RCC Blogs

Apr 29
First Love Posted By Terri Downs, Director of Women's Ministries

He pursued her. She was alone in a faraway place with faraway people doing faraway things. When she first met him, she was a dirty, unkempt mess. She should have been embarrassed, but truth be told, she didn’t care about her ragged appearance…

Apr 27
April 19 Newcomer’s Lunch Posted By RCC Staff

RiverLakes pastors and elders welcomed 23 new faces into the fold on April 19 at the latest Newcomer’s Lunch.

Apr 22
Running the Race Posted By Nik Crown, Director of Junior High

​So, I did something dumb last week. I thought it would be a great idea to go running after work! Now that might not sound like a bad idea, but…

Apr 20
A Mission of Love and Support Posted By RCC Staff

​Mike and Sandy Ray have served the Lord and their fellow missionaries for more than three decades.  Now it’s time for others to serve them.

Apr 14
Virtual Distance Posted By Milt Cole, Associate Pastor of Pastoral Care & Senior Adults

What would happen if we put down our phones for a minute and had real, face-to-face interaction?

Apr 08
Insurmountable Opportunities Posted By Ken Alvis, Associate Pastor of Community Groups & Assimilation

Pogo was written by Walt Kelly who said in one of his strips:  “We are confronted with insurmountable opportunities.”  How true that is today!

Apr 02
Longing for Eden Posted By Mikey Warren, Director of High School

​We all long for Eden, and we are constantly glimpsing it: our whole nature at it’s best and least corrupted, it’s greatest and most humane, is still soaked with a sense of ‘exile’. - J.R.R. Tolkien

Mar 31
Hume Winter Camp 2015 Posted By RCC Staff

Winter was here and quickly gone, but for a number of RiverLakes youth, memories of that brief season will last a lifetime.

Mar 24
Fear the Lord Posted By Matt Vorhees, Associate Pastor of Student Ministries / Teaching Pastor

“Oh, fear the Lord, you his saints, for those who fear him have no lack. The young lions suffer want and hunger, but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing.” -Psalm 34:9-10

Mar 19
Their Beliefs Matter Posted By Maria Serapiglia, Director of Children's Ministries

We know that our children will be tomorrow’s adults.  We so desperately need our children to grow up having a relationship with Jesus and take our country back to its original Biblical foundation.  I believe the next generation can make a difference.