Children’s Church Policies
We believe that Victory Hawaii Children’s Church should be a place where the children want to be! The children must experience the extraordinary, extravagant love of God and they must have FUN! The time spent in children’s church should be relevant for their lives now and be a solid preparation for their futures. It must be a place where they feel safe, valued and can discover and celebrate who God has made them to be. Their gifts and talents must be encouraged and given opportunities for them to grow and to serve in the Kingdom of God.
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If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. (1 John 3:17-18)
People experiencing financial hardship or emergency may seek assistance from a special fund set aside for this purpose. Victory Hawaii’s Benevolence Fund provides financial assistance to individuals or families who are experiencing financial need due to a crisis or other hardship.
The purpose of the Benevolence Fund is to meet people’s basic needs. Examples of the basic needs include rent, utilities, food, medical treatment, and clothing. Needs that do not qualify for Benevolence Funds assistance include school expenses, legal fees, paying off credit cards, business investments, and fines resulting from late payments.
Assistance from the Benevolence Fund is intended to be a one-time gift; under no circumstance is a gift from the Benevolence Fund to be considered a loan. Those requesting assistance must be willing to receive financial, family, or spiritual counseling. The Board Members of Victory Hawaii are responsible for administering the Benevolence Fund within IRS compliant guidelines.
Anyone requesting assistance should download and complete a Benevolence Request Application or ask one of the Pastors or a Board Member for an application. You will be asked to meet with the Pastor or a Board Member. Each application will be reviewed by the Board and prayerfully considered. Disbursement of funds will be made directly to the party to whom payment is due and not directly to the individual requesting assistance.