"There are people out there who do care and do want to help. There is hope." Taby W.
"It’s an atmosphere of acceptance and love and fun and encouragement." Amy M.
“I loved finding fellowship and building community” Kristina C.
Beauty in the Unique- Saje’s Story
Posted on: August 12, 2019 By: Morgan Weaver
Confusion, fear, heartbreak… these are just some of the emotions Sandra felt watching her young daughter Saje lying on the hospital bed. Sandra recalls seeing Saje’s legs quiver from the testing and manipulation, feeling unsure of what the future would hold. The doctor quickly diagnosed Saje with cerebral palsy, and an uphill battle began, complete with doctor visits and therapy appointments.full story
Flooded with Blessings- 2019 First Summer Session
Posted on: July 17, 2019 By: Christy Ragle
There were many expectations for Victory Lane’s first camp session this year… new relationships forming, fun activities, trust building, and a sense of belonging for both parents and children. What wasn’t expected was low temperatures and an intense flood to round out the week. Even though these were not the conditions Victory Lane was expecting, everyone involved still made the most of the camp session and the result was a series of unexpected blessings.full story
Connection without Distraction: Women’s Refresh Weekend
Posted on: June 11, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
Melissa Youngquist and Amy Muegge spend most of their time focused on their families and their jobs. There’s little time for refreshment and connection with other women. Caught in the day-to-day activities and needs of others, they might lose sight of their own need for renewal and connection.full story
Mixing Generations Leads To Rich Experience
Posted on: May 22, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
As eight females of varying ages and life stages began to move into their cabin at Bradford Woods last summer, there was undoubtedly some apprehension about how this would work. What would they have in common? Who would be in the neighboring bunk? Could the variety of ages and personalities cause stress during the Victory Lane summer session?full story
Songs of Celebration: Mike Brown’s Campfire Songs
Posted on: April 19, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
When Dawn Paulk attended a new church with her son Trevor, diagnosed with autism, she didn’t expect rejection. But the other church attendees were uncomfortable with Trevor’s free style of worship and asked them to leave. The experience caused Dawn to feel very hurt and frustrated.full story
‘Untypical Teenager’: How Kenley Developed Life-Altering Friendships
Posted on: March 14, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
On the surface, Kenley Brown seems like a typical teenager. She’s active in church and school activities, and her younger siblings test her patience occasionally. But Kenley has experienced meaningful connections through Victory Lane that make her an “untypical” teenager.full story