared Apostle Renita. God continues to send and unite like-minded individuals (those who are seasoned and those just starting out) at VLFWC- to ensure HIS agenda is carried out and that the Church of the Living God rises so HIS glory can be seen in this earth.

Tickets are available on the church’s website at victoriouslifefwc.com.

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