RCC Blogs

Apr 12
Real Talk From Jesus Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Senior Adults

I don’t know about you, but I would have a hard time if someone came up to me and said, “You make me sick to my stomach” or this gem: “I’ve watched you for a while and what I see from you makes me want to puke.” Pretty harsh, isn’t it? Yet, this is what J

Feb 25
Blessed are the Peacemakers Posted By Melissa Brogdon, Director of Women

Allow me to paint you a picture. It’s Thanksgiving dinner and you have been running around all day cooking, cleaning, and creating the perfect environment for your soon-arriving guests. You have cousins flying in at 2:00pm, your son and his new live-in gi

Feb 17
What’s in a Name? Posted By Tim Hardy, Pastor of Shepherding and Leadership Development

It was Shakespeare that wrote in Romeo and Juliet, “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” His point was that names were irrelevant. However, I would argue that names are very relevant. Our own names are our very identity,

Jan 27
Living in Truth Posted By Melissa Brogdon, Director of Women

Truth, in this day and age, is very hard to find. Nowadays anyone can get on social media, make a post, and if they are witty and well-worded, what they write is often taken as factual. Basically, we no longer listen to those with degrees and scholars

Jan 13
You Can’t Fill Those Shoes Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Senior Adults

Well, it is now 2022.  Typically, every new year is a time for resolutions, which are almost always well-meaning but usually short-lived.  Instead of talking about new year’s resolutions, my encouragement is that all of us focus on how we are wonderfully

Nov 10
Work is Worship Posted By Steve Downs, Executive Pastor

How many of you are excited and passionate about your work?  When I use the term work, I am referring to all of your work – your job, housework, yardwork, schoolwork, cleaning the dishes, preparing meals, parenting, etc.  In all these areas, there is work

Nov 04
On Things Above Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Senior Adults

Have you looked around recently?  It appears to me everything is upside down and the world as I knew for so many years is no more.  Conversations with others often revolve around the disarray of the world, and I use phrases like “I can’t believe this” or

Sep 23

We want to thank all of you who joined us for our annual Congregational Meeting on September 19.  The meeting was highlighted by a celebration of God’s provision this past year and a presentation of the vision and corresponding budget plan FY 2021-22.  By

Sep 23
Law For Our Good Posted By Matt Vorhees, Senior Pastor

“Now we know that the law is good, if one uses it lawfully, understanding this, that the law is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for those who strike their fathers

Sep 16
Can We Handle the Truth? Posted By Angelo Frazier, Pastor of Outreach & Care

The loss of a loved one, the reality of the pandemic, masks, and vaccines. The rejection of a friend, betrayal of a coworker, the diagnosis of a terminal illness. Can we handle the truth about our relationships, ministries, or businesses?