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Oct 01 2019

​CELEBRATING GOD’S PROVISION AT THE ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING We want to thank all of you who joined us for our annual Congregational Meeting on September 15, 2019. The meeting began with a time of corporate prayer followed by a celebration of God’s

Sep 25 2019
Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Assimilation

Benjamin Franklin said there were only two things certain in life:  death and taxes.  But I’d like to add a third certainty:  worry.  Just name it and we seem to worry about it.  The list is long and includes such areas as work, money, our health, a frien

Sep 20 2019
God of the Mountains: Behind the Song Posted By Silas Sproul, Director of Worship

Does God even love me? How could God love me? These questions can be quite different from each other. The former questions God’s love in light of circumstances, the latter questions whether we have the appeal or worth in ourselves to merit God’s love.

Sep 04 2019
News from the Elders: August Posted By RCC Staff

REJOICING IN THE MEN’S HOMEGROWN BREAKFAST CONFERENCE On August 17, 150 of our men attended the “Homegrown Breakfast Conference” to launch the Fall 2019 Men’s Ministry program.  After enjoying a delicious breakfast catered by Hodel’s, the morning was high

Aug 13 2019
He Walks With Us Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Assimilation

Do you realize that if you are a follower of Christ, our Lord walks with you?  He walks with you as you go through major challenges in your life as well as the mundane day-to-day efforts.  I recently experienced both.  I had a planned angiogram which was

Jul 19 2019
Made for Community Posted By Todd Farnsworth, Pastor of Men & Students

My first experience with the men’s ministry here at RCC was in the high school room on Friday mornings. Brent Van Elswyk would give a short message of encouragement and then we would break up into small groups.

Jul 11 2019
A Life Well Lived for Christ Posted By Steve Downs, Executive Pastor

My favorite movie of all time is “Chariots of Fire.”  It won the Academy Award for best picture in 1981.  The movie is based on the true story of two athletes as they prepare for the 1924 Olympic Games.  One of these athletes is a man by the name of

Jul 02 2019
News from the Elders: June Posted By RCC Staff

Our sermon series entitled, “Questions People Are Asking” ended on a high note with a live Question & Answer Forum on June 5 in the Community Center.  The evening began with a time of worship before moving into the live forum.  Three of our Pastors, Matt

Jun 28 2019
Suit Up! Posted By Nik Crown, Director of High School

Can we be real for a minute? Is it just me or does life feel like a battle? Whether fighting to stay stable at home, in the checking account, physically, or just fighting for a day off, it feels like everyone is always fighting for something.

Jun 14 2019
Taking the Scenic Route Posted By Steve Downs, Executive Pastor

How many of us like to take the straightest, fastest and most efficient route to get to our destination?  How many of us plug an address into our phones and listen to a lady with an English accent tell us the most efficient and direct way to get somewhere