Leading Your Family Through Coronavirus


Join homes across Louisville and beyond as we capture this moment to live out our faith in response to Coronavirus.

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Student Resources

Check out these resources and ideas of things to do with your student during this time. 

1.) Family Worship Time: Get outside and take a bluetooth speaker and play worship music for an hour. Make a rule for no tv or phones but just enjoy the creation and worship music.

2.) Check out Right Now Media. Tons of cool videos, bible studies, and Christian movies for free during this pandemic. Go to rightnowmedia.com to get free access to a limited library of content.

Articles to read:

    • Helping Students work through anxiety https://fulleryouthinstitute.org/articles/anxiety
    • 5 questions parents can ask their kid about Coronavirus. https://www.empoweredhomes.org/resource/coronavirus/
    • Twelve Tips for Parenting in the Digital Age
    • Focus on the Family: Navigating Screen Time During the Coronavirus Outbreak Podcast

      Wednesday Student Worship


      Every Wednesday at 6:30pm, our Student Pastor, Ryan Waggoner and our Middle Middle School Minister, Braydon Boucher lead a short message for our students online.  Click below to view those videos.

      Also, our student small groups are connecting each week on Zoom.  If interested in connecting to a Zoom Group, please email Ryan Waggoner at ryanwaggoner@vvchurch.org.

      Kids Resources

      Our passion is to encourage and equip you to live out your faith at home. During this time we face some unique challenges and we are here to walk with you and help you navigate this season. Below are some great age appropriate resources we believe with help lead your family through this time. Continue to check the website for available resources.

      Plan to do a neighborhood Bible scavenger hunt!


      We know you’re looking for ways to have fun with your kids, be active, and have faith-filled conversations during this social distancing time.

      Use these guides to go on a scavenger hunt with your kids while you take a walk in your neighborhood.  Print out this guide for you and any neighbors that want to join in.

      Younger Kids Guide
      Older Kids Guide