House Group Signups
VIPM Connections is an interactive way to build our faith with other believers in our communities. Like the first century church in Acts Chapter 2, we at VIPM believe that something special happens when we go house to house sharing the love of Jesus. Connection groups consist of 3-12 people meeting weekly to discuss scripture, life, and how God has designed us to live out our purpose for Him. Groups are relaxed, joyful, and inspirational. Come join a group or host a group and get connected.
Recovery & Counseling
"We Meet You Right Where You Are"
Fruit stand is a spiritual 12 step recovery workshop where we meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at Victory In Praise Modesto 720 G Street. Our recovery workshop is based on biblical teachings that are outlined and detailed in the working guide:
“The Twelve Steps A Spiritual Journey”
"Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and He will repay him for his deed."
As Disciples of Jesus Christ we have been given the charge to spread the good news. As Christians we are taught to give "Agape" love, which is selfless, sacrificial, and unconditional.
At Victory in Praise Modesto we are a non-profit organization that has incorporated these actions into developing and implementing empowering programs that improve the quality of life for individuals and families in our community that are experiencing difficulties in their lives.
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In 2003 Bishop Tylos Jackson, Jr. started Victory in Praise Church in Modesto. Where he teaches unadultrated biblical principles. "We don’t look and judge people from the outside this is not of God for He has no respect of person. Some people have challenges with speech. Some people have challenges with what they wear. We at VIPM are here to just love people the way they are."
Bishop's greatest passion is "To unite under the leadership of Jesus Christ, to lock arms and love each other." Through our church " He also works to right and to bridge the ethnic and cultural divide. "When I leave I want my legacy to be that we don't see people as a black person, a white person, a black church, a white church. That's something I really have passion about."
Bishop Tylos Jackson, Jr. excerpts were taken from Modesto Bee news article "Quiet Youngster Found His Voice Behind the Pulpit" by Sue Nowicki September 6, 2008
"For there is no respect of persons with God." Romans 2:11-16
Bishop Tylos & Lady Pamela Jackson